Black Music Month

It may seem like every day is the time to celebrate the musical contributions of African-Americans, thanks in no small part to the never ending amount of innovative, exciting music that is recorded and released. But, actually, since then-President Jimmy Carter announced it on June 7, 1979, June has been the month designated as the time to formally honor it. This year, BET's coverage includes an uncut video interview with Jermaine Dupri, a flipbook of 25 music executives you need to know and a photo slideshow of our favorite music moments in film and lots more.

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When Artists Unite: Classic Music Ensembles

Artists across genres have come together for good causes.

New Flame: Music Stars From Virginia

Some of your favorite performers come from the state for lovers.

The Rundown: Trey Songz, Trigga

A look at Mr. Steal Your Girl's new album.

Lil Wayne: 10 Years Since Tha Carter

A look at Weezy's career after he dropped this series starter.

Groove Me: Teddy Riley's Career Highlights

Celebrating 20 years of Blackstreet with a look at the musical legacy of the King of New Jack Swing.

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Throwback Instagram Photos

Classic pics from the Creepin on ah Come Up era and beyond.
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