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Last night on BET, Hip-Hop royalty came out for the annual award show. Master P was the honoree recipient of the I Am Hip Hop Award, Megan Thee Stallion was the big winner of the night nabbing 3 awards and the late rapper, Pop Smoke won Best New Hip Hop Artist. See the full list of nominees below:

Hip Hop Artist of the Year : Megan Thee Stallion

Best Hip Hop Video: Future f/ Drake, “Life Is Good”

Song of the Year“: “The Box” (Roddy Ricch) Produced by 30 Roc & DatBoiSqueeze

Hip Hop Album of the Year : Roddy Ricch, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial

Best Collaboration : Megan Thee Stallion f/ Beyoncé, “Savage” (Remix)

Best Duo/Group : Chris Brown and Young Thug

Best New Hip Hop Artist : Pop Smoke

Best Live Performer : Travis Scott

Lyricist of the Year: Rapsody

Video Director of the Year: Teyana “Spike Tee” Taylor

DJ of the Year: D-Nice

Producer of the Year: Hit-Boy

Hustler of the Year: Megan Thee Stallion

Best Hip Hop Platform. : The Joe Budden Podcast

Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse : Beyoncé, “Savage” (Remix) (Megan Thee Stallion f/ Beyoncé)

Impact Track: Lil Baby, “The Bigger Picture”

Best International Flow : Stormzy (U.K.)

Congratulations to all the nominees and winners. Not only were there some big wins last night but there were some pretty spicy performances.

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Some of the performances were made by, City Girls, Big Sean and Jhene Aiko and Quavo performed a special tribute for Pop Smoke. A special appearance from Senator Kamala Harris was made to stress the importance of HBCUS ( Historically Black Colleges and Universities) . If you missed it tune in and understand why we must continue to attend these prestigious places of higher education. Last but not least we can’t forget to mention the infamous award show cyphers. Some of the cyphers included:

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The Ladies First Cypher featuring: H.E.R, Teyana Taylor, Brandy and Erykah Badu.

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Straight from the Islands came the Reggae Cypher featuring: Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Skip Marley and Shenseea.

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The Political Cypher featured: Polo G, Chicka, Jack Harlow, Flawless Real Talk and Rapsody.

The Hot New Crew Cypher included: Adé, Buddy, Flo Milli & Deante Hitchcock.

The 2020 Bar Cyphers featured international artist: P-Kuttah (South Africa), Suspect 95 ( Ivory Coast), Rosa Ree (Tanzania), Elisabeth Ventura (Angola) and Kwesi Arthur (Ghana).

Shoutout to Hip-Hop and it’s creator DJ Kool Herc.


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Daystar Peterson, better know as Tory Lanez has been charged for the Megan Thee Stallion shooting. The world has been trying to figure out what really happened that night between the two superstars. The Canadian native is being charged with: one count of assault with a semiautomatic gun and one count of carrying an unregistered loaded firearm.

Since the shooting, Megan Thee Stallion broke her silence after some time passed and she flat out stated that Tory shot her and his team was covering it up for him by lying to the public. The entire time Lanez kept quiet until a couple of weeks ago, when he tweeted for the first time announcing he was. going to finally speak out. Lanez technically didn’t speak out but instead released a mixtape that he stated told the truths about how he felt and what happened that night. Many former fans and current fans were upset with the timing of the release, because of the need to focus on the Breonna Taylor trial. However, the rapper/singer stated that the release date was set because of the significance of that date to him. We agreed it was not the time during this social climate.

Since July, fans have been in a frenzy picking sides. and commenting all over social media platforms but hopefully, this case will bring the real story and the truth to the light. If convicted, Lanez will face up to 22 years and 8 months in prison.



Earlier this week, DaBaby took back to the streets he grew up in, Charlotte, North Carolina. The grammy and hosted a voters registration event, “Vote Baby Vote”. It was a three-hour long event that provided the community with information about the voting process and attendees were able to register. In addition to bringing awareness to the community, free COVID19 testing was available on site. Salute to DaBaby for his continued use of his platform, for such important matters. Not only is DaBaby giving back, so is the Houston Hottie.

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Megan Thee Stallion has launched a scholarship fund for women of color. The ” Don’t Stop” scholarship will fund 2 recipients with a $10,000 scholarship to women of color pursuing a degree. The recipient can be pursuing any degree from associates to post-graduate degrees. The website is not up yet but Miss Kai’s Juice will keep you in the mix.


Live From NYC: Chris Rock Kicks Off Season 46 of SNL

While some of you may have been sleeping, Saturday Night Live aired their 46th season. The show was hosted by Chris Rock and included fresh new skits and some new faces. Life as we know it has changed drastically since COVID-19, but SNL was there to relieve some of that stress that may have been building up. One of the highlights of the night was Alec Baldwin and Jim Carrey’s sketch reenacting the disastrous Presidential debate that occurred earlier this week. Chris Rock was joined by musical guest, Megan Thee Stallion.


The rapper had a powerful message to send about black women being the most disrespected and unprotected person in the world. In addition, she emphasized how important it is to protect black women and protect black men. Touching on the ongoing senseless violence against black men in America.


Something that caught many eyes in one of Megan’s performances was the visual of bleeding gunshots in the backdrop. This clearly was in reference to Megan Thee Stallion becoming a gun violence survivor back in August. While the jury is still out on that case, the message was still very much truthful and needs to be heard on a national platform regularly until changes occur.

Saturday Night Live has announced that the next two episodes will be hosted by Insecure’s Issa Rae and comedian Bill Burr.