BET 2014 Hip Hop Awards worth the wait

BET 2014 Hip Hop Awards worth the wait
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BET has finally released their list of the 2014 Hip Hop Awards winners.

Stars made their way to Atlanta on September 20th, but fans had to wait until Tuesday to see what went down. In another uncharacteristic move by an awards show, BET released the whole list of winners prior to airing the event on television.

Looks like they was banking on performances than the element of surprise to get ratings. T.I., Common, YG, TY Dolla $ign, Rae Sremmurd, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, DJ Mustard, Vince Staples, Bobby Shmurda, Jay Electronica, DJ Premier all took the stage in a mixture of perennial favorites and up-and-coming superstars. Queen Latifah, Brandy, MC Lyte and Yo-Yo delighted fans with a reprisal of their hit "I Wanna Be Down" remix 20 years after it came out in 1994.


24-year-old DJ Mustard snagged the coveted MVP of the Year title as well as Producer of the Year and DJ of the Year. He was the producer behind hits such as 2 Chainz' "I'm Different,' Tyga's "Rack City" and "No Mediocre", by T.I. Drake also walked away a winner with four new honors to add to his resume.

Here is the full list of 2014 BET Hip Hop Music Awards:

Album of the Year: Drake – Nothing Was the Same
Best Club Banger: Future
Best Collabo, Duo, or Group: YG featuring Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan, "My Ni**a"
Best Hip Hop Online: WorldStarHipHop
Best Hip Hop Video: Drake, "Worst Behavior"
Best Live Performer: Kayne West
Best Mixtape: Wiz Khalifa, 28 Grams
DJ of the Year: DJ Mustard
Hustler of the Year: Dr. Dre
Impact Track: Common featuring Vince Staples, "Kingdom"
Lyricist of the Year: Kendrick Lamar
Made You Look Award: Nicki Minaj
MVP of the Year: DJ Mustard
People's Champ Award: Drake, "Worst Behavior"
Producer of the Year: DJ Mustard
Sweet 16 - Best Feature Verse: Kendrick Lamar, "Control"
Track of the Year: YG featuring Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan, "My Ni**a"
Video Director of the Year: Hype Williams
Who Blew Up Award: Iggy Azalea

Check out BET's website for the full list of nominees to see who got slighted.

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