Who did 50 Cent lose the Grammy to?

50 Cent remains salty about losing ‘Best New Artist’ to Evanescence at 2004 Grammys. During his Hollywood Walk of Fame acceptance speech, 50 Cent showed that his loss of Best New Artist to Evanescence still touches a nerve. The rapper kept things honest as he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

What did 50 Cent accomplish?

50 Cent has sold over 30 million albums worldwide and won several awards, including a Grammy Award, thirteen Billboard Music Awards, six World Music Awards, three American Music Awards and four BET Awards.

How many GRAMMYs do 50 Cent have?

List of awards and nominations received by 50 Cent

50 Cent in 2011
Award Wins Nominations
Billboard Music Awards 13 18
Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards 16 0
Grammy Awards 1 14

Who paid for 50 Cent shot?

“The guy who actually shot me is dead and the guy who paid him to do it got life in jail.” According to Billboard, it was Darryl Baum who actually shot 50 cent, under the instructions of “crack kingpin” Kenneth McGriff, as revenge for a song detailing McGriff’s criminal past.

Who was the host of the 2003 MOBO Awards?

In 2003, the MOBO awards show moved to The Royal Albert Hall and was hosted by Blu Cantrell and Lil’ Kim, with performances from DMX, Lumidee, Wayne Wonder, George Benson, Lemar, Seal, Mis-Teeq and Redman, J’Nay John Adeleye, Big Brovaz, The Black Eyed Peas and Kool and the Gang.

What are the MOBO Awards?

Since its inception in 1996, the MOBO Awards has become one of Europe’s biggest and most influential music award ceremonies, celebrating excellence in black music in the UK and internationally for more than 20 years in the musical fields of hip-hop, grime, RnB, soul, reggae, jazz, gospel, and African music.

Who won the MOBO Unsung Awards 2012?

^ Guy, Peter (11 July 2012). “Liverpool soul star Esco Williams wins MOBO Unsung Award”. Liverpool Echo. Retrieved 23 November 2021. ^ “MOBO UnSung 2012: Artists Catch Up – Esco Williams, Jacob Banks & more | MOBO Awards”. web.archive.org. 22 February 2013.

Did Sade ever perform at the MOBO Awards?

In 2000, Sade came out of retirement to perform at the Awards, her first performance in almost a decade. Kanya King launched the MOBO awards in 1996, aiming to establish a platform for music that, according to King, encompasses urban, hip hop, R&B and reggae.