BET Music's stamp of approval on the next big thing in music. Each month, a new emerging artist will be highlighted through feature stories, videos and more. This month's featured artist to watch is Kaliii.
BET Amplified Videos
Catch Up with These Emerging Artists on Amplified Rewind
2023 BET Amplified artists HDBeenDope, Larry June and Ambré talk creative processes and reflect on getting their big breaks.
Asake Plays This or That
Nigerian singer-songwriter Asake reveals his favorite movie genre, hot beverage, go-to West African cuisine and other preferences while playing This or That.
Ambre Discusses Her Dream CollaborationBET Awards 2023
The New Orleans native has a long list, but there’s one person at the top.
Larry June Plays Let Me Explain
BET Amplified Artist Larry June has 30 seconds to break down topics like how fans should approach him, the differences between San Francisco and Los Angeles, and fatherhood.
HDBeenDope Plays Pass the Aux
Brooklyn rapper HDBeenDope shows love to Notorious B.I.G., Lauryn Hill, 50 Cent and more while choosing whether to play, skip or delete some of hip hop's hottest tracks.
Coco Jones Plays This or That
Actress and singer Coco Jones dishes on why she prefers being a solo artist and listening to 2000s R&B, Kirk Franklin, energetic live bands and Frank Ocean's "Thinkin' Bout You."
Lola Brooke Plays Let Me Explain
Rapper Lola Brooke takes a beat to explain everything there is to know about New York delis, studio protocol, her native city Brooklyn and more.
Get to Know BET Amplified Artist of the Month Lola Brooke
Brooklyn-based rapper Lola Brooke explains how her breakout hit "Don't Play With It" took her by surprise and discusses her hip-hop influences and performing at the Barclays Center.
Get to Know BET Amplified Artist of the Month Armani White
BET Amplified Artist Armani White talks about his first hit video, inspiration from fellow Philly artists and diverging from his usual "happy hood music" to eulogize his lost loved ones.
Armani White Plays Pass the Aux
West Philly rapper Armani White faces some tough choices as he decides between playing, skipping or deleting tracks by artists like Eve, 112, Meek Mill -- and himself -- in Pass the Aux.