The 23rd edition of the BET Awards will join the Grammys and the Juno Awards to celebrate five decades of hip-hop on June 25th
●28th April 2023
The 23rd edition of the BET Awards, tagged “Culture’s Biggest Night,” will air live from Los Angeles at 8pm on Sunday, June 25th. It will join the Grammys and the Juno Awards to celebrate five decades of hip-hop.
“We are thrilled to be back in L.A. for BET Awards 2023 and to celebrate a huge cultural milestone – the 50th anniversary of hip-hop,” Connie Orlando, EVP specials, music programming and music strategy at BET, said in a statement. “For five decades, hip-hop has not only influenced American culture, but has become a global phenomenon and one of the most influential musical genres of our lifetime. From music to fashion, art, and entertainment, we are honored to have always provided a platform for hip-hop to thrive. We look forward to paying tribute to the pioneers and innovators as we amplify the new generation of hip-hop artists like only BET can.”
The complete list of the 2023 BET Awards nominations will be released in early June including more updates on the hosts and featured performances.
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