BET teamed up with the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE to unveil the BET Awards: Lifetime Achievement Honorees, a 3-month long interactive exhibit celebrating award recipients through August 24, 2013.
Her voice was a gift from God that touched the whole world. It still hurts to think that she's gone, but we will always love her.
With vocals by Maurice White and Philip Bailey and an amazing horn section, EWF brought funk, R&B, jazz and soul to the pop charts.
The Godfather of Soul was a singer, songwriter, activist and showman who stunned audiences and changed music forever.
Buoyed by Ronald Isley's angelic falsetto, the group's rock- and soul-tinged R&B music has enraptured generations for half a century.
Starting at Motown, Gladys Knight and the Pips blazed a trail of R&B hits. Even after going solo, she's still one of the best who ever did it.
The Chicago-born singer was blessed with one of the greatest voices in R&B history. When she sings "I'm Every Woman," we believe her.
From the Supremes to Mahogany and beyond, Miss Ross conquered the worlds of music, movies and fashion — salute the ultimate diva.
One of the smoothest singers in R&B history, Rev. Al Green's music has been our soundtrack whether times are good or bad, happy or sad.
This legendary five-man harmony group sang timeless hits that kept the "Love Train" rolling from Ohio to Philly and around the world.
The Minneapolis-born musical genius does it all — singing, dancing, playing, producing and forever keeping it funky.
From the Bluebelles' "Over the Rainbow" to LaBelle's "Lady Marmalade" to the solo smash "On My Own," it's all about Patti's voice.
The band that brought us classics like "Before I Let Go" shows no signs of stopping!
His smooth, distinctive vocal styling, from the Gap Band to his solo efforts, can't be duplicated. Philanthropist and icon Charlie Wilson is the 2013 Cadillac Lifetime Achievement Award honoree.
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