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HHV Artist of the Year 2018: Cardi B

   By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Some people were shocked to see Cardi B named Artist of the Year, last year, but she earned it. Despite blowing up towards the end of 2017, Cardi B ended up being the most-streamed and discussed rapper in the game. On top of that, she topped

HHV Artist of the Year: Cardi B

By Alyssa Debonair Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Look, this is Cardi B's world, and everyone else has just lived in it. Early in 2017, it looked like DJ Khaled would repeat his success, and he actually did, but Cardi B just outperformed him. The career years from Kendrick Lamar, Future, and French Montana

Hip Hop Vibe’s Artist of the Year 2016: DJ Khaled

By YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Admittedly, DJ Khaled didn't have his best year in 2015 and it made him frustrated. Usually, DJ Khaled is the most-positive guy in the room, but he admitted that he shared his frustration with others. But, he realized he had the power to change

Hip Hop Vibe’s Artist of the Year 2015: Drake

By YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Baaack... to baaack..., but this is the three-peat, huh? The past couple of years in hip hop have belonged to Drake, but this year was special. It looked like he would top 2015 off with Views From The 6, but he didn't even need that. Early

Hip Hop Vibe’s Artist of the Year 2014: Drake

By K.B. Tindal Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Consistency is key in anything a person wants to do and do well, but a person knows how great they are when they can miss a little time and still be on top. This pretty much sums up Drake's efforts in 2014. He did

Hip Hop Vibe’s Artist of the Year 2013: Drake

By K.B. Tindal Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer After putting out albums in 2010 and 2011, fans expected Drake to drop an album in 2012 and he hinted at putting one out. But, in the end, Drake ended up being one of the most-popular guest features in the game. Drake had a

Hip Hop Vibe’s Artist of the Year: Game

By Hardcore Critic Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer In 2012, Game lived up to his name as it belonged to him. Game started 2012 closing out The R.E.D. Album. Kendrick Lamar was already making moves, but when Game chose “The City” as his final single, it opened up new avenues for him. Along

Hip Hop Vibe’s Artist of the Year: Drake

By Hardcore Critic Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Throughout the year of 2011, there was one voice which remained constant. While Lil Wayne and Rick Ross appeared in more headlines, Drake silently dominated 2011. Despite his Take Care sophomore effort being delayed, Drake still managed to take over the rap game, once

Hip Hop Vibe’s Artist of the Year: Eminem

By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Eminem has been dominant for years, but he has never had a year quite like 2010. Last year, Eminem returned from a five-year hiatus and went platinum, but was still written off. Critics panned his singles, "Crack a Bottle" and "We Made

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