Artists Talk 'Dirty South' At Hip-Hop Honors

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NEW YORK - JUNE 03: Timbaland (L) and Missy Elliott attend the 2010 Vh1 Hip Hop Honors at Hammerstein Ballroom on June 3, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Vh1)

The 2010 VH1 "Hip-Hop Honors: The Dirty South" aired last night (June 7) on the network, but before the show went live, Billboard caught up with some of this year's performers and honorees to talk about the contributions from the South and much more.

Kid Capri discusses the South's contributions and his upcoming projects.

Master P, alongside sons Romeo and Valentino, shares his thoughts on being honored during the 2010 Hip-Hop Honors.

Nelly and Murphy Lee tell fans what Organized Noise has contributed to music.

Cool Breeze from the Dungeon Family says the South brought "change, music and loyalty" to rap music.

Khujoe Goodie from the Goodie Mob talks about the upcoming Outkast project.

Silkk The Shocker talks about honoring his brother, Master P, and his upcoming project.

Asher Roth says the South offered more than just booty shaking, but also "shared knowledge with the rest of the world."

Watch rehearsal highlights from the 2010 Hip-Hop Honors.