Join Our Hip Hop Honors Live Blog Party Tonight!

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VH1 is teaming up with Fab 5 Freddy, Amerie and Global Grind to live blog tonight’s VH1 Hip Hop Honors (9/8c). Hosted by Tracy Morgan (a.k.a. Scoopy “Dumplin Butts” Giles), this year’s show pays homage to Def Jam’s 25th anniversary. So it goes without saying the lineup will be hot! Performers include The Roots, Ludacris, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Rick Ross, Ja Rule, Gym Class Heroes, DMX, Redman, Method Man, ONYX, Public Enemy, Foxy Brown, Ashanti, Warren G, Kid Rock and others. Join our live blog party at 8/7c.

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  1. Anthony m says:

    flave still look like a hot ~(!*(+#+_)&%+@^ mess

  2. deshawn22 says:

    flave still look like a hot )`$~`^*#&~+@$`) mess

  3. wonder says:

    da bronx created it but BROOKLYN keeps on takin it!

  4. wonder says:

    brooklyn all day everyday

  5. MELANIE says:

    what was that ashanti and ja rule there was no reaction from t he crown but it was good to see them what really wouldve started the party if he wouldve did that song with him and jlo

  6. Alicia says:

    The amount of Fakeness on television is unreal, Everyone into the fake hair, nails, eye lashes, hair, body parts, and a tone of make-up. It is said

  7. Lala216 says:

    I hope Mary J comes back on JaRule and Ashanti could of been shorter for more time with Mary J and Meth…… and those dudes after them.

  8. Robyn Nieuelder says:

    What was up with Eve’s face after she had mention Ashanti’s name? I look to me like a stank face. What’s with that?

  9. Robyn Nieuelder says:

    What was up with Eve’s face with she had to introduce Ashanti? It looked like a STANK FACE!!!!!! What’s up with that?

  10. 808b00m says:

    2009 VH1 Hip Hop Honors was slamming. Much respect to DJ Jazzy Jeffs turntable performance on LL Cool Js Rock The Bells. Hes always been a perfectionist on the wheels of steel, and hes still considered 1 of the best of all times. I still get chills watching that performance.
    Ofcourse alot of know that Cut Creator & DJ Bobcat did it back then in the ’80s, but DJ Jazzy Jeff was incredible. “AINT NUTHIN LIKE HIP HOP MUSIC”…STETSASONIC