Beyonce is leading the nominations for the 2016 MTV Video Music awards, with a career high of eleven for her popular visual album “Lemonade.” British singer Adele is not far behind, snagging eight nominations for her 2015 smash hit album “25.” Artists trailing the two include Drake, Ariana Grande and Rihanna. The nominees were shown through a Facebook Live broadcast yesterday, in which video of the year nominees were unveiled with a giant street mural in New York City. Fans are currently able to vote for Video of the Year, Best Male Video, Best Female Video and Best Long Form Video categories. The awards will air live from Madison Square Garden on Sunday, Aug. 28th at 9 p.m. ET.