Teyana Taylor hosted the evening, which celebrated some of the industry’s most important voices.
Jessie Reyez, Dolly Parton, and Cardi B will be among the virtual ceremony’s honorees.
“R&B is heading to a good place because it blurs so many lines with its different-sounding styles.”
The biggest moment of the awards was the ‘Ladies First’ cypher, featuring Teyana Taylor, H.E.R., Erykah Badu, and Brandy rapping over the beat for Brandy’s hit “I Wanna Be Down.”
‘‘Lose Each Other’ is such a special record for me, and I wanted the visual to feel just as big.’
The singer's influential approach has birthed a whole generation of artists that have followed her unique vocal style.
Slow jam ‘1800-One-Night’ is the latest cut off Taylor’s acclaimed new record, ‘The Album.’
The acclaimed artist faces America’s fight for racial justice head-on in her emotionally-charged visual.
The former president continues his tradition of great song recommendations with a playlist featuring artists from a wide span of genres and decades.
Public Enemy recreated their classic 'Fight the Power' video to open the show, while Lil Wayne paid tribute to Kobe Bryant.
Taylor’s follow-up to 2018’s ‘KTSE’ features such special guests as Erykah Badu, Quavo, Missy Elliott and Future.
The hotly-anticipated new title features special guests Rick Ross, Erykah Badu, Quavo, Missy Elliott, Future, Big Sean & more.
The multi-hyphenate star’s newest single comes ahead of ‘The Album’, her highly-anticipated follow-up to ‘K.T.S.E.’.
The single is one of two new tracks from the multi-hyphenate R&B star, ahead of her forthcoming third LP, ‘The Album’.
The R&B artist’s hotly-anticipated, third studio album follows her acclaimed 2018 LP, “KTSE”.