All The Performances From VH1’s “Hip Hop Honors” Event
Look at exhibitions from Missy Elliott, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Fabolous, Mariah Carey, The Lox, Teyana Taylor, Ty Dolla Sign and some more!
Following its arrival back to TV a year ago following a six-year break, Vh1’s yearly Hop Honors occasion is airing this evening on VH1, which pays tribute to craftsmen and developments that have characterized and affected hip jump culture. A year ago’s function paid tribute to the women of hip jump, and the current year’s occasion will salute the “90’s Game Changers,” paying praise to that period of hip bounce, TV, and film. Honorees incorporate Martin Lawrence, Mariah Carey, Jermaine Dupri, Master P, and executive Hype Williams.
On-screen character Regina Hall facilitated the ritzy occasion Monday night, while DJ Khaled, Tichina Arnold, Faith Evans, and Timbaland made that big appearance to display grants all through the night.
The occasion saw a few entertainers making that big appearance in its help, including a year ago’s honoree Missy Elliott, who opened the function with an execution of “She’s a Bitch,” rising up out of a pool of water donning the dark latex bodysuit to reproduce the tune’s 1999 music video coordinated by Hype Williams.
Afterward, Lil Kim, Havoc and Fabolous regarded the late Prodigy of Mobb Deep, and Martin Lawrence was saluted for his well known ’90s sitcom “Martin.” Meanwhile Trick Daddy, Trina, Romeo, and Xscape later likewise played out a mixture of Southern hits from the 90’s, preceding Southern administrators Jermaine Dupri and Master P acknowledged trophies for their compelling, free names, So Def and No Limit Records, individually.
“They said hip-bounce was going to [last] four or five years. A quarter century later, we are owning organizations,” said Master P. “This is just the start.”
Different entertainers that made that big appearance incorporate Ty Dolla Sign, Dat Brat, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, The Lox, Fabolous, Havoc and Teyana Taylor, who made that big appearance with her broken foot to perform “Back end Shaker” by Wreckx-N-Effect.
Taped Sunday night at Los Angeles’ Paramount Studios, look at a portion of the exhibitions and features from the occasion (underneath), and we’ll keep on updating the exhibitions as they surface.