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28 October 2020 12:37

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Watch Brandy, Erykah Badu, Teyana Taylor, & H.E.R.’s BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher

Brandy, Erykah Badu, Teyana Taylor and H.E.R. joined forces for a 2020-inspired rap at the Virtual BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday. The Boy Is Mine hitmaker, 41, exuded sass as she united with fellow rap stars H.E.R., 23, Teyana, 29, and Erykah, 49, for a freestyle rap over her 1994 hit, I Wanna Be Down. As Erykah got behind the decks, Teyana rapped: 'The tone is what I set it. Wow: Brandy (second R), Erykah Badu (end R), Teyana Taylor (second L) and H.E.R. (end L) joined forces for a 2020-inspired rap at the Virtual BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday H.E.R. was up next as she paid tribute to Breonna Taylor, saying: 'Black queens with dreams.

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Bag Lady hitmaker Erykah said: 'Look, I'm about to go in. A glamorous Brandy put on an edgy display in tinted yellow shades and a quilted jacket as she rapped her verse: 'Black females we gonna flourish in these conditions.Born to front lines, not in your kitchen.I'm on a mission. 'And if they say the sky is the limit, then buy a cloud.And if they can't see us as an equal, they not allowed' with the music icon donning a crown at the end of the video. icon: The Boy Is Mine hitmaker, 41, exuded sass as she united with fellow rap stars H.E.R., 23, Teyana, 29, and Erykah, 49, for a freestyle rap over her 1994 hit, I Wanna Be Down In line with COVID-19 restrictions, the BET Hip Hop Awards were held virtually with Karlous Miller, DC Young Fly and Chico Bean hosting the show. Megan Thee Stallion, Pop Smoke, Drake and Beyoncé led the winners at this year's ceremony, which followed on from June's BET Awards, which honour the work of African-Americans in the entertainment and sports industries.

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'Hot Girl Summer' hitmaker Megan took home three prizes on the night, including the revered Hip Hop Artist of the Year trophy. Rap star: As Erykah got behind the decks, Teyana rapped: 'The tone is what I set it. The rap sensation's 'Savage' remix featuring Beyonce was crowned Best Collaboration, while Megan also took home Hustler of the Year at the virtual ceremony. Roddy Ricch's acclaimed debut studio album, 'Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial', was named Hip Hop Album of the Year, and he also bagged Song of the Year for 'The Box'. Elsewhere, Pop Smoke was posthumously honoured with the Best New Hip Hop Artist gong, Travis Scott was named Best Live Performer and Best Duo or Group went to Chris Brown and Young Thug.

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Snoop Dogg also made an appearance to present Master P with the I Am Hip Hop Award. Virtual: H.E.R. was up next as she paid tribute to Breonna Taylor, saying: 'Black queens with dreams. The live-stream featured show-stopping performances, including a powerful duet between Burna Boy and Coldplay's Chris Martin of their track 'Monsters You Made'. Sass: Bag Lady hitmaker Erykah said: 'Look, I'm about to go in. Here she is: A glamorous Brandy put on an edgy display in tinted yellow shades and a quilted jacket as she rapped her verse: 'Black females we gonna flourish in these conditions.Born to front lines, not in your kitchen' The 15th annual BET Hip Hop Awards saw the introduction of the Best Live Performer category, won by Travis Scott.

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Brandy's new album B7 includes the songs Bye BiPolar, and the video for her track Borderline shows her wearing a strait jacket inside a mental hospital. The ladies of R&B stole the show at the BET Hip Hop Awards. Teyana Taylor, H.E.R., Erykah Badu, and Brandy teamed up for an all-female cypher set to Brandy's '90s classic "I Wanna Be Down (Remix)." With Badu behind the turntables, Teyana went all the way in on her opening verse. Badu didn't come to play either, delivering her knockout bars with boxing gloves around her neck: "Last name Bardu / First name Erykah." "And if they say the sky is the limit, then buy a cloud / And if they can't see us as an equal, they not allowed," she said as she placed a crown on her head. An unforgettable moment during Tuesday (October 27) evening's 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards has to be when four showstopping artists joined together for the Ladies First cypher.

Teyana Taylor, Erykah Badu, H.E.R., and Brandy are all women dominating the Hip Hop and R&B circles, so it was only fitting that these women came together to once again debut their talents, this time to highlight all things womanhood. The familiar sound comes from Brandy's classic 1994 hit "I Wanna Be Down," and not only do the ladies give their performances over the track, the visual also mirrors the song's music video. Teyana opened things up with H.E.R. right behind her followed by Erykah while Brandyappropriately closed things out. "BET Hip Hop Awards - Queen's Cypher," Brandy wrote. "And if they say sky is the limit then buy a cloud and if they can't see us as an equal they not allowed. Brandy, Erykah Badu, Teyana Taylor and H.E.R. joined forces for an empowering cypher during the BET Hip Hop Awards 2020 on Tuesday. With Badu behind the decks, Teyana Taylor was up first, slickly setting the mood. "The tone is what I set it/If you want it come and get it, don't forget it." H.E.R. followed, giving props to her Filipina heritage and she paid tribute to Breonna Taylor. "Black females we gonna flourish in these conditions/Born to front lines, not in your kitchen/I'm on a mission," she raps, ending with "And if they say the sky is the limit, then buy a cloud/And if they can't see us as an equal, they not allowed" before she righteously donned a crown. Led by the hilarious hosting talents that are The 85 South Show's DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller, and Chico Bean, the BET Hip-Hop Awards unveiled a night filled with entertainment from not only from the hosts but the trademark hip-hop cyphers as well. Changing things up just a little bit to close out the show, Teyana Taylor, HER, Erykah Badu, and Brandy took the stage to dropped some R&B bars of their own in the Ladies First Cypher. The ladies took on Brandy's 1994 track, "I Wanna Get Down," and put down some of their smoothest bars to close out the award show. Teyana led the way before HER stepped forward to continue the cypher, Erykah went next, and Brandy came through with a freestyle over her own track to close out the cypher. Their BET Hip-Hop Award appearance comes in the midst of a productive year for the four singers. Teyana shared her third full-length project, The Album, as did Brandy who released her first album in almost eight years with B7.