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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JUNE 22: Yung Miami performs at the 7th Annual BET Experience at L.A. Live Presented by Coca-Cola at Staples Center on June 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

I was so excited when I found out Yung Miami aka Caresha was being nominated for Best Hip Hop Platform at this year’s BET Hip Hop Awards!

I love her podcast Caresha Please, and literally have not missed a week.  Her podcast is packed with the hottest interviews in Hip Hop, and she never lets us down by shying away from the questions other interviews are shy about touching on.

I think it’s notable because not only is she the newest nominee to have launched her platform, hers is the only solo female show, plus she is up against some giants.

We’re talking The Breakfast Club, Drink Champs, NPR’s Tiny Desk, Milllion Dollaz Worth of Game, and Verzuz to name a few!

I hope she is as proud of herself as her fans are of her because she’s kind of a big deal in multiple lanes at this point. I already voted for her & I hope you do too. Click the link here to check out all of the nominees.

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