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Shelia E. performs a medley of Prince songs and pays tribute to his legacy with an incredible display of musicianship.
There’s “No Limit” to the LITness at the 2016 BET Awards, especially when Usher and Young Thug hit the stage!
Janelle Monáe pays tribute to Prince by performing “Delirious,” “Kiss,” “Pop Life” and “I Would Die for You.”
Future goes up with a serious performance of Purple Reign’s “Wicked.”
Maxwell performs his new song including “Lake by the Ocean” and pays tribute to Prince by singing “Nothing Compares 2 U.”
Bryson Tiller did his thing on the 2016 BET Awards stage. He set it off with a couple of his hit singles, “Don’t” and “Exchange.”
Jennifer Hudson, Tori Kelly and Stevie Wonder had us singing in harmony.
Fat Joe, Remy Ma and French Montana come through to perform the hottest track of the summer, “All the Way Up.”
Alicia Keys performs “In Common” and has the crowd singing right along with her.
Bilal, The Roots and Erykah Badu’s emotional tribute to Prince is 100 percent unforgettable.
Desiigner performs his smash single, “Panda,” at the 2016 BET Awards.
Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar perform ‘FREEDOM’ from her latest album, LEMONADE!
Bibi Bourelly did not come to play, she came to start a “Riot” on stage.
Chloe X Halle get into formation and perform “Drop.”
Anderson .Paak brings the audience an eclectic performance of his hit single ‘Come Down.’
Chris Spencer leaves us all laughing hysterically after his beyond funny sketches at the White House.
Check out the highlights of the show as well as interviews from performers, celebrities and more.
Featuring Jill Scott, Regina Hall, Terrence J., Yolanda Adams, Janelle Monae, Leslie Odom Jr., BBD, Michelle Williams, The Roots, De La Soul, Usher, Samuel L. Jackson and more.
The crowd pumped their fists and danced while Bell Biv DeVoe performed “Poison.”
Leslie Odom Jr. of Broadway’s “Hamilton” does an impromptu rap for President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
In the words of FLOTUS, “We’re all in this together.”
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama are honored to welcome everyone to a White House musical extravaganza.
The lovely ladies of gospel took over the White House and saaang! The trio gave praise to the Lord as they entertained the crowd.
Terrence J. and Regina Hall thank Obama for his service to our country and our people.
Samuel L. Jackson just knew his character Jules from “Pulp Fiction” was one of the coolest cats until he discovered that POTUS is really one of the coolest cats we have ever seen.
Common had the crowd feeling special as they sang along with him during his performance of “The Light."
Jesse Williams applauds the Obamas for being the role models for America.
Bradley Cooper remembers exactly where he was when Obama was elected president — because that moments was a huge milestone in history.
Usher had the crowd entertained with his renditions of his hit songs! He lit up the room as he joined the crowd on the floor.
Angela Bassett celebrates the blessing of love between Michelle and Barack Obama.
First lady Michelle Obama leads us into the beginning of her final White House workshop with gospel's finest, Yolanda Adams and Michelle Williams.
Yolanda Adams and Michelle Williams discuss their immense gratitude and excitement to perform at the White House.
Jesse Williams is gracious for breaking past the barriers and being able to set a standard for our people.
BBD, Kierra Sheard and Leslie Odom Jr. take you into their rehearsals before they take the stage for their very exciting White House performance.
BBD steps out at the White House to perform "Poison."
Common, Dascha Polanco, Angela Bassett, and De La Soul send their best wishes to the first family upon their departure from the White House.
President Obama is one of the best presidents to have ever graced the White House. BET wants to take time to remember some of the wonderful things he's done for the American people.
Go behind the scenes with Q-Tip, John Mayer, and Nas as they talk about the role they play in Alicia Keys' dream concert experience 'Here' in Times Square.
Alicia Keys talks about how she felt about her recent concert in Times Square and how the entire experience is a dream come true.