Mariah Carey and Missy Elliott's Performances at VH1's Hip Hop Honors Will Make You Miss the '90s


Mariah Carey and Missy Elliott's Performances at VH1's Hip Hop Honors Will Make You Miss the '90s


Mariah teamed up with Jermaine Dupri and Da Brat for 'Honey' while Missy wowed fans with fiery rendition of 'She's a B***h' at the event.
Mariah Carey took us all back to the good old days with her performance at VH1's Hip Hop Honors: '90s Game Changers. The pop diva was joined by Jermaine Dupri and Da Brat for an epic rendition of her 1997 hit "Honey". The two rappers were trading verses in a convertible before the camera panned over to Mariah at the center stage.

Rocking a black jumpsuit which was partially unzipped to flaunt her ample cleavage, the "All I Want for Christmas Is You" hitmaker looked classy as she slayed the classic jam. Backed by some hunky dancers who were dressed as sailors, Mariah later hopped onto a golden jet ski at one point during the performance.



As previously reported, Mariah was one of the honorees at the event. She was honored for her many collaborations with hip-hop artists over the years. Mariah has released countless pop hits, many of which feature A-list rappers, such as Jay-Z, P. Diddy, Busta Rhymes, Nas and Snoop Dogg among others.

Besides Mariah, Missy Elliott took the stage at the awards show for an equally show-stopping performance. Going all black and sporting a bald head, she proved that she's still one of the best rappers today with a fiery rendition of "She's a B***h".



Trick Daddy, Trina, Lil' Romeo and Xscape also joined in on the fun. They joined forces to perform an epic mash-up. Trick Daddy and Trina opened the set with their rowdy song "Ain't No Naan". Lil' Romeo then channeled his father Master P to perform "My Baby". Xscape later stole the night with their performance of "Just Kickin' It".



VH1's Hip Hop Honors has taken place eight times since 2004. It was an annual show until it went on hiatus for six years since 2010. Last year, the show returned with some honorees, including Queen Latifah, Lil' Kim, Missy Elliott and Salt-N-Pepa.


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