Highlights from the 2023 BET Awards: Burna Boy Wins Best International Act for the Fourth Time

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Highlights from the BET Awards: Burna Boy Wins Best

The 2023 BET Awards featured electrifying performances from artists like Davido, Quavo, and Offset. Burna Boy won the BET 2023 ‘Best International Act’ for the fourth time, and Cameroon’s Libianca became the first Cameroonian singer to win ‘Best New International Act.’ Kendrick Lamar won ‘Best Male Hip Hop Artist,’ Beyonce triumphed in three categories, and Latto was named ‘Best Female Hip Hop Artist.’ Teyana Taylor won ‘Video Director of the Year,’ Marsai Martin won the ‘Youngstars Award,’ and Kirk Franklin and Maverick City Music were honored as ‘Gospel/Inspirational Artists’ of the year. Other winners included Drake, SZA, Usher, Chris Brown, and Glorilla.
 

From Davido headlining the event with an electrifying performance of his two hit songs ‘Feel’ and ‘Unavailable’ to Quavo and Offset reuniting to pay tribute to late Takeoff with a perfect emotional performance, the 2023 BET awards ceremony kick-started with ease.

There were quite new faces but the Afrobeat Giant, Burna Boy once more dominated the show after he emerged as the BET 2023 ‘Best International Act‘ winning the prize for the fourth time (2019, 2020, 2021, 2023).

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Cameroonian sensation, Libianca astonishingly surpassed the Nigerian heated maestro, Asake alongside her other strong nominees to clinch the ‘Best New International Act‘ making her the first Cameroonian singer to attain such a feat.

As anticipated Kendrick Lamar won the ‘Best Male Hip Hop Artist‘ adding more to his enormous BET Awards collection having consistently proved his abilities consecutively for years.

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Another American sensation identified as Coco Jones astonished music enthusiasts last night and emerged as the ‘Best New Act‘.

Iconic Rap Legend, Busta Rhymes was honoured with a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award‘ that left him emotional which he portrayed during his speech.

Beyonce triumphed in three categories after her hit song ‘Break My Soul’ clinched the ‘Viewers Choice‘ and ‘BET Her‘ prize while her evergreen album, ‘Renaissance’ dominated other incredible albums to emerge as the ‘Album Of The Year‘.

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