The 2014 Female Hip Hop Honors ceremony is growing by leaps and bounds as it prepares for the big day on September 13, and now the long-anticipated event has added a broadcast partner, to bring the show to exited fans everywhere. Prime TV, the nation's fastest growing "connected" TV network, has signed on to broadcast this star-studded, gala event, making it possible for viewers to enjoy all the fun on a variety of devices, through the cutting-edge Roku Player, and on mainstream television. Produced by the Underground Girls Of Hip Hop, at Los Angeles' Warner Grand Theater, Prime TV will play an integral role in televising this third year award ceremony. This year, comedians Rodney Perry and Melanie Comarcho will team up to host founder Shylise Simpson's official and symbolic recognition of the leading female independent hip-hop artists of today, and the trailblazers of years gone by.
FEMALE HIP HOP HONOR AWARDS 2014
PRIME TV NETWORK™ TO BROADCAST 2014 FEMALE HIP HOP HONORS; NEW PERFORMERS REVEALED
This year's honorees include pioneering rap group Oaktown 357, formed a quarter-century ago by MC Hammer, "Lyrics For Life" recipient Da Brat, whose iconic presence has been a mainstay of the music industry, and a Grammy nominee. Michel'le, a legendary R&B songstress (whose appearances on R&B Divas are widely acclaimed) will be recognized with the "R&B/Hip Hop Lifetime Achievement Award", for her long list of notable career accomplishments. Another Grammy nominee, Charli Baltimore, will receive the "Unstoppable Woman Award", for her work as an independent artist, BMB Records VP, and role model. Charli's music has been heard by millions of adoring fans all over the world. This year's "Humanitarian Award" goes to Doreen Broadnax, aka Sparky D, who stole a march on the hip-hop world when she challenged the reign of the iconic Roxanne Shante with a single that still has the streets talking. Ms. Broadnax turned her own rise, fall, and rebirth into a positive force that helps teach and assist various communities, through her "Treasured Togetherness Program".
There's also a plethora of other nominees this year, each and all dedicated, gifted performers from around the hip-hop world. These include Dutch Rebelle, Candis She Is Hip Hop, Cocc Pistol Cree, Ana Baby, Azealia Banks, Lore'L, Snow Da Product, Tiffany Foxx, Honey Cocaine, Brianna Perry, Shelly B, La Femme Nakita, 3D Na'Tee, Young Lyric, SZA, QT Jazz, L-Streetz, Cymphonique, Kanary Diamond, Drama Ganza, Nisha Rockstarr, Nanci O, Natasha E., Felicia Rivers, Mara The Hip Hop Socialite, Lushy Lush, Delaina Dixon, Mrs. Black Dyamond, Natural Red, No Lay, Amplify Dot, Shystie, Brooke Candy, Jhene Aiko and Sevyn Streeter. You can visit to see the complete list of 2014 Fenale Hip Hop Honors hopefuls.
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