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The 'Started from the Bottom' hitmaker is forced to scrap his scheduled performances in the U.K. due to illness.
The singer leads the pack with three nods including Best Female R&B/Pop Artist, Best Collaboration for her collaboration with Jay-Z 'Drunk in Love' and the FANdemonium award.
The Canadian rapper wins Best Hip Hop Artist while Skateboard P takes home the Video of the Year award for his 'Happy'.
The raptress, who has previously worked with Drake for some tracks, says that she and the Canadian MC are scheduled to hit the studio together later this week.
The Toronto rapper is also joined by Travis Scott, Tinashe and YG among others at the show which is held as part of Houston Appreciation Weekend.
Hedley wins three awards, including Video of the Year for their 'Anything', while Drake bags two for his 'Hold on, We're Going Home' and 'Worst Behavior' videos.
The co-headlining show, which will be brought to 31 cities across the U.S., is set to open on August 8 in Darien Center, New York, and close out in Texas on September 27.
The rapper was seen attending her band Lolawolf's performance in Toronto earlier this week.
Pharrell, Drake, Weezy, and Usher join Jennifer Hudson and Trey Songz as musical guests for the Chris Rock-hosted event.
In addition to her Young Money labelmates, Minaj brings out Young Thug, Lil Herb and Soulja Boy for the live performances of their collaborations.
The Canadian MC hints that his new album will arrive in spring 2015 in the new track that's co-produced by Boi-1da, Noah '40' Shebib and Ninteen85.
Weezy collaborates with Drizzy in the new song lifted off 'Tha Carter V' which may or may not be his last studio album.
Jay's verses about the 'soft' sport lacrosse also anger Major League Lacrosse, which later pens a statement saying that the rapper won't 'last one minute on a lacrosse field during a match.'
The show, which will air live on NBC on May 1, will also feature appearances from Lady GaGa, Katy Perry, Chris Martin, Lorde and Demi Lovato among others.
The Canadian rapper has been accused of illegally using some lyrics of 'Jimmy Smith Rap', a 1982 song recorded by late jazz musician Jimmy Smith.