- The BET Hip Hop Awards' first ladies-only cypher (a group rap affair) was one of the best parts of the ceremony
- The cypher which featured Brandy, Erykah Badu, H.E.R. and Teyana Taylor was the first of its kind
- The musicians performed over the beat of Brandy's classic titled I Wanna Be Down during the group affair
Brandy, Erykah Badu, H.E.R. and Teyana Taylor stole the spotlight when they featured on the BET Hip Hop Awards' first ladies-only cypher on Tuesday night, October 27.
A cypher is an informal gathering of rappers, beatboxers, and/or breakdancers in a circle in order to jam musically together.
The ladies took turns rapping over the beat of Brandy's classic titled I Wanna Be Down. People who have watched the cypher have expressed that it was the highlight of the ceremony. The US musicians honoured late Breonna Taylor, black pride and womanhood during their epic collab.
So many peeps have taken to YouTube to watch the cypher since they cannot get over the bars that the talented femcees delivered during the epic cypher.
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Check out some of their comments below:
Da Kid Gowie wrote:
"Best part of the Hip Hop Awards! Salute to the ladies!"
Jacquelyn Green said:
"I know H.E.R. did Lost Souls but she has bars. Like all these women are singers and just came through with good bars."
DJ LADY DIOR commented:
"I need H.E.R. to give us some 'Miseducation Of H.E.R.' vybz on the album because the bars was immaculate."
2badofficial UK said:
"Brandy spoke truth, 'If they don't see us as an equal they not allowed'."
Miillie Mesh wrote:
"Erykah Badu dropped futuristic black bars. I really love that they did this over Brandy's beat."
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Monique Samuel added:
"This is a vibe. Much-needed for the culture. H.E.R. is the modern Lauren Hill. Love love this."
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