The nominees for the 2017 Whiplash Awards will be announced on Wednesday, with nominees chosen based on their “life’s work” in performing and music.
In a statement, the Whiplashes said, “Whiplash is a major event of its kind, with thousands of performers performing each year, and the Whips recognize the talent and work of all of us who take pride in what we do.”
The Whips said they “recognize the incredible talents and talent of all our nominees” and are committed to honoring “the creative and artistic contributions of our award-winning performers.”
The Whips also said they are “extremely grateful to our award winners for their commitment to performing with integrity and integrity, in a safe environment.”
“It’s important to us that we honor our award nominees and our community, and we appreciate the support they have received throughout this process,” the Whipps said.
“We look forward to welcoming them to the Whipped Parade, which will take place in Los Angeles in September 2018.”
The nominees for this year’s Whiplashing Awards are:Taylor Swift for her 2017 song “Bad Blood,” with the song “Blank Space” and the video for “Bad Kids” from her album 1989.
Her song “The Life of Pablo” won for best pop song and best pop video.
Taylor Swift won the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017.
She also was nominated in 2018 for “Blankspace,” “Wolves,” and “Wrecking Ball.”
Jada Pinkett Smith for her song “We Are the World,” with “Shake It Off,” and for her video for the song, “Bad Girls.”
The 2017 Whips were made up of the artists, directors, writers, producers, and composers that work with them in their day to day lives.
The Whiplashed awards are created by the Whakers of Los Angeles and include a cash prize of $100,000.
The WhiplASHs are a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to honoring and celebrating all people who contribute to and make up the Los Angeles music community.
The Whippers have announced that the Whipper Parade will take off on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018.