BET Hip-Hop Awards 2022: Black Sherif Loses ‘Best International Flow’ Award To Benjamin EPPS

This year’s award was held and hosted by rapper Fat Joe on 30th September 2022 at the Cobb Energy Center in Atlanta The coveted BET awards program was established in 2001 to celebrate entertainers and minorities in the black community in music, film, and philanthropy

Black Sherif received his nomination on September 12, 2022, and became the only Ghanaian to be nominated this year after Sarkodie won the prestigious award in 2019 at the category’s inception

The 20-year-old Ghanaian-born artist was selected among other artists such as UK’s Knucks, Tasha and Tracie of Brazil, South Africa’s Blxckie, Benjamin Epps of France Central Cee from the UK, Haviah Mighty (Canada), Le Juiice (France), and Nadia Nakai (Zimbabwe).

The BET Awards was a prestigious and highly regarded event among the music industry as award shows often gather the royalty of the entertainment industry, actors, and actresses involved in television shows and movie releases.

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“BET” describes it as “the biggest show for black entertainment on television. The winner is decided by votes from fans across the board: music videos, radio play, concerts, social media, and text voting.

Sarkodie, a Ghanaian rapper, was the first winner in the Best International Flow Category, beating Falz (Nigeria), Ghetts (UK), Kalash (France), Lil Simz (UK), Nasty C (South Africa), and Tory Lanez (Canada).

The 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards were the 17th iteration of the BET Hip Hop Awards, and were held on October 4, 2022. On September 12, 2022, the nominations were announced.

The event is Hip Hop’s largest night, with the goal of honoring the year’s best songs and videos, as well as the industry’s biggest hustlers, the most visible hip hop platforms, and the most significant protest recordings.

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BET’s 17th annual ceremony, hosted by GRAMMY-nominated rapper Fat Joe, included some huge victories, heartfelt tributes, and big performances, including a medley of “I Am Hip Hop” award winner Trina’s most well-known singles.

Drake was nominated for 14 awards, including Best Live Performer, Lyricist of the Year, Hip Hop Album of the Year, Hip Hop Artist of the Year, and Song of the Year. Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Future, Baby Keem, Cardi B, and J. Cole also received six or more nominations.

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