Central City Productions is pleased to return with the 5th Annual Black Music Honors, acknowledging legendary artists and institutions who have made a significant contribution to African American music, such as En Vogue, Fred Hammond, Deborah Cox, and the National Museum of African American Music.
Hosted by funnyman, Rickey Smiley, this special is dedicated to first responder and essential workers. Airing November 21, 2020 through December 13, 2020. With scheduled performances by Musiq Soulchild, Tweet, June's Diary, Marvin Sapp, Raheem Devaughn, Major., Brian Courtney Wilson, RL, D Smoke and Sheléa! With a special tribute to Bill Withers.
AIRS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2020 AT 12PM EST ON BOUNCE
Black Music Honors - Envogue - Central City Productions - Marvin Sapp - Fred Hammond - Rickey Smiley - Major. - Musiq soulchild - Jermaine Sain - When We Speak TV - D Smoke - Bounce TV - Museum of African American Music - Deborah Cox - national museum of african american music - red carpet - awards show
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