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[BET Hip Hop Awards 2020] See the full list of winners



BET broadcast the 2020 edition of their annual hip-hop awards on BET Her, VH1 and MTV2 to celebrate some of the biggest artistes, songs, and music videos on Tuesday, October 27.

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The 15th annual award show hosted by 85 South‘s Karlous Miller, DC Young Fly, and Chico Bean saw the biggest winner of the night to be Megan Thee Stallion as she took home three awards.

See the full list of winners below: 

Hip Hop Artist of the Year

Lil Baby
Megan Thee Stallion
Roddy Ricch

Best Hip Hop Video

DaBaby, “Bop”
DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch, “Rockstar”
Drake, “Toosie Slide”
Future f/ Drake, “Life Is Good”
Lil Baby, “The Bigger Picture”
Roddy Ricch, “The Box”

Song of the Year

“Bop” (DaBaby) Produced by JetsonMade & Starboy
“Life Is Good” (Future f/ Drake) Produced by Ambezza, D. Hill & OZ
“Rockstar” (DaBaby f/ Roddy Ricch) Produced by SethinTheKitchen
“Savage” (Remix) (Megan Thee Stallion f/ Beyoncé) Produced by J. White Did It
“The Box” (Roddy Ricch) Produced by 30 Roc & DatBoiSqueeze
“Toosie Slide (Drake)” Produced by OZ

Hip Hop Album of the Year

DaBaby, Blame It On Baby
DaBaby, Kirk
Future, High Off Life
Lil Baby, My Turn
Megan Thee Stallion, Suga
Roddy Ricch, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial

Best Collaboration

DaBaby f/ Roddy Ricch, “Rockstar”
Future f/ Drake, “Life Is Good”
Jack Harlow f/ Tory Lanez, DaBaby & Lil Wayne, “Whats Poppin” (Remix)
Megan Thee Stallion f/ Beyoncé, “Savage” (Remix)
Megan Thee Stallion f/ Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $Ign, “Hot Girl Summer”
Mustard f/ Roddy Ricch, “Ballin’”

Best Duo/Group

Chris Brown and Young Thug
City Girls
Run The Jewels

Best New Hip Hop Artist

Flo Milli
Jack Harlow
NLE Choppa
Pop Smoke
Rod Wave

Best Live Performer

Big Sean
Megan Thee Stallion
Roddy Ricch
Travis Scott

Lyricist of the Year

Big Sean
J. Cole
Megan Thee Stallion

Video Director of the Year

Cactus Jack & White Trash Tyler
Cole Bennett
Colin Tilley
Dave Meyers
Director X
Teyana “Spike Tee” Taylor

DJ of the Year

Chase B
DJ Drama
DJ Envy
DJ Khaled

Producer of the Year

9th Wonder
DJ Khaled
Mike Will Made-It

Hustler of the Year

Cardi B
DJ Khaled
Megan Thee Stallion
Rick Ross
Travis Scott

Best Hip Hop Platform

The Breakfast Club
The Joe Budden Podcast
The Shade Room

Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse

Beyoncé, “Savage” (Remix) (Megan Thee Stallion f/ Beyoncé)
Bia, “Best on Earth” (Russ f/ Bia)
Cardi B, “Writing on the Wall” (French Montana f/ Post Malone, Cardi B & Rvssian)
Future, “Roses” (Remix) (SAINt JHN f/ Future)
Roddy Ricch, “Rockstar” (DaBaby f/ Roddy Ricch)
Travis Scott, “Hot” (Remix) (Young Thug f/ Gunna & Travis Scott)

Impact Track

Anderson .Paak & Jay Rock, “Lockdown”
DaBaby f/ Roddy Ricch, “Rockstar” (BLM Remix)
J. Cole, “Snow on tha Bluff”
Lil Baby, “The Bigger Picture”
Rapsody f/ PJ Morton, “Afeni”
Wale f/ Kelly Price, “Sue Me”

Best International Flow

Meryl (France)
Kaaris (France)
Nasty C (South Africa)
Khaligraph Jones (Kenya)
Stormzy (U.K.)
Ms Banks (U.K.)
Djonga (Brazil)


Taaooma reacts to parent’s divorce (video)



Nigerian comedienne,Apaokagi Adedoyin Maryam, popularly known as Taaooma in her latest skit, made a funny rendition of her parents getting a divorce.

