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Kendrick Lamar And Drake, Top Winners At The BET Hip Hop Awards

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With six awards, Kendrick Lamar was the top winner at the BET Hip Hop Awards. Despite competition from artists like Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion, the rapper was named artist of the year.

He also won awards for best live performance, best video, and best video director as well as an album of the year and best lyricist of the year.

Drake had a successful evening as well, taking home three of the 14 trophies that he was nominated for.

The presentation emphasizes recognizing black entertainment and is a spin-off of the main BET Awards.

With Cardi B, DJ Khaled, Drake, Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Megan Thee Stallion also up for the award, 50 Cent won hustler of the year.

Ye, the performer formerly known as Kanye West, was nominated ten times, but he didn’t win any prizes.

Tributes

Wu-Tang Clan, Lil’ Kim, Fat Joe, and Remy Ma were among the performers at the ceremony on Tuesday who paid respect to Loud Records.

The record company, which signed Wu-Tang Clan, is commemorating its 30th birthday.

During his act, Kodak Black, another performer, paid tribute to PnB Rock, who had passed away after being shot last month.

He yelled, “Long live PnB, guy.” “You got close to a genuine gangster. Raise your hands if you like PnB Rock. Let’s leave.”

The artist was assassinated inside a Los Angeles Waffle House while having dinner with his girlfriend. His real name was Rakim Hasheem Allen.

The winners in full

Best hip-hop video: Baby Keem & Kendrick Lamar for Family Ties

Best collaboration: Future ft. Drake & Terms for Wait for You

Best duo or group: EARTHGANG

Best Live Performer: Kendrick Lamar

Lyricist of the year: Kendrick Lamar

Video director of the year: Kendrick Lamar & Dave Free

Song of the year: Latto for Big Energy

Hip-hop album of the year: Kendrick Lamar for Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

Hip-hop artist of the year: Kendrick Lamar

Producer of the year: Hitmaka

Best breakthrough hip-hop artist: Glorilla

DJ of the year: DJ Drama

Best hip-hop platform: Caresha Please and Drink Champs (tied)

Hustler of the year: 50 Cent

Sweet 16 – Best Featured Verse: Drake for Churchill Downs (Jack Harlow ft. Drake) and Drake for Wait for You (Future ft. Drake & Tems)

Impact Track: Lizzo for About Damn Time

Best International Flow: Benjamin Epps (France)

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