Compton-based rapper, who made headlines recently after calling out a number of
big name MCs during his freestyle on the Big Sean track, has further proven
that he is quickly dominating the rap game by earning himself 14 nominations
for this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards.
is the show’s reigning Lyricist of the Year and his 2012 album good kid,
m.A.A.d city, which recently sold more than 1 million units.
came in right behind Kendrick with 13 nominations and J. Cole scored 10 nods.
the first time, rap legend Snoop dogg will host the show, which will be taped
Sept. 28 at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center, and airing on Oct. 15.