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The 2024 BET Awards Winners: A Complete List

The 2024 BET Awards — celebrating “culture’s biggest night” — have officially kicked off at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

Taraji P. Henson returned as the host for the award ceremony, her third time as emcee. The ceremony went forward following a red carpet event, which showcased several stunning and show-stopping looks from celebrities.

Megan Thee Stallion opened the show with a fiery performance of her song, “Hiss.” Henson then took the stage to perform a fun parody of Kendrick’s Lamar’s song, “Not Like Us” — a diss track aimed at Drake.

Drake, the Canadian rapper whose much talked-about rap beef with Lamar has made headlines in recent months, led the BET Award nominations this year with seven nods.

Usher, who racked up four nominations for this year’s show, was selected to be honored with the Lifetime Achievement BET Award.

BET announced earlier this week that Will Smith was set to perform a new original song during the show, joining a list of other performers, including Lauryn Hill, Tyla, Victoria Monét and Shaboozey.

Smith debuted his new song “You Can Make It” featuring Fridayy and Sunday Service on Friday.

Here’s the full list of nominees and winners:

Album of the Year

“11:11″ — Chris Brown
”A Gift & A Curse” — Gunna
”American Dream” — 21 Savage
”Coming Home” — Usher
”For All the Dogs” (Scary Hours Edition) — Drake

“Jaguar II” — Victoria Monét
”Michael” — Killer Mike
”Pink Friday 2″ — Nicki Minaj

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist

Coco Jones
Doja Cat
Muni Long
Victoria Monét

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist

Brent Faiyaz
Bryson Tiller
Burna Boy
Chris Brown
October London

Best Group

¥$, Ye, Ty Dolla $ign
2 Chainz & Lil Wayne
Blxst & Bino Rideaux
City Girls

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