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2024 BET Awards: From Megan Thee Stallion To Victoria Monét, The Women Were The Moment

We know that women have been running the music industry for a while, and the 2024 BET Awards showcased that perfectly through its many performances. But before we get into the performances, we must first acknowledge our sister, the beloved actress Taraji P. Henson, who hosted the award show and looked good doing it. While she isn't a musical artist, she did, however, open her set, rapping her own version of Kendrick Lamar's "Not Like Us."


Megan Thee Stallion set the tone by opening the show, performing a melody of songs from her new self-titled album. Victoria Monét had everyone singing along to "On My Mama" and gasping for air with her sultry performance of "Alright." She also took home two awards: BET Her and Video of the Year. Sexyy Red instantly had everyone on their feet when she performed "U My Everything" and "Get It Sexy." GloRilla performed her popular anthem "Yeah Glo!," her most recent hit "TGIF," and Megan joined her onstage to rap their song "Wanna Be" together.

Keke Palmer performs at 2024 BET AwardsKeke PalmerPhoto by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for BET

Latto took us to church with "Sunday Service" and showed out with "Big Mama." Five-year-old VanVan and eight-year-old Heiress Harris gave the cutest performance of their song "Be You." Ice Spice performed her viral hit "Think You The Shit (Fart). The legendary Lauryn Hill sang a melody of her hits from "Lost Ones" to Fugees' "Fu-Gee-La" with Wyclef Jean and her son YG Marley joined her to give a riveting performance of "Praise Jah In The Morning." Tyla took us to Africa with her recent single "Jump," featuring Skillibeng and Gunna, and she also walked away with two awards. She won Best New Artist and Best International Act.

Sexyy Red performing at 2024 BET Awards

Sexyy Red

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But that's not all. While Usher was being honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award, he received a primarily female tribute. This included Coco Jones, Marsha Ambrosius, Teyana Taylor, Chloe Bailey, Keke Palmer, Victoria Monét, Tinashe, Summer Walker, and Latto. Check out each performance below.

Megan Thee Stallion Performs "Boa," "Hiss" And "Where Them Girls At"

Victoria Monét Performs "On My Mama" And "Alright" 

GloRilla Performs "Yeah Glo!" "TGIF," And "Wanna Be!"

Tyla, Gunna & Skillibeng Perform "Jump" 

Latto Performs "Sunday Service" And "Big Mama"

Sexyy Red Performs "Get It Sexyy" And "U My Everything" 

Ice Spice Performs "Think You The Shit (Fart)"

VanVan And Heiress Perform "Be You"

Lauryn Hill And Son YG Marley Perform "Praise Jah In The Moonlight"

Teyana Taylor, Victoria Monét, Coco Jones, Chloe Bailey, Keke Palmer And More Honor Usher

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