2011 BET Hip-Hop Awards Winners: Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj
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The other winners which were revealed during the airing of the 6th annual BET Hip-Hop Awards included Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Busta Rhymes.

AceShowbiz - The 6th annual BET Hip-Hop Awards, which was taped in early October, was finally broadcast on Tuesday night, October 11. During the airing, it's revealed that %cChris Brown%, %cLil Wayne% and %cNicki Minaj% were some of the lucky artists who collected multiple trophies.

Breezy's collaboration with Weezy and %cBusta Rhymes% in song called "Look at Me Now" won Best Hip-Hop Video, Reese's Perfect Combo Award, and Verizon People's Champ Award. Additionally, the verses rapped by Busta in the track were named Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse.

Beside helping Breezy win those awards, Weezy also got two coveted prizes for his own. The "6 Foot 7 Foot" rapper grabbed Best Live Performer and Lyricist of the Year. He beat Busta, %cCee-Lo% Green, %cJay-Z% and %cKanye West% in the former, and pushed aside Jigga, Kanye, %cRick Ross% and Minaj in the latter.

Though losing Lyricist of the Year from Weezy, Minaj still managed to receive double gongs. The %cYoung Money% femcee brought home MVP of the Year and Made-You-Look Award. She took revenge by beating Weezy in both categories. She additionally won over Rozay, Kanye, Jiggaman and %cWiz Khalifa%.

Giving up his hope to bring home Made-You-Look Award, Khalifa was still lucky enough to earn two kudos. The rapper, who is vying for New Artist of the Year at 2011 American Music Awards, walked home as a Rookie of the Year, and scored Track of the Year through his claim-fame single "Black and Yellow".

Kanye and Jigga didn't walk home empty-handed as well. Although repeatedly sidelined, %cThe Throne% still snatched one coveted prize each. Kanye won CD of the Year, thanks to "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy". Meanwhile, the husband of %cBeyonce Knowles% took Hustler of the Year title.

2011 BET Hip-Hop Awards was hosted by comedian %cMike Epps%. The event featured performances and appearances from such big stars as %cSwizz Beatz%, %cT.I.%, %cLupe Fiasco%, %cErykah Badu% and %cEminem%. Special honoree that night was %cLL Cool J% who was saluted with "I Am Hip-Hop" Icon Award.

  • Best Hip Hop Video: %cChris Brown% ft. %cLil Wayne% & %cBusta Rhymes% - "Look at Me Now"
  • Reese's Perfect Combo Award (Best Collab): %cChris Brown% ft. %cLil Wayne% & %cBusta Rhymes% - "Look at Me Now"
  • Best Live Performer: %cLil Wayne%
  • Lyricist of the Year: %cLil Wayne%
  • Video Director of the Year: Hype Williams
  • Producer of the Year: Lex Luger
  • MVP of the Year: %cNicki Minaj%
  • Track of the Year: %cWiz Khalifa% - "Black and Yellow" (Produced by Stargate)
  • CD of the Year: %cKanye West% - "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy"
  • DJ of the Year: %cDJ Khaled%
  • Rookie of the Year: %cWiz Khalifa%
  • Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip Hop Style): %cNicki Minaj%
  • Best Hip Hop Online Site: WorldStarHipHop.com
  • Best Club Banger: %cWaka Flocka Flame% - "No Hands" (Produced by Lex Luger)
  • Best Mixtape: %cJ. Cole% - "Friday Night Lights"
  • Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse: %cBusta Rhymes% - "Look at Me Now" (%cChris Brown% ft. %cLil Wayne% & %cBusta Rhymes%)
  • Hustler of the Year: %cJay-Z%
  • Verizon People's Champ Award (Viewers' Choice): %cChris Brown% ft. %cLil Wayne% & %cBusta Rhymes% - "Look at Me Now"
  • "I Am Hip-Hop" Icon Award: %cLL Cool J%

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