Burna Boy Gets Various Nominations For BET 2023 Hip Hop Awards

In the international music scene, Burna Boy is well-known for promoting and popularising Nigerian music.

His outstanding talent and commitment to his trade are evidenced by his astounding achievements and sold-out performances.

The BET announced the nominees for the forthcoming BET Hip Hop Awards on September 8, 2023, when Burna Boy made a significant and unexpected showing.

‘Sitting On Top Of The World,’ which features 21 Savage, received nominations for Song of the Year and Hip Hop Artist of the Year, among other honours.

The performer, who just put out his seventh album called “I Told Them,” has received nominations for a number of honours, including Best Lyricist of the Year, Best Collaboration, Best Live Performer, Best Hip-Hop Video, and Hustler of the Year.

With 12 nominations each, Cardi B and 21 Savage are in first place, followed by Drake with nine nominations, Burna Boy with seven nominations, and DJ Khalid with seven nominations.

The 2023 BET Awards will be broadcast on BET at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Tuesday, October 10, one week after they are taped in Atlanta on Tuesday, October 3.

Artist of the Year in Hip-Hop

Burna Boy, 21 Savage
B. Cardi Drake
J. Cole
Lil Uzi Vert and Kendrick Lamar

Sing-Off winner

For “All My Life,” J. Cole and Lil Durk
the statement “God Did,” Ric ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend, and Fridayy are featured on a song by DJ Khaled.
Lil Uzi Vert’s “Just Wanna Rock”
Coi Leray’s “Players,” “Put It On Da Floor Again,” Cardi B and Latto
“Rich Flex,” by Drake and 21 Savage
Burna Boy and 21 Savage’s song, “Sittin’ On Top Of The World,”
“Tomorrow 2,” by Cardi B and GloRilla

Album of the Year for Hip-Hop


Life is Wonderful.,

God Did,

Glorilla Coi,

Leray DJ Khaled’s Misfortune,

Heroes & Villains by Drake & 21 Savage,

Metro Boomin Jackman,

Lil Uzi Vert,

Jack Harlow Pink Tape,

and Megan Thee Stallion

Favourite Hip-Hop Video

Lil Uzi Vert’s “Players” (DJ Smallz 732 – Jersey Club Remix),

“Just Wanna Rock,” Leray Coi
“Put it on the floor once more,” Cardi B and Latto
DaBaby’s “Shake Sumn,”

Burna Boy’s “Sittin’ On Top Of The World,”

and 21 Savage’s “Shake Sumn”
Drake and 21 Savage’s “Tomorrow 2,”

“Spin Bout U,” Cardi B and Glorilla

The Best Cooperation

For “All My Life,” J. Cole and Lil Durk
the statement “God Did,” With Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Fridayy, and John Legend,

DJ Khaled’s “Players” (DJ Saige Remix),

Coi Leray’s “Princess Diana,” Ice Spice, and Nicki Minaj, and more
“Put it on the floor once more,” Cardi B and Latto
Burna Boy and 21 Savage’s song, “Sittin’ On Top Of The World,”
“Tomorrow 2,” by Glorilla and Cardi B

Impact ridge

Nas’ “All My Life,” Lil Durk’s “30,” and Boasting J. Cole
“Anxiety,” Thee Megan Stallion
Symba, “Can’t Win for Nothing,”
“Champions,” said NLE Choppa.
the statement “God Did,” Fridayy, Jay-Z, John Legend, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and DJ Khaled
In “Scientists & Engineers,” Future and Eryn Allen Kane are featured on “Killer Mike & André 3000”
The song “Therapy Pt. 2,” by Robert Glasper and Mac Miller

Best group or duo

DJ Drama with City Girls, Jeezy Drake, and 21 Savage Earthgang
Takeoff Rae Sremmurd, The Alchemist quavo, and Larry June

Best live artist

Busta Rhymes by Burna Boy
Cardi B, Leray, and Drake
Kenneth Lamar
Thee Megan Stallion

Top Up-and-Coming Hip-Hop Artist

White Armani Central Finesse2tymes Cee Doechii
Redd Ice Spice Kaliii Lola Brooke

Songwriter of the Year

17 Savage
Cardi B, Burna Boy, André 3000, and Conway The Machine
J. Cole
Kenneth Lamar

Manufacturer of the Year

Jacob Atl
Hit-Boy Hitmaka Kaytranada London On Da Track Metro Boomin The Alchemist DJ Khaled Dr. Dre

Director of Video of the Year

Bennett, Cole
DaBaby Colin Tilley and Reel Goats
Kendrick Lamar and Dave Free
John Meyers
Theraph Scott

the year’s top DJ

Chavez B. D. Nice
DJ Clark Kent DJ Cassidy
Disc Jockey DJ Jazzy Jeff
Kaytranada DJ Khaled
Radio Boomin

best platform for hip-hop

Drink Champs

Hiphop Dx

Million Dollaz Worth Of Game

Rap Caviar,


Caresha Please

The Breakfast Club

Joe Budden’s Podcast


The year’s top hustler

50 Cent,

Burna Boy,

Cardi B,

21 Savage


DJ Khaled, Drake

Best Featured Verse in Sweet 16

“Creepin'” by 21 Savage (with The Weeknd and Metro Boomin)
“Peaches & Eggplants” by 21 Savage (Young Nudy ft. 21 Savage)
“Scientists & Engineers” by André 3000 (with Future and Eryn Allen Kane; produced by Killer Mike & André 3000)
“Tomorrow 2” by Cardi B (Glorilla & Cardi B)
“Put It On Da Floor Again” by Cardi B (with Latino)
“Oh U Went” by Drake (with Young Thug)
“All My Life” by J. Cole (with Lil Durk)
From Jay-Z, “God Did” (DJ Khaled ft. Fridayy, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and Lil Wayne)

Flow Internationally Best

(South Africa) aka
Ghana’s Black Sherif
(UK) Central Cee
In France, Gazo
(UK) J Hus
K.O. (South Africa) and Major Rd.
French ninho
The Great Sampa of Zambia
Brazilians Tasha & Tracie

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