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The BET Hip Hop Awards are an annual awards show, airing on BET, showcasing hip hop performers, producers and music video directors. The awards ceremony began in 2006, was held on November 12, 2006 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, was first aired November 15 and was hosted by comedian Katt Williams.

The second ceremony was held on October 13, 2007 and aired on October 17 of the same year. Like its predecessor, the ceremony was also held at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, and was hosted by Katt Williams. The third ceremony premiered on October 23, 2008. This ceremony was not hosted by Katt Williams, but instead was hosted by popular R&B and hip hop artist T-Pain. The fourth ceremony was held on October 10, 2009 and was hosted by Mike Epps and aired on October 27. The fifth ceremony was held on October 2, 2010 (aired October 12) and was also by hosted Mike Epps. Epps would go on to host two additional years (2011 & 2012), while Snoop Dogg hosted in 2013, 2014, and 2015. The 2016 show was hosted by DJ Khaled. During the TDE cypher, artist Kendrick Lamar subliminally dissed rappers Papoose and Drake.

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CeremonyEdit

CategoryEdit

Awards RecordEdit

The Most Awarded Artists:

The most awarded Female Artists are Nicki Minaj with 8 awards and Cardi Bwith 9 awards.

2006Edit

2006 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateNovember 12, 2006
LocationFox Theatre
Hosted byKatt Williams
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2006 show was hosted by Katt Williams.

PerformancesEdit

WinnersEdit

2007Edit

2007 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 13, 2007
LocationAtlanta Civic Center
Hosted byKatt Williams
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2007 show was again hosted by Katt Williams

PerformancesEdit

WinnersEdit

2008Edit

2008 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 23, 2008
LocationAtlanta Civic Center
Hosted byT-Pain
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2008 show was hosted by T-Pain

PerformancesEdit

WinnersEdit

2009Edit

2009 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 10, 2009
LocationThe Atlanta Civic Center
Hosted byMike Epps
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2009 show was hosted by Mike Epps

PerformancesEdit

WinnersEdit

2010Edit

2010 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 12, 2010
LocationThe Atlanta Civic Center
Hosted byMike Epps
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2010 show was hosted by Mike Epps. DJ Khaled was the host DJ and DJ Premier DJed the cyphers. [1][2][3]

Performances[1]Edit

Winners[2]Edit

2011Edit

2011 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 11, 2011
LocationAtlanta Civic Center
Hosted byMike Epps
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2011 show were hosted by Mike Epps. DJ Premier DJed the cyphers. [4][5][6] The show featured the final television appearance by Heavy D, before his death a month later.

Performances[3]Edit

Winners[4]Edit

2012Edit

2012 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 9, 2012
LocationAtlanta Civic Center
Hosted byMike Epps
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2012 show was hosted by Mike Epps. DJ Premier and RZA DJed the cyphers.

PerformancesEdit

Winners[5]Edit

2013Edit

2013 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 15, 2013
LocationAtlanta Civic Center
Hosted bySnoop Dogg
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2013 show was hosted by Snoop Dogg. DJ Premier, Mr. Choc, and DJ Drama DJed the cyphers.

There was some controversy as Ottawa battle rapper Charron won Freestyle Friday's March Mayhem Tournament, which guaranteed him a spot in the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards cypher as one of the prizes for his victory. However, once it came time to film the cyphers, Charron was excluded. He responded with the "BET Cypher Verse" where he disses BET, Murda Mook, Gucci Mane, Soulja Boy, Lil Twist, Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar and Chief Keef, among others.[6]

PerformancesEdit

Winners[7]Edit

2014Edit

2014 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 14, 2014
LocationAtlanta Civic Center
Hosted bySnoop Dogg
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2014 show was hosted by Snoop Dogg.

Performances[8]Edit

Winners[9]Edit

2015Edit

2015 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 13, 2015
LocationAtlanta Civic Center
Hosted bySnoop Dogg
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2015 show was hosted by Snoop Dogg

PerformancesEdit

WinnersEdit

2016Edit

2016 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 4, 2016
LocationCobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Cumberland, Georgia
Hosted byDJ Khaled
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2016 show was hosted by DJ Khaled.

PerformancesEdit

WinnersEdit

2017Edit

2017 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 10, 2017
LocationMiami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, Florida
Hosted byDJ Khaled
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2017 show was hosted by DJ Khaled.

WinnersEdit

2018Edit

2018 BET Hip Hop Awards
DateOctober 16, 2018
LocationMiami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, Florida
Hosted byDeRay Davis
Websitehttp://www.bet.com  
Television/radio coverage
NetworkBET

The 2018 show was hosted by DeRay Davis.

WinnersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.bet.com/Specials/hiphopawards10/hha10_videos/hha10_video_performances.htm?playlist=performances&videoindex=6
  2. ^ "2010 BET Hip Hop Awards Complete Winners List". Retrieved 22 October 2016.
  3. ^ "2011 BET Hip Hop Awards: Cyphers (Video) – Fashionably-Early". 11 October 2011. Retrieved 22 October 2016.
  4. ^ "2011 BET Hip Hop Award Winners – Fashionably-Early". 11 October 2011. Retrieved 22 October 2016.
  5. ^ "This Year's BET Hip Hop Awards 2012 Winner's Are". prnewswire.com. October 9, 2012. Retrieved October 10, 2012.
  6. ^ "Excluded BET Cyphers Rapper, Charron, Fires Shots At Kendrick Lamar, Rick Ross, Chief Keef And Others - XXL". Retrieved 22 October 2016.
  7. ^ "2013 BET Hip Hop Awards: The Complete Winners List". Retrieved 22 October 2016.
  8. ^ "Performers". Retrieved 22 October 2016.
  9. ^ "Nominees". Retrieved 22 October 2016.
  10. ^ https://www.bet.com/shows/hip-hop-awards/2018/honorees/i-am-hip-hop-award-lil-wayne.html

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