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WATCH: Missy Elliott, Lil' Kim Bring All the Nostalgic Feels to VH1 'Hip Hop Honors'

From Missy’s “She’s a Bitch” opener to Kim, Fabolous and Havoc’s tribute to the late Prodigy, here are some of the highlights from VH1’s annual celebration.

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VH1 to Honor Martin Lawrence at 'Hip Hop Honors'

VH1’s Hip Hop Honors: The ’90s Game Changers” will revisit the music, film and television that defined Black creative achievement in the last decade of the 20th century. 

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Stream Series Premiere of Hip-Hop Period Drama 'The Breaks' for Free

The new series takes inspiration from Dan Charnas’ book, “The Big Payback,” and focuses on three friends navigating the early ’90s hip-hop business.

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Relive the Hits From the Badass Women Featured at This Year's 'Hip Hop Honors'

VH1 Hip Hop Honors: All Hail The Queens” featured performances from Queen Latifah, Lil Kim and Eve.

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Marc Lamont Hill to Host New VH1 Late-Night Talk Show

VH1 Live!” premieres Sunday, July 17.

'Hip Hop Honors' Returns, Will Exclusively Big Up Women

The show will air July 11 at 9 p.m. ET.

Feed Your Hip-Hop Nostalgia With VH1's First Trailer for 'The Breaks'

The original movie premieres January 4. 

Diplo Teams Up With Questlove, Black Thought on New Music Show

The show premieres on July 23 on VH1 and Palladia.

TLC Releases New Song 'Meant To Be' Ahead of VH1 Biopic

They’re back.

Race Discussions Blow Up at SXSW Premiere of LA Riots Documentary

A Korean-American that attended the film premiere called out the director for “just showing Koreans with guns.”