The Soul Train Awards will return to BET this year on Sunday (November 29th), bringing soulful performances from a variety of R&B and Soul music artists such as Brandy, Babyface, Jazmine Sullivan, Charlie Wilson, CeeLo Green, Ella Mai, Lucky Daye, Smokey Robinson and the sixth annual Lady of Soul honoree Monica. The show will follow the theme of “Feed Your Soul” and Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell will return to host this year. The Knockturnal got the chance to chat with some of this year’s performers and special guests during a Zoom virtual press conference in which they expressed their excitement.
Opening today in Soho through the weekend, “The HeLa Project” is multi-sensory experience that merges the art and science of Henrietta Lacks.
Music enthusiasts were taken on a soulful voyage hosted by Grammy Park.
The Grammy Awards celebrate the biggest and the best in a year of music but just as important as our favorite artists (yeah, I’m talking about Kendrick Lamar sweeping this year’s show) is the songwriters behind the music we love.
Last night, Jazmine Sullivan gave an undeniably breathtaking performance live from the Gramercy Theater in NYC.
After a four-year hiatus, the now 12-time Grammy-nominated RCA recording artist Jazmine Sullivan continues to make strides during her stellar return to music culminating with Grammy nominations in the “Best R&B Album,” “Best R&B Song” (Let It Burn), and“Best Traditional R&B Performance” (Let It Burn) categories for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.
The “Lexus Verses And Flow” event captured the minds and hearts of everyone in attendance. Hosted by Laz Alonzo, the event featured catered food, complimentary drinks, and of course a DJ spinning the hottest tunes.