Tina Campbell, Kelontae Gavin, and Others to Perform at the 8th Annual Black Music Honors
The 2023 Black Music Honors recently revealed an impressive lineup of performers that will grace its special live taping holding at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Atlanta on May 19th. However, the event will be aired on TV on June 3rd..This event aims to pay tribute to the music that has captured the hearts of many and influenced generations.
Who’s Performing at the 8th Annual Black Music Honors?
According to GMA News, there’s a plethora of music icons on the lineup to perform at this year’s Annual Black Music Honors event. With a star-studded roster of music greats, including the likes of Tamar Braxton, Anthony Hamilton feat. The Ton3s, Tina Campbell of Mary Mary, Robin Thicke, Lil’ Mo, Kenny Lattimore, 702, Raheem Devaughn, Dave Hollister, Elle Varner, Sevyn Streeter, Nicole Wray, Tweet, Beverly Crawford, Le’Andria Johnson, Zacardi Cortez, Latocha Scott of Xscape, Melvin Williams, The Shindellas, Juvenile, Kelontae Gavin, and Kevin Lemons & Higher Calling.
The event promises performances that are sure to be an exhilarating showcase of musical talent from various genres, including R&B, gospel, and hip-hop. It should be one for the ages and a vibrant celebration of black music culture.
When speaking, the Executive Producer and Founder, Don Jackson, said “As we come together to celebrate the rich cultural milestone that is Black Music Month, we get the unique opportunity to showcase the depth and breadth of talent within the Black music community.” He continued by saying, “The vibrant future of Black music will be epitomized by captivating performances while spotlighting the unforgettable legacies of musical greats and their diverse contributions.”
Several legends will be presented with awards at the event including “The Hawkins Family,” who are set to receive the “Gospel Music Icon” award. This is the eighth edition of the awards and it is presented by the famous company, Procter and Gamble. Some of the sponsors of the event include General Motors, State Farm, AT&T, Walmart, Verizon, and Johnson & Johnson.
This year’s edition of the Annual Black Music Honors Show will be executive produced by the founder, Don Jackson, while Jennifer J. Jackson will serve as the Executive-in-charge of Production and Producer. Michael A. Johnson will serve in the capacity of director and producer. The 8th Annual Black Music Honors Show holds in a few days and the countdown is on.
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