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2019 BET: Cardi B, Drake, and Beyoncé lead awards nominations [See full list]

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2019 BET: Cardi B, Drake, and Beyoncé lead awards nominations [See full list]

BET Networks has announced the 2019 nominees with Cardi B, Drake and Beyoncé leading the 2019 awards nomination.

Cardi B earned an impressive seven nominations, including Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, two separate nods in both the Best Collaboration and Video of the Year categories, Album of the Year and the Coca-Cola®Viewers’ Choice Award.

Drake follows with five nods for Best Male Hip-Hop Artist, Video of the Year, Best Collaboration and the Coca-Cola® Viewers’ Choice Award.

Beyoncé, Travis Scott and J. Cole all scored four nominations each, while Bruno Mars, 21 Savage, Childish Gambino, H.E.R. and Ella Mai each received three nominations.

The 2019 “BET AWARDS” will hold 24 June 2019, 1:00 am WAT, to celebrate the brightest stars across music, television, film, sports and philanthropy.

WuzupNaija reports that Nigeria music artiste like Teni the Entertainer, Burna Boy, Mr Eazi are some the African stars that earned nominations.

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist

BEYONCÉ
ELLA MAI
H.E.R.
SOLANGE
SZA
TEYANA TAYLOR

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Best Male R&B/Pop Artist

ANDERSON.PAAK
BRUNO MARS
CHILDISH GAMBINO
CHRIS BROWN
JOHN LEGEND
KHALID

Best Group

CHLOE X HALLE
CITY GIRLS
LIL BABY & GUNNA
MIGOS
THE CARTERS

Best Collaboration

21 SAVAGE FT. J. COLE – “A LOT ”
CARDI B & BRUNO MARS – “PLEASE ME”
CARDI B FT. BAD BUNNY & J BALVIN – “I LIKE IT”
H.E.R. FT. BRYSON TILLER – “COULD’VE BEEN”
TRAVIS SCOTT FT. DRAKE – “SICKO MODE”
TYGA FT. OFFSET – “TASTE”

Best Male Hip-Hop Artist

21 SAVAGE
DRAKE
J. COLE
MEEK MILL
NIPSEY HUSSLE
TRAVIS SCOTT

Best Female Hip-Hop Artist

CARDI B
KASH DOLL
LIZZO
MEGAN THEE STALLION
NICKI MINAJ
REMY MA

Video of the Year

21 SAVAGE – “A LOT” FT. J. COLE
CARDI B – “MONEY”
CARDI B & BRUNO MARS – “PLEASE ME”
CHILDISH GAMBINO – “THIS IS AMERICA”
DRAKE – “NICE FOR WHAT”
THE CARTERS – “APESHIT”

Video Director of the Year

BENNY BOOM
COLIN TILLEY
DAVE MEYERS
HYPE WILLIAMS
KARENA EVANS

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Best New Artist

BLUEFACE
CITY GIRLS
JUICE WRLD
LIL BABY
QUEEN NAIJA
Dr. Bobby Jones

Best Gospel/Inspirational Award

ERICA CAMPBELL FT. WARRYN CAMPBELL – “ALL OF MY LIFE”
FRED HAMMOND – “TELL ME WHERE IT HURTS”
KIRK FRANKLIN – “LOVE THEORY”
SNOOP DOGG FT. RANCE ALLEN – “BLESSING ME AGAIN”
TORI KELLY FT. KIRK FRANKLIN – “NEVER ALONE”

Best International Act

AKA (SOUTH AFRICA)
AYA NAKAMURA (FRANCE)
BURNA BOY (NIGERIA)
DAVE (U.K.)
DOSSEH (FRANCE)
GIGGS (U.K.)
MR EAZI (NIGERIA)

Best New International Act – (Fan Voted Category)

HEADIE ONE (U.K.)
JOK’AIR (FRANCE)
NESLY (FRANCE)
OCTAVIAN (U.K.)
SHO MADJOZI (AFRICA)
TENIOLA APATA (AFRICA)

Best Actress

ISSA RAE
REGINA HALL
REGINA KING
TARAJI P. HENSON
TIFFANY HADDISH
VIOLA DAVIS

Best Actor

ANTHONY ANDERSON
CHADWICK BOSEMAN
DENZEL WASHINGTON
MAHERSHALA ALI
MICHAEL B. JORDAN
OMARI HARDWICK

YoungStars Award

CALEB MCLAUGHLIN
LYRIC ROSS
MARSAI MARTIN
MICHAEL RAINEY JR.
MILES BROWN

Best Movie

BLACKKKLANSMAN
CREED II
IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK
SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE
THE HATE U GIVE

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Sportswoman of the Year

ALLYSON FELIX
CANDACE PARKER
NAOMI OSAKA
SERENA WILLIAMS
SIMONE BILES

Sportsman of the Year

KEVIN DURANT
LEBRON JAMES
ODELL BECKHAM JR.
STEPHEN CURRY
TIGER WOODS

Album of the Year

ASTROWORLD
CHAMPIONSHIPS
ELLA MAI
EVERYTHING IS LOVE
INVASION OF PRIVACY

2019 Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award

CARDI B, BAD BUNNY & J BALVIN – “I LIKE IT”
CHILDISH GAMBINO – “THIS IS AMERICA”
DRAKE – “IN MY FEELINGS”
ELLA MAI – “TRIP”
J. COLE – “MIDDLE CHILD”
TRAVIS SCOTT FT. DRAKE – “SICKO MODE”

BET Her Award

ALICIA KEYS – “RAISE A MAN”
CIARA – “LEVEL UP”
H.E.R. – “HARD PLACE”
JANELLE MONÁE – “PYNK”
QUEEN NAIJA – “MAMA’S HAND”
TEYANA TAYLOR – “ROSE IN HARLEM”

Connie Orlando, Executive Vice President, Head of Programming at BET, will serve as Executive Producer for the 2019″BET AWARDS”along with Jesse Collins, CEO of Jesse Collins Entertainment.

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