[ Exclusive] 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards Recap + Green Carpet Interviews!

Updated: Oct 10, 2019

BET Networks has done it again!!!

Last night (Tuesday, Oct. 8th) BET aired its annual Hip-Hop Awards in Atlanta, Georgia at the Cobb Energy Center. From hot girl Megan Thee Stallion to icy girl Saweetie the star studded event awarded several individuals for their achievements throughout the year. Lil Kim was the honoree of the night and there was also a very special tribute to the Queen Bee.

The beautiful and iconic rap sensation Lil Kim was awarded the I Am Hip Hop Award by Rick Ross during the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards. She gave a stellar performance, rapping some of her most unforgettable songs and she even shared some of new music. O.T. Gensis, Musiq Soulchild and Junior M.A.F.I.A. joined her on staged as well.

Lil Kim album in more than 14 years will be out this Friday, October 11th. The new project will include her latest song “Pray for Me,” featuring Rick Ross and Musiq Soulchild that she dropped last week. It’ll also contain her latest tracks such as “Found You,” featuring O.T. Genasis and City Girls’ Yung Miami, and “Go Awff.”

Congratulations, Lil Kim!

There were tons of musical geniuses in one room during the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards. There will be ton of recaps so don’t worry if you missed the show last night. Or you can check it out Philo, a national streaming TV company providing you entertainment, lifestyle and knowledge content on several channels. To get started or for more information on Philo click HERE. had the pleasure of attending the green carpet for this spectacular event. You can view our interviews from the green carpet plus check out the full winners list below!

[Full Winners List]

• Best Hip-Hop Video: "Money," Cardi B

• Hot Ticket Performer: Megan Thee Stallion

• Album of the Year: "Astroworld," Travis Scott

• Video Director of the Year: Travis Scott

• Lyricist of the Year: J. Cole

• MVP of the Year: Nipsey Hussle

• Producer of the Year: DJ Khaled

• Best Collab, Duo or Group: "Old Town Road (Remix)," Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus

• Single of the Year: "Old Town Road (Remix)," Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, produced by YoungKio

• Best New Hip-Hop Artist: DaBaby

• Best Mixtape: "Fever," Megan Thee Stallion

• Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse: J. Cole on "A Lot," 21 Savage featuring J. Cole

• Impact Track: "Middle Child," J. Cole

• DJ of the Year: Mustard

• Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip-Hop Style): Cardi B

• Best Hip-Hop Online Site/App: Complex

• Hustler of the Year: Jay-Z

• Best International Flow: Sarkodie (Ghana)

[ Green Carpet Interviews]


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