Black Entertainment Television will air The 2003 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 8 p.m. EST/PST.
The awards, taped in Miami Oct. 13, were selected by the editorial staff of hip-hop magazine The Source, based on this past year’s songs and artists with the most impact.
Among the winners:
• 50 Cent, who nabbed Male Single of the Year, Breakthrough Artist of the Year and Album of the Year;
• Nelly, for Male Artist of the Year, as well as special recognition with the Source Youth Foundation Image Award;
• Lil’ Kim who took home Female Artist of the Year and Female Single of the Year;
• The Neptunes, honored with Producer of the Year;
• Lil’ Jon & The East Side Boyz for Artist of the Year-Group and Video of the Year; and
• Sean Paul, for Dancehall/Reggae Album of the Year.
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