Public Enemy's Chuck D joins forces with rappers Nas, YG, Black Thought and Rapsody to perform the iconic anthem "Fight the Power."
Rapper Roddy Ricch treats viewers to his chart-topping songs "High Fashion" and "The Box."
John Legend blesses the BET Awards 2020 with his uplifting track "Never Break" from his album "Bigger Love."
Rapper-songwriter Masego celebrates the beauty and resilience of Black women with his inspirational track "Queen Tings."
D Smoke and SiR team up for an emotionally charged performance of "Let Go" and "Black Habits" at the BET Awards 2020.
Singer Jennifer Hudson shares her powerful rendition of Nina Simone's influential protest song "Young, Gifted & Black."
Lonr. gives fans all the feels as he performs his infectious single "Make the Most" at the BET Awards 2020.
Megan Thee Stallion brings energy to the BET Awards as she performs her new single "Girls in the Hood" and her massive hit "Savage."
Lil Wayne performs an updated version of his song "Kobe Bryant" to address the COVID-19 pandemic, the Black Lives Matter protests and the death of the basketball star.
Alicia Keys performs her heart-wrenching 2020 single "Perfect Way to Die" with emotionally moving visuals dedicated to those who lost their lives to police brutality.
Sister duo Chloe x Halle perform their hits "Forgive Me" and "Do It" with outfits inspired by artists that have influenced them, including TLC.
Amanda Seales introduces Summer Walker and Usher before their duet of "Session 32," "Come Thru" and "U Make Me Wanna."
Gospel musician Jonathan McReynolds and country stars Kane Brown perform their songs "People" and "Worldwide Beautiful."
Anderson .Paak and Jay Rock perform "Lockdown," a powerful song about the impact of COVID-19 on Black Americans and the nationwide protests against police brutality.
Amanda Seales introduces Kierra Sheard and her mother Karen Clark Sheard who perform Kierra's song "Something Has to Break" from her self-titled album.
DaBaby takes over the BET Awards 2020 with his hit single "Rockstar," featuring fellow rapper Roddy Ricch.
Hattie's flirtation hits a speed bump, Marie gets blindsided at work, and Nia's improv scene goes left on the next episode of Twenties, Wednesday at 10:30/9:30c.
The Hip Hop Awards 2020, hosted by 85 South, will feature the genre's biggest names including Master P, Lil Baby, City Girls, Big Sean, Flo Milli, Jack Harlow, Jhene Aiko and more.