Every year BET holds its annual Hip-Hop Awards as they pay homage to those who have paved the way, and also those who are killing the game now, and those who are also up and coming.
This year’s show made a return to Atlanta, GA, and featured some special guest appearances from stars such as Lil Kim, Remy Ma, Glorilla, Kodak Black, Yo Gotti, and many others. All the way from the Bronx, NY Fat Joe served as the emcee for this year’s award show, which also honored the one and only Trina with the ‘I Am Hip-Hop Award.’
Check out a list of this year’s winners:
Glorilla was announced as the first winner of this year’s award show. She had a major year with her summer anthem “F.N.F. (Let’s Go),” and with the success of the record, she became the first female rapper signed to Yo Gotti’s record label CMG.
When it comes to the best Hip-Hop platform, there were two winners. Yung Miami’s show ‘Caresha Please,’ walked away as a winner. As well as N.O.R.E and DJ EFN’s ‘Drink Champs,’ podcast. Both shows are a part of Revolt’s platform.
When it comes to the DJs that have been putting it down on the ones-and-twos, DJ Drama walked away with the title of DJ of the Year.