2018 BET Awards hosted by Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell took us through a 90’s love. As they say, if it isn’t like a 90’s love, I don’t want it. The performances were high energy like, BBD, Faith Evans , Erykah Badu, and Koryn Hawthone and more! Twitter enjoyed the 2018 Soul Train Awards , […]

During the Soul Train Awards Sunday night, there was a tribute to Babyface and his amazing catalog. But we were scratching our heads when Fantasia performed the hit Superwoman instead of the original performer Karyn White. Was Karyn too busy? (By the way, Fantasia killed that song!) We weren’t the only ones wondering about Karyn White.     […]

R. Kelly gave an incredible performance at Sunday’s Soul Train Awards. He performed Backyard Party, When A Woman’s Fed Up, Step In The Name Of Love, Your Body’s Callin and Ignition (Remix.) The crowd went wild. Everyone loved it, it seemed. Are we giving R. Kelly a pass? I mean, we’ve all heard about the pedophile allegations, the urination […]

In her opening monologue, Erykah Badu tossed some seroious shade at Iggy Azalea during the 2015 Soul Train Awards last night. Not only did the audience go wild at her diss, social media went bananas!

The Soul Train Awards aired last night on Centric and BET hosted by Wendy Williams. She lit up the stage with a glitzy toast to Vegas. Chris Brown kicked things off performing a medley of his hits, including “Yo (Excuse Me Miss),” “New Flame,” and “Loyal.” 90’s R&B icons and North Carolina natives Jodeci reunited […]

If you liked R. Kelly‘s outstanding 2012 performance on the Soul Train Awards, you will love “Party Jumpin’” from his new album “Write Me Back.”…

The Soul Train Awards aired last night on BET with tons of celebs and star-studded tributes. If you missed it, check out the the performances. Soul Train Performers

It was definitely all about R&B music at the 2011 edition of the Soul Train Awards, and there were more performances than awards given! Performers included The Time, Joe, Robin Thicke, Common, Marsha Ambrosius, Kenny Lattimore, Dave Hollister, Freddie Jackson, Gladys Knight, Mindless Behavior, Tamar Braxton, Chrisette Michele, Anthony Hamilton, BeBe Winans, Boney James, Mary […]

Only at the Soul Train Awards could you have a tribute to R&B icons such as Anita Baker and Ronald Isley alongside a segment in which rap legend Doug E. Fresh attempts to teach CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer how to do the Dougie.

‘Soul Train,’ the long running syndicated hippest trip in America, known for its soulful music and lively dancing. Who could forget the show’s funky trend setting fashion? Check out celebrities as they walk the carpet. eurweb Read More