Tues. Dec 5 | 8:00 PM @Downtown Cultural Arts Center

 Hosted by: Mahogany Brown & Comedian Ant P

Check out the past honorees below

2011 Hall of Fame Class

hall of fame honorees

DJ EQUALIZER

Through his Inner City Records label, this DJ and Producer, created several early Baltimore Club records including "I Got The Rhythm", "We Bad" and the popular DJ series "Beats Breaks & Bullsh*t"

DJ BOOMAN

As a key producer for Unruly Records, Booman, along with partners KW Griff and Jimmy Jones (Doo Dew Kidz) created club classics like “Pick Em’ Up”, “Watch Out For The Big Girl”, and “Shout”. 

 

K-LIFE

The legendary party host has been showcased on club music classics like “Puff A Lot of Weed”, “Open Your Leg’s Up”, “Let’s Get High” and many more. K-Life also is a member of the popular Panama Band.

SUPA DJ BIG L

​Big L has been a staple in Baltimore nightlife for over 20 years. While he now performs on tours, nightclubs and major events, the talented DJ got his start as a member of the Diamond K produced group Da Horsemen in the 1990s.

2016 hall of fame class

DJ BOBBIE

​As CEO of his (Ear For Music) label; this club music legend released records like "It's Hot In This Mutha" "You Don't Want None" etc and was a major force in nightlife, record stores and mix tapes during the 1990's.

2017 hall of fame class

DJ TOMMY DAVIS

Wayne Jones better known as rapper Tim Trees has made a lasting impact on the Baltimore music scene with classics like "How Does It Feel" w/ Paula Campbell, "Bank Rolls" & "We Don't Love Em" and more.

TIM TREES

Wayne Jones better known as rapper Tim Trees has made a lasting impact on the Baltimore music scene with classics like "How Does It Feel" w/ Paula Campbell, "Bank Rolls" & "We Don't Love Em" and more.

Presented By: High Rolla Records

2015 hall of fame class

DJ MIKE CROSBY

​He is a household name in Baltimore’s DJ game. After more than two decades of spinning records on the radio, in clubs, record stores or as a party promoter DJ Mike Crosby has made an impact on the scene while inspiring future generations of DJs.

 

 The Baltimore Music Awards (BMA) Hall of Fame exists to recognize and honor musicians and entertainers, primarily natives of Baltimore, whose artistry has earned acclaim throughout Baltimore and beyond. The (BMA) Hall of Fame also encourages, enhances, and rewards the educational growth of musicians, both young and old.

DJ KENNY B

​As CEO of his (Ear For Music) label; this club music legend released records like "It's Hot In This Mutha" "You Don't Want None" etc and was a major force in nightlife, record stores and mix tapes during the 1990's.

DJ VICIOUS V

​Vincent Curtis better known as DJ Vicious V was a skilled turntablist and battle DJ who provided quality sound equipment and PA services for DJs performing at large venues thru his Vicious Sound Reinforcement.

2012 hall of fame class

2014 hall of fame class

DJ PATRICK

This DJ, Producer and CEO of (Quiet Records) is responsible for Baltimore club hits like "What's My Name/Say My Name", "Whoa Now Hey Now" & more.

DJ REGGIE REG

Reginald Calhoun, better known as DJ Reggie Reg, was one of 92Q Jams most recognizable voices. The 'Godfather', as he was affectionately known; was a pioneer in Baltimore radio and helped introduce 'The Club Queen DJ K Swift' to the masses.

RUFF ENDZ

​This Baltimore based R&B duo feat David "Davinch" Chance and Dante "Chi" Jordan are best known for their hit singles "No More" and "Someone to Love You.". They have performed on stages for fans all over the world and the BMAs are honored to welcome Ruff Endz into their 2017 class.

2013 hall of fame class