Vh1’s Hip Hop Honors 2017 aired last night with appearances and performances by artists that stood out during the 90s era. Deemed the “90s Game Changers,” the show honored those individuals who helped change the game in music, film, and television industries. Those saluted this year were Martin Lawrence, Jermaine Dupri, Mariah Carey, Master P and director Hype Williams.

Hosted by Regina Hall, Hip Hop Honors called on Timbaland, Faith Evans, DJ Khaled and others to help present awards. There were even entertainers like T.I. who held it down backstage and announced the next act to hit the stage.

The incomparable Missy Elliott to perform “She’s a B*tch” almost identically to the way the song was presented when it came out in 1999. She wore a black latex bodysuit similar to the one seen in the Hype Williams-directed video.

Lil Kim, Havoc and Fabolous honored the late Prodigy of Mobb Deep, and Martin Lawrence was saluted for his popular ’90s sitcom “Martin.” The 305 was represented by Trick Daddy and Trina, while Romeo and his uncle Silk Tha Shocker put on in the name of Master P’s No Limit Records empire.

Xscape performed a medley of Southern hits from the 90’s, then Jermaine Dupri and Master P were honored for their influence and impact on the culture.

“They said hip-hop was going to [last] four or five years. Twenty five years later, we are owning businesses,” said Master P. “This is only the beginning.”

For a full recap of the show, visit www.vh1.com.