Traffic Music Awards at the Ambassador 

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St. Louis' urban music community gathered at the Ambassador on Sunday, March 7 for the Traffic Music Awards. Jason Stoff brings back these photos.
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Presenters of all sorts, including Slo'Down of the St. Lunatics (right), spent time at the podium at the TMAs.
Fyre Boy Records employed a not-so-subtle advertising method.
Tootie's Hair Salon, recipient of the coveted Hair Salon of the Year award.
Basement Beats won "Producer of the Year." The duo said it was the first award it had ever won!
Bradd Young, performing at the Traffic Music Awards.
Miss Chris, performing at the TMAs.
Officials from the City of St. Louis were on hand to recognize Tony J.
The crowd was energetic during the performances (to say the least).
Fresh.
Huey, performing at the TMAs.
Black DVD won Videographer of the Year.
Miss Funny was named Comedian of the Year.
Aloha, performing at the TMAs.
A denizen of the red carpet.
Energy and enthusiasm was not in short supply at Sunday night's TMAs.
The 2010 Traffic Music Awards.
Even Dora the Explorer came out to help celebrate the TMAs.
New Money, one of the many artist rosters present at the TMAs.
A member of New Money throws real cash into the crowd.
A member of Rockhouse Entertainment act June 5th.
Chingy's DJ, DJ Sno, returned from Japan in time for the TMAs.
R&B crooner Jvar heated things up with his performance.
Artists, promoters, and spectators lined the red carpet before the awards ceremony.
Mocha Latte, receiving her award for for Host of the Year.
Vega, performing at the TMAs.
Black Pearl Entertainment won many of the later awards, including label of the year.
Huey and his crew at the TMAs.
A member of Wild Boys, performing at the TMAs.
Luei V, performing at the TMAs.
Luei V, performing at the TMAs.
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Presenters of all sorts, including Slo'Down of the St. Lunatics (right), spent time at the podium at the TMAs.