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BET brought out the hip-hop royalty on Saturday night in Atlanta, Georgia at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center.

The eight annual BET Awards turned out to be a star-studded affair that not only showcased the best in hip-hop, but also highlighted the greats, while offering stellar performances, funny interludes and some unexpected surprises.

Of course, MSDTV has the official scoop on the show that will air October 15, plus – we also have the rundown for the official after party hosted by Grey Goose for T.I.’s Birthday bash….





Thursday’s episode of “106 & PARK” announced Uncle Snoop as host for the eight annual “BET HIP HOP AWARDS 2013.”  Uncle Snoop is the first new host in three years, following previous host Mike Epps, T-Pain and Katt Williams.

Nominees were also announced.  Kendrick Lamar leads nominations for “BET HIP HOP AWARDS 2013” with 14 nominations, Drake follows with 13 nominations and J. Cole received 10 nominations.

Check out the full list of “BET HIP HOP AWARDS 2013” nominees after the break….



You saw the tweets, you’ve seen the fights, and you’re heard the rumors.

Now it’s time to see it live…



Before the red carpet became alive, MSDTV decided to cover what’s often not – the ones who make the exclusives happen – the MEDIA.

Catch our red carpet photo galley after the break as we take a glimpse of some media pros in action…



Ms. Drama gets the “Uncles” of hip-hop on the red carpet to talk about the industry, Chris Lighty and the changes that need to be made…


Rza drops some nuggets of wisdom on the red carpet from his new movie, Man With The Iron Fist, and explains what the key to success is for those in the game.

Check the interview after the break…


It was all good just a few years ago – so what exactly went wrong?

The fight between Young Jeezy and Rick Ross took most of us by surprise this weekend at the 2012 Source Awards BET Hip-Hop Awards. So now that the beef is obviously REAL, MSDTV had to take a look back to see what caused these two – affluent, successful rappers to come to blows backstage…


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