The 2017 edition of the annual BET Hip-Hop Awards aired Tuesday night, with Cardi B amongst the performers. Cardi hit the stage with her hit song “Bodak Yellow.” In addition to her killer show, the Bronx rapper took home awards for Hustler of the Year, Best New Artist, and Single of the Year. Check out her performance here.

Other highlights included T-Pain, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, and more opening the night with “I’m So Hood,” Migos performing their single “Too Hotty” and Eminem making a rare appearance to drop an anti-Trump freestyle as part of the show’s long-running cypher series.

Earlier this week, "Bodak Yellow" broke another record, and now Cardi B has the longest running number 1 single by a solo female rapper ever. Revisit “Bodak Yellow” below.

Still not sure what a “Bodak Yellow” is? Check out our guide to Cardi B and her breakthrough hit right here, and the top 10 Cardi B songs right here.

In other music news, Lil Uzi Vert just dropped a music video for every track on his latest album 'Luv is Rage 2.' Check them out right here.

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