YouTube inaugurated its Music Awards show last year but took a hiatus in 2014 after experiencing minimal viewership. Today, YouTube announced that the show will return in 2015 with a new priority: to make music “the headline act.” It seemed like an overwhelming feeling of discomfort was the headliner last year (Chris described the show as a “total faceplant”), so let’s hope for a new approach in 2015. Rolling Stone reports that YouTube will create a new Awards Channel in anticipation of the show that will feature new videos throughout December, but the channel doesn’t appear to be available quite yet. More information about the 2015 awards will be revealed in January. Check out our 10 Best Moments From The 2013 YouTube Music Awards.