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Pearl Jam's 'Jeremy' Named Best Video at MTV Awards

September 03, 1993

Pearl Jam's "Jeremy" was named the best video of the year in the 10th annual MTV Video Music Awards announced Thursday night. The Seattle group's harrowing depiction of a teen suicide also won in the group and metal/hard-rock categories.

The award for best male video went to Lenny Kravitz for "Are You Gonna Go My Way," while k.d. lang took the female video prize for "Constant Craving."

Other winners:

* Rap: Arrested Development's "People Everyday."

* Dance: En Vogue's "Free Your Mind."

* Alternative: Nirvana's "In Bloom (Version One--Dresses)."

* New artist: Stone Temple Pilots' "Plush."

* Video from a film: Alice in Chains' "Would?"

* R&B: "Free Your Mind."

* "Breakthrough" video: Los Lobos' "Kiko."

Full coverage of the awards will appear in Saturday's Calendar.

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