The 19th Edition of Black Entertainment Awards took place on Sunday night in Los Angeles at the Regina Hall.
Heading into the show, Cardi B scored a leading seven nominations, including nods for best female hip hop artist, best collaboration, video of the year, album of the year and the viewers’ choice award.
She was among the winners on Sunday night, taking home album of the year for Invasion of Privacy, and best female hip-hop artist, and she also performed.
Also, Tyler Perry gave a powerful speech as he was honored with the Ultimate Icon Award, and Mary J. Blige performed a show-stopping medley of hits after receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Grammy-nominated rapper, entrepreneur and community activist Nipsey Hussle was honored posthumously with the Humanitarian Award.
Full List Of Winners Below;
Best Female R&B/Pop Artist – Beyonce
Best Female R&B/Pop Artist – Bruno Mars
Best Group – Migos
Best Collaboration – “Sicko Mode,” Travis Scott ft. Drake
Best Female Hip Hop Artist – Cardi B
Best Male Hip Hop Artist – Nipsey Hussle