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2022 NAACP Image Awards: 5 Times Artists Gave Unforgettable Performances

Tune in to BET on February 26 for a celebration of Black excellence.

The NAACP Image Awards honors outstanding Black entertainers in their respective artistic fields. Still, it’s also a night of celebration, and no party is complete without some tunes to go with it.

Over the years, singers from hip hop, R&B, and soul gave some of our favorite past performances. Take a look below to see our favorites.

  • H.E.R & Skip Marley Live Performance

    H.E.R and Skip Marley performed live at the 51st NAACP Image Awards. As H.E.R. sang “Slide,” Skip Marley comes in and transitions into their duet “Slow Down” and ends their performance with a cover of “Turn Your Lights Down Low” by Bob Marley and Lauryn Hill.

  • The Fugees Perform at the 27th NAACP Image Awards

    Moving audiences, the Fugees gave a wowing performance at the 27th NAACP Image Awards, one strum at a time. They had the audience dancing in their seat and clapping to the song’s beat.

  • Jazmine Sullivan Performs “Pick Up Your Feelings”

    Jazmine Sullivan performed “Pick Up Your Feelings” at the 52nd Annual NAACP Image Awards, where she stunned viewers with her incredible harmonic performance between her and her ensemble.

  • Jill Scott Gives a Sultry Performance

    The award-winning songbird from Philly wowed the crowd at the 51st NAACP Image Awards with a beautiful medley of “Do You Remember” and “Is It The Way.”

  • Luther Gives Unforgettable Performance

    Luther Vandross stimulated the audience at the 19th NAACP Image Awards with his incredible vocal performance.

    Watch the NAACP Image Awards on Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 8/9c.

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