The West Coast Wins Big At The 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards

At last night’s 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards (Oct.14), the west coast won big. DJ Mustard took home three awards, including DJ of the Year, MVP of the Year and Producer of the Year. Mustard’s musical better half YG won Track of the Year and Best Collab for Duo or Group for the smash hit “My N***a.” Kendrick Lamar won the Lyricist of the Year category for the second time while his controversial year-old verse on Big Sean’s “Control” earned him the Sweet 16: Best Feature Verse award. K. Dot’s mentor Dr. Dre won Hustler of the Year thanks to his lucrative Beats by Dre deal with Apple.

Check out the full list of winners below.

Best Club Banger 
Future, “Move That Dope”

Best Collab, Duo or Group 
YG featuring Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan “My N—a”

Best Hip Hop Video 
Drake, “Worst Behavior”

Best Live Performer 
Kanye West

Album of the Year 
Drake, Nothing Was the Same

Best Mixtape 
Wiz Khalifa, 28 Grams

DJ of the Year 
DJ Mustard

Hustler of the Year 
Dr. Dre

Impact Track 
Common featuring Vince Staples, “Kingdom”

Who Blew Up Award 
Iggy Azalea

Lyricist of the Year 
Kendrick Lamar

Track of the Year 
YG featuring Jeezy and Rich Homie Quan “My N—a”

Video Director of the Year  
Hype Williams

Made You Look Award 
Nicki Minaj

Sweet 16: Best Feature Verse 
Kendrick Lamar, “Control”

MVP of the Year 
DJ Mustard

Producer of the Year
DJ Mustard

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