Tao as she is fondly called was trying to weigh into whatever marital issues the duo is experiencing, and proffer a solution, but her mum landed her the usual slap to reset her brain.

Watch the video which features Nigerian comedian Lasisi Elenu and MC Lively here.

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Davido and Lil Baby Share Video for New Song “So Crazy”: Watch



Nigerian artiste Davido and Atlanta rapper Lil Baby have come together for the new song “So Crazy.” The track, produced by Nick Papz and Xander, arrives with a music video directed by David Wept. It was filmed in Los Angeles.

Watch below.

“I’ve known Lil Baby for quite a while, and I think it’s important that I point this out: When you are collaborating on a record, you need to make sure that the relationship is good outside of music,” Davido said in a statement. “I feel like that is when you make the best music.”

“So Crazy” will appear on Davido’s next album A Better Time, which is set for release this Friday, November 13 (via Davido Worldwide Entertainment/Sony Music UK/RCA Records). The LP follows last year’s A Good Time.

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As Bad As The Pandemic Was, It’s Given Us ‘A Better Time’, Davido Reveals!



Davido had an interview with Rolling Stone on the 5th of November 2020. He spoke about how the pandemic influenced the creation of his highly anticipated album ‘A Better Time‘ and adapting to the new state of things.

During his interview Rolling Stone, Davido expressed the negative and positive impact the pandemic had on his career. He said:

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I’ve recorded so much music. The only thing I could do was get in the studio. That’s one of the positive things that the pandemic brought to my career. It made me focus more, definitely, being in the studio, having nowhere to go. The only place I could be was at home. So I just made sure I was just recording and recording. I probably recorded like two albums already, apart from A Better Time.

O.B.O (Omo Baba Olowo) as he is also fondly called by friends and acquaintances, expressed how he misses being able to perform physically to a live audience and how he is adapting to the new wave of things as an artist.

My most favorite thing about being a musician and making music is being on the road, being able to perform, being able to go on tour. But we’re learning to live with it. The other day I did a Livestream-type show. It was a link you had to click and watch. It was pretty cool, but it’s not really the same. Social media helps cross that bridge, but at the same time, it’s just not the same.

The FEM crooner revealed how he stumbled on the A Better Time album, as he intentions were to promote his previous album ‘A Good Time‘ via tours but then the pandemic happened and then he maximized the free times to create music: He said:

I didn’t plan the album. I just dropped A Good Time, almost exactly a year ago. My plan was to tour with the A Good Time album. Do America and go to Europe, and then I was meant to go to Asia, Australia, and do mad festivals. That being said, we had to cancel the whole tour, obviously, because of the pandemic. So I was like, “You know what, I’m not about to just sit at home and not do nothing.” So I got back in the studio, and funny enough, I was making better music than I had previously dropped, and we just kept going. Before I knew it I had 20 songs in the studio, all done and recorded and finished. Then I was like, “Should I just put it out?”

Davido went further to say:

I was thinking of putting out like a little quarantine playlist. But then, I was like, “Nah, I think I want to release another body of work.” My sophomore album was called A Good Time, so, obviously, A Better Time, it’s a better album. You know what I’m saying? I took my time. Better visuals, better production, everything as a whole package. I’ve never really had time to refocus, sit down, and record a project, because I’m always on tour. I’m always all over the place. For the first time I had the opportunity to sit down and focus with my producers and take our time on each and every song.

Read his full interview with Rolling Stone

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