[NEWS] Nicki Minaj & Drake Win Big At 2014 BET Awards









                          This year’s BET awards were hosted by the legendary Snoop Dog. Nicki Minaj won the Made You Look award — we totally saw that coming! She is definitely worthy of a head turn!The 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards aired Tuesday night, showing Drake, DJ Mustard and Kendrick Lamar take home some of the annual event's highest honors. Iggy Azalea and Nicki Minaj are just a few of the artists who walked away winners at the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards! We have the full list of stars who earned credit for their talents!Snoop Dogg hosted the night, which was originally filmed Sept. 20 at Atlanta’s Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center. Pioneering rapper, beat boxer and producer Doug E. Fresh was this year’s recipient of the I Am Hip Hop Icon Award. Snoop Dogg, Common, DJ Mustard, YG Among Performers Set For BET Hip Hop Awards Drake led this year's nominee parade with eight nominations, including album of the year, lyricist of the year, MVP of the year and people’s champ award, taking home trophies for Album of the Year for his Nothing Was the Same and Best Hip Hop Video for the track "Worst Behavior," which was directed by Video Director of the Year-winner Hype Williams. 




Check out the full winners list here:Drake also won one of the biggest awards of the night — the Album of the Year award! Congrats to both of them along with the rest of the artists who won!BET Hip Hop Awards Winners 2014 — Full ListWhat an impressive list of winners! Check out the full list:















Album of the Year: Drake, Nothing Was the Same 

Best Club Banger: Future, “Move That Dope” 

Best Collab, Duo or Group: YG featuring Jeezy & Rich Homie Quan, “My Ni–a” 

Best Hip Hop Video: Drake, “Worst Behavior” 

Best Live Performer: Kanye 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 

Producer of the Year: DJ Mustard Sweet 16: 

Best Feature Verse: Kendrick Lamar, “Control”

Track of the Year: YG f/ Jeezy & Rich Homie Quan, “My Ni–a” 

Video Director of the Year: Hype Williams 

Who Blew Up Award: Iggy AzaleaPeople’s 

Champ Award: Drake 

Best Hip Hop Online: WorldStarHipHop  

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