Four music videos directed by Ryan Bazan dominate the Top 5 music video nominees for the 39th annual Tejano Music Awards announced on Nov. 2.
Music videos from Anjelique (“Amigos”), Joey Martinez (“Ay Que Chula”), Sarah Monique (“Esta Noche Te Olvido”), and Savannah Votion (“Loca Peligrosa”) were all directed by Bazan and announced as nominees for Video Of The Year.
The fifth nominee, “Perdoname” by La Calma, was directed by The Element.
The Video Of The Year category makes a return to the Tejano Music Awards after an absence of 18 years. “De Polon Pin Pon” by Flaco Jimenez was the last music video to win Music Video of the Year in 2000.
The Video of the Year will be announced at the 39th annual Tejano Music Awards at the Scottish Rite Auditorium in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday, Nov. 16. Tickets are available at TejanoMusicAwards.com.
Top 5 Nominees for Music Video of The Year
Anjelique – “Amigos” (Director: Ryan Bazan)
Joey Martinez Y Miradas – “Ay Que Chula (Ryn’s Song)” (Director: Ryan Bazan)
La Calma – “Perdoname” (Director: The Element)
Sarah Monique – “Esta Noche Te Olvido” (Director: Ryan Bazan)
Savannah Votion – “Loca Peligrosa” ft. Zavala (Director: Ryan Bazan)
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