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The 2014 BET Hip-Hop Awards went off without a hitch.

The Atlanta-based award show was originally filmed three weeks ago, but after some editing and television magic, the awards were quite entertaining. Obviously, the cyphers are the biggest highlight of the show, but oddly enough, the performances this year were better than the cyphers.

Mike WiLL Made-It’s hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd kicked off the night with their performance of “No Flex Zone,” and Bobby Shmurda brought the house down at the end of the night with his closing performance of his summer anthem “Hot N*gga,” which featured a live band, pyrotechnics, and Vine sensation Lil Terrio.

However, the most emotional performance goes to Common, Vince Staples, and Jay Electronica. The three emcees performed their “Kingdom” collaboration, and in an act of solidarity, Common brought out Mike Brown’s parents for a moment of silence.

All the performances are definitely worth watching.

Rae Sremmurd Perform “No Flex Zone”

Young Thug & Rich Homie Quan Perform “Lifestyle”

DJ Mustard Performs A Medley With Special Guests

Migos Perform “Fight Night”

T.I. & Young Thug Perform “Ain’t About The Money”

Common, Vince Staples, & Jay Electronica Perform “Kingdom”


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