Kendrick Lamar's HUMBLE. video directed by Dave Meyers and the little homies, has won six awards at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, including four professional category awards, Best Hip-Hop video, and the biggest honour of the night, Video of the Year.
Of HUMBLE.'s four professional category awards, directors Meyers and little homies (Lamar and label boss Dave Free) won Best Direction; Best Cinematography went to Scott Cunningham; Spencer Graves won Best Art Direction; and post house Timber and lead Jonah Hall won Best Visual Effects.
Best Choreography went to Kanye West's video for Fade, starring Teyana Taylor; and Ryan Staake & Eric Degliomini won Best Editing for their work on Young Thug's Wyclef Jean, directed by Staake.
Other winners (which were mostly voted on by fans) included Ed Sheeran, named Artist of the Year, and P!nk, winner of this year's Video Vanguard award. The ceremony, hosted by Katy Perry, also played host to the premiere of Taylor Swift's new video.
• MTV VMAs 2017 here