The BET Hip-Hop Awards presented some of the best and brightest genres so everyone would know why they make a lot of money (or at least in a prime location in Rap Caviar). While some people could tune in to see who were the winners and the losers, we all know that the real reason to see the show was the performances and, of course, the cyphers.
We all had to see what Vic Mensa had to say, right? If Denzel Curry was hot, it had to be something. There were a lot of other talents on display at the ceremony, beyond the controversy. In case you missed it, review the performances and the keys of the BET Hip-Hop Awards below.
BlobBoy JB, YBN Cordae Flex for the new wave
The south still has something to say. The successful "Look Alive" BlocBoy JB, YBN Cordae, and Toby Nwigwe from Houston were presented for the lower half in The Cypher. (Duckwrth might not be from the South, but South is in the name of his famous neighborhood.)
Girls in front: Bri Steves, Neelam Hakeem spit out some bars
Sharaya J begins The Cypher in a surprising way, wearing a bright orange outfit only surpassed by his freestyle. Chika continues with some sex-rap braggadocios. Neelam Hakeem proves that he does not need a pen to offer some incredible lines of social conscience. Bri Steves brings a bit of soft Philly Rap before Erykah Badu closes it from behind the decks.
Casanova, Phora and others represent
No one entered a song hotter than Casanova in "Set Trippin", so it's a bit strange that you have not been asked to start this number, but it's still hard. Shawn Smith delivered the best Spongebob reference he will hear for a while.
Vic Mensa, G Herbo and Taylor Bennett Rep Chicago
Theoretically, the hook of this cipher was meant to be Chicago. Then Vic went and dissuaded XXXTentación with his family in the crowd, erasing the rest of his companions in Chicago.
Lil Pump & Gucci Mane opened the Show Right
It was only a matter of time before someone thought of crossing East Atlanta with the newfound rapper from South Florida. And the fact that it really worked makes it even better.
Yella Beezy is excited about her summer success "That's about me"
Here's a glimpse of what Dallas rapper Yella Beezy can do. It's good to remember that the rapper "That's On Me" will probably have to take some time to recover after receiving several shots over the weekend.
Lil Baby and Gunna Show Why are the following from Atlanta
These protected young women demonstrated why their Drip Harder The album is currently making a lot of noise, playing the lead track "Drip Too Hard" for the Miami crowd.
Cardi B continues its tour of world domination
You can not have an awards ceremony in 2018 without Cardi B assassinating the stage. Do not even try.
YG and A $ AP Rocky Bring Bicoastal Vibes
East Coast v. West Coast will not fly anymore, all of you. We have internet now.
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I wonder what Lil Flip will do tonight. The longevity of T.I. it is a wonder.
Flipp Dinero interprets "Leave me alone!" From a pseudo-meter platform
This performance is great and all, but you can see the "Leave me alone!" hitmaker for yourself in ComplexCon.