2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards Performances

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The cyphers were not the only thing that was popping at last nights BET Hip Hop Award Show as some of these performance were on point! There were only six performances but that is all we needed for the night to be entertained.

First we had Meek Mill represent Philly in ATL by performing his tracks: ‘Dreams & Nightmares Intro’ and ‘Levels’.

The first performances started off slow but things picked up quickly as 2 Chainz was the next to perform and he would not let his hometown of Georgia down. He started off by performing his track ‘Fork‘ off his sophomore album B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time. 2 Chainz will then bring out  Mannie Fresh who was introduced to the stage with his track ‘Go DJ’ then joined him to perform ‘Used 2′. Mannie Fresh wouldn’t be the last to join the stage as Juvenile joined the stage as well to perform ‘Back That Azz Up‘.

Future might not be performing with Drake on tour but that did stop him from performing in the city in which he was born – ATL. Future brought out DJ Khaled and Rick Ross to perform his tracks ‘Honest’, ‘I Wanna Be With You’ and ‘No Games.

It isn’t a party if TDE isn’t invited. Only 3 of the 4 members of Black Hippy but that was more than enough. As Schoolboy Q started the performance with ‘Collard Greens’ then transition into Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock ending the performance with ‘Money Tree‘.

I ain’t worried about nothing! You know it isn’t a party if we don’t hear French Montana’s anthem. French Montana brought out Rick Ross, Diddy and Snoop Dogg to perform the remix to his radio banger ‘I Ain’t Worried Bout Nothin’. Diddy had the crowd on their feet as he had someone bring out a crown for him in the middle of the performance. Kendrick, you’re still the king of New York?

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony ended the night and performed their hit tracks ‘Thuggish Ruggish Bone,‘ ‘1st Of Tha Month,‘ and ‘Crossroads‘. Only four of the five of the members made the performance as Layzie Bone did not take the stage.