The feel-good show of the year, the “Soul Train Awards” 2022 presented by BET.
Today, BET announced “Kandi” Burruss-Tucker, Tameka “Tiny” Harris, Tamika Scott, and LaTocha Scott of legendary.
This year, the 2021 “Soul Train Awards” presented by BET, commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Soul Train television show legacy.
Motown Gospel celebrates three nominations in this year’s 34th annual Soul Train Awards.
Today, BET announces the hosts of the 2021 “Soul Train Awards,” taking place from a new location, the Apollo in New York City, with co-hosts Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold.
Today, BET announces the return of the 2021 “Soul Train Awards” from a new location, the World Famous Apollo in New York.
Today BET announces the hosts and Harlem nominees for the “2020 SOUL TRAIN AWARDS” across 12 different categories.
Hip Hop’s biggest night, “BET Hip Hop Awards” 2022, will premiere its annual broadcast on Tuesday, October 4th at 9PM ET/PT on BET.
Today, Grammy®-nominated recording artist, actor, entrepreneur, and media personality Fat Joe was named host of the trailblazing “BET Hip Hop Awards” 2022.
BET announced the 2021 “Soul Train Awards” will showcase an even bigger lineup of performances, special moments, and appearances, by some of the biggest stars.
Today BET announces Double Diamon Selling Superstar rapper and entrepreneur Nelly as the “BET Hip Hop Awards” recipient of the 2021 “I Am Hip Hop” Award.
BET announces the nominees for the 15th annual “Hip Hop Awards,” honoring the past year in hip hop music across 17 categories, like Harlem’s nominee Teyana Taylor as Video Director of the Year.
It has been a tearful few days for the Soul Train community following the Saturday, June 6, 2020, the announcement that legendary Soul Train dancer and Harlem resident Tyrone “The Bone” Proctor, the Waack Doctor has passed away.
By Lil Nickelson and photographs by Rudy Collins The New York Urban League (“NYUL”) has been helping New Yorkers gain access to equal opportunity in employment, education, financial and technological literacy and more for over 90 years.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) (40 minutes from Harlem, NY) presents Grammy Award-winning iconic group and Harlem fave Boyz II Men.