Master P, Jermaine Dupri and More Honored as Game Changers at VH1 ‘Hip Hop Honors’
On Monday night, VH1 held its latest Hip Hop Honors, with this year's theme being a tribute to the 1990s. The show payed homage to some of the biggest songs and acts of the 1990s but also honored game changers from the decade.
Master P and Jermaine Dupri were honored as '90s Game Changers for their roles in founding So So Def and No Limit Records. This led to performances from Silkk the Shocker, Trick Daddy, Trina and Master P himself.
The night also included a performance from Warren G who performed his hit "Regulate" and got some help from Ty Dolla $ign who acted as the late Nate Dogg.
Fallen hip-hop stars were a big theme of the night as Fabolous, Lil Kim and Havoc paid tribute to Prodigy, performing Mobb Deep's "Quiet Storm (Remix)," and Fat Joe and Remy Ma honored Big Pun with a performance of "Still Not a Playa."
Mariah Carey was also honored for her role in 1990s hip-hop, as she collaborated with some of the biggest stars of the decade. The singer performed on Monday night with Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat and The Lox.
Check out some of the performances from the night below.