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Conchita Wurst, Ryan Dolan, Hozier, Sam Smith and Idina Menzel nominated for the Gay Music Chart Awards 2014

Gay Music Charts Awards 2014. Photo : YouTube

Gay Music Charts Awards 2014. Photo : YouTube

The nominations for Gay Music Chart Awards 2014 are out and they include Eurovision’s Conchita Wurst and Ryan Dolan along with some of the biggest names in the music industry.

The nominees for the Best Song 2014 

Hozier – “Take me to the Church”
Idina Menzel – “Let It Go”
Googoosh – “Behesht”
Ryan Dolan – “Start Again”
Conchita Wurst – “Rise Like A Phoenix”
Sam Smith – “Stay With Me”
Sia – “Chandelier”
Mary Lambert – “Secrets”
Tiziano Ferro – “Senza Scappare Mai Più”
蔡依林 Jolin Tsai – 不一樣又怎樣 We’re All Different, Yet The Same

The nominees were selected by different criterias like numbers of views and likes on YouTube, mediatization on LGBTQ medias, number of results on Google, qualities of songs and music videos, and impact in LGBTQ culture and history.

The nominees were selected by different criteria are numbers of views and likes on YouTube, mediatization on LGBTQ medias, number of results on Google, qualities of songs and music videos, and impact on LGBTQ culture and history.

Here is the nominations playlist.

You decide what was the best of 2014. As usual, you can vote for as many music videos as you want. First vote or unique vote will count for 5 points, second vote will count for 4 points, third vote will count for 3 points, fourth vote will count for 2 points, and others votes for 1 point. Leave your vote(s) in the comment section on the YouTube Video HERE

Who gets your votes?

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Gay Music Chart Awards

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