Legends ruled and a young king was crowned at Sunday night’s BET awards. Because nostalgia is just so in right now, nineties stalwarts Maxwell, Xscape, Tamar Braxton and New Edition all performed, and managed to outshine successors like Trey Songz.

The sheer number of performances has always been the thing the BET awards get so right, and this latest iteration hosted by Leslie Jones was no different. Joining R&B’s old guard on stage was hip-hop’s best and brightest.

Migos’ Quavo was all over the place, first assisting Post Malone for a rendition of his smash “Congratulations” before joining his groupmates for a raucous performance of their monster hits “Bad and Boujee” and “T Shirt.”

#BetAwards2017 | #Migos perform medley of their hit songs including #Congratulations #TShirt & #badandboujee

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Unfortunately Migos’ night will probably be remembered for their antics off stage more than anything. The Atlanta rappers were involved in a heated confrontation with Joe Budden after the Harlem MC dropped his mic and walked off the set in the middle of an interview he was conducting the group. Security intervened before the situation escalated, but it was a stark reminder of how highly charged these nights can be.

Speaking of egos, Chris Brown was also reportedly involved in a skirmish with Migos after the show. Brown’s presence, which included a performance, was a definite low light of the evening. Who keeps inviting him to these things, anyways?

In stark contrast to Brown’s problematic history, there was Chance the Rapper, who was on hand to accept the Humanitarian Award for his philanthropic efforts in his hometown of Chicago. The 24-year-old rapper (yes, he’s only 24) delivered a poignant speech in which he touched on racial injustice, police brutality, mass incarceration and our country’s outdated marijuana laws. “I’m a good man and I’m gonna become a better man.”

Former First Lady Michelle Obama agrees with that assessment, calling Chance “an inspiration to all of us who care about our next generation” in a video introduction for the rapper.

Believe it or not, some actual awards were handed out. Best Male rapper was a no-brainer as Kendrick Lamar took home the award and probably will for years to come. The female rap winner was more of a surprise, as Remy Ma ousted her rival Nicki Minaj for the honor. Victory probably never tasted as sweet.