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2024 BET Awards Red Carpet Interviews with Top Stars [WATCH] – GoldDerby

The 24th BET Awards were held on June 30, 2024, at the Peacock Theater in Los Angeles. The event honored notable achievements in music, sports, television, and film. The evening was emceed for the third time by Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson. Music icon Usher was bestowed with the Lifetime Achievement Award, further adding to the evening’s splendor. Gold Derby’s associate editor, Latasha Ford, graced the red carpet to talk with celebrities as they arrived at the venue, adding an extra layer of excitement to the affair.

As tradition goes, the BET Awards not only celebrate outstanding black excellence in entertainment but also provide fans a chance to see their favorite stars up close. Here’s a glimpse into those exciting red carpet interviews:

Killer Mike, known both as a rapper and activist, shared insights about his latest projects. Afrobeat sensation AMIRROR showcased his enthusiasm for the blending of cultures through music.

Raheem DeVaughn, beloved singer-songwriter, expressed his gratitude for being honored at such a prestigious event. Gospel singer Koryn Hawthorne shared her excitement about her upcoming performances and participations.

Creative minds like stylist and designer Bryon Javar discussed their latest work. Actors like Candace Maxwell from “All the Queen’s Men” and the cast of “The Family Business,” including Ben Stephens and Dylan Weber, talked about their latest roles and how monumental this recognition was for them.

Rappers such as Flo Milli, KenTheMan, Moneybagg Yo, Skilla Baby, and Tee Grizzley brought their unique energy to the red carpet, reflecting on their nominations and new music. Veteran artists like Too $hort also took a moment to appreciate the evolving landscape of hip-hop. Comedian and actor Karlous Miller shared how comedy brings people together, even in times of dividing opinions.

Producer Polow da Don and artist Marini the Don made appearances, discussing the synergy between their work. deejay and singer Spice added vibrancy with her unique flair and style.

Yung Miami took some time to share her excitement about her latest projects and how much it meant to be at the BET Awards. Meanwhile, Veronica Nichols, producer and director of “The Family Business,” talked about bringing diverse stories into mainstream entertainment.

Other notable appearances included Teenear, who shared her journey as a rising singer; Justina Valentine, television host and rapper, who added her own flavor to the event with her bold and brash statements.

The evening was a blend of joyful reunions and celebrations of achievements across different artistic domains. Each star had their moment, reflecting on their journey and projecting their visions for the future. Amidst the glittering evening wear and flashing cameras, the 24th BET Awards once again highlighted the importance of recognizing and celebrating Black excellence in entertainment.

It was not just an awards show, but a marker of cultural milestones, personal achievements, and collective victories.

Source: Variety, Bennett Raglin/Getty Images, Gold Derby.