Sunday, November 25, 2012
Soul Train Awards:2012
Pre-Show: Soul Train Awards:
Hosted By:Tamar Braxton
Since her humble beginnings as
's season three winner, Fantasia has established herself as one of R&B's divas with a voice that transcends time.
The venerable John Legend is a class act whose presence at the 2012 Soul Train Awards is sure to usher in some showtime magic.
Living legend Charlie Wilson, aka "Uncle Charlie Wilson," rose to fame as the lead singer in the Gap Band and has become a successful solo act in the new millenium.
Marcus Canty found fame last year on
and has since found himself at the forefront of R&B's rising stars. Don't miss him at the Soul Train Awards!
Leah LaBelle's talent is so undeniable that her voice caught the ears of Pharrell Williams and Jermaine Dupri. Not too shabby for a rising R&B starlet!
With a successful debut album, Elle Varner will leave fans wanting a "Refill" on this year's Soul Train Awards stage!
Being hip hop's rookie of the year is no easy feat, but 2 Chainz is carrying that title with pride and will rep for rappers everywhere at this year's Soul Train Awards!
He writes hits, he's a VP of A&R for Motown and a crooner that is also a triple threat. Ne-Yo's just dropped
and will take on the Soul Train Awards, so get ready!
With his unrivaled raspy baritone voice, Anthony Hamilton will not disappoint on this year's Soul Train Awards stage.
After successful years in the groups Tony! Toni! Toné! and Lucy Pearl, Raphel Saadiq, one of Oakland's finest, has found plenty of success as a solo act.
Eddie Levert has seen tons of success over the past four decades and is a true legend. Lucky for us, Mr. Levert will bless the Soul Train Awards with his silky vocals.
Keyshia Cole's soulful voice and lyrics touch the hearts and minds of fans everywhere. She will not disappoint with cuts from her new album
Woman to Woman
The magnificent Stevie Wonder lights Soul Train Awards and Las Vegas up in a way that it has never been seen!
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
New Edition is the epitome of crossover star power, with hits that served as the soundtrack of our youth and coming of age.
TRIBUTE: DON CORNELIUS
We pay homage to the father of
. He paved a way & blazed a trail for Black artists' music to be recognized.
BEST NEW ARTIST
BEST GOSPEL/INSPIRATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Whitney Houston and Jordin Sparks-"Celebrate"
BEST HIP HOP SONG OF THE YEAR
Kanye West, Pusha T, Big Sean and 2 Chainz-"Mercy"
BEST R&B/SOUL FEMALE ARTIST
BEST R&B/SOUL MALE ARTIST
ALBUM OF THE YEAR
SONG OF THE YEAR
THE ASHFORD & SIMPSON SONGWRITER'S AWARD (PRESENTED BY NISSAN)
John Legend ft. Ludacris-"Tonight (Best You Ever Had)"
BEST DANCE PERFORMANCE
Beyoncé-"Love on Top"
CENTRICTV.COM BEST CARIBBEAN PERFORMANCE
CENTRICTV.COM BEST INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE
CENTRICTV.COM BEST TRADITIONAL JAZZ ARTIST/GROUP
The Robert Glasper Experiment-
& Tony Bennett-
Isn't It Romantic
CENTRICTV.COM BEST CONTEMPORARY JAZZ ARTIST/GROUP
Radio Music Society
BEST INDEPENDENT R&B/SOUL ARTIST OR GROUP
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