2017 Madison Hip-Hop Awards Winners #MHHA17

UCAN's flagship event, the Madison Hip-Hop Awards made it through eight years! Thank you to everyone who showed up and showed out to make last night awards show one of the best we've ever had! We give a special thank you to the Majestic Theater for hosting us.

We can't say enough about our video team, Hinckley Productions! If you have any video needs, Natalie Hinckley is the woman you want to see. She is a beast and her team does amazing work. Hinckley covered our entire awards show complete with a live stream and also produced the cyphers (stay tuned for those videos!).

We also extend a huge thank you to China Moon and Bartender 608 Intoxicologists and Cocktail Caterers! If you have a private party or event, there really isn't anywhere else to look.




Finally, we thank Elijah McCloskey of Freewheel Bikes and Lothlorien Coop. Elijah has been a long time supporter of local Hip-Hop and we are honored to have him as a sponsor.

Thanks to Capital City Hues, our press partner this year, for exceptional coverage and support of this and so many other local events and causes. Thanks to everyone else who sponsored and supported this event and UCAN in general.


Without further ado, here are your 2017 MHHA Winners!

Rap Artist of the YearLucien Parker
Group of the Year3rd Dimension
Song of the YearMic Check - Chris Jewson
Video of the YearFeel Good Inc. - Chris Jewson, directed by Chris Jewson & Eric Moehr
Album of the YearRebirth - Victoria aka Crown Vic
Videographer of the YearErkjam Productions
Rookie of the YearChris Jewson
R&B Artist of the YearVictoria aka Crown Vic
DJ of the YearDJay Mando
Collab of the YearMy All - Lucien Parker ft. Sierra DeMartino
Mixtape of the YearWisco Trap - DJ Sixteen
Producer of the YearDevinci Beats
Studio EngineerLucien Parker
Promoter of the YearIntellectual Ratchet
Radio Personality of the YearMaria "MaDee" Lopez
Hip-Hop Dancer of the YearBboy Riven
Most InfluentialWill Green & Sashe Mishur
Spotlight AwardJa'Mel A. Ware

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UCAN Needs YOUR Help


Urban Community Arts Network (UCAN) is launching an online fundraising campaign for $5,000 for 2017. These funds will support our educational and professional development programs for urban artists that employ a two-generational approach with a long-term goal of reducing economic racial disparities in Madison. Donate now by visiting http://bit.ly/UCAN2017



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