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Ep 1BET Soul Train Awards 2021
Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold return to host this celebration of soul and R&B, with performances from Silk Sonic, Ari Lennox and Lucky Daye, and honoree tributes to Ashanti and Maxwell.
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Ep 1DJ Cassidy's Pass the Mic: 2021 BET Soul Train Edition
DJ Cassidy invites the greats of soul to sing their hits following the Soul Train Awards 2021, including Charlie Wilson, Debbie Harry, Kurtis Blow, Melle Mel, Gloria Gaynor and more.
Soul Sista: The Women Who Changed Soul Music
Look back at the incredible careers of some of the important women to perform on "Soul Train," including Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, Patti LaBelle, Phyllis Hyman and Whitney Houston.
Crew Love - Jagged Edge
Since rising to fame in the 90s, Jagged Edge has become a mainstay of R&B thanks to songs like "Let's Get Married" and "Where the Party At" and collaborations with Nelly, Rev. Run and more.
Ladies First - Ladies of Hip Hop
With dope rhymes and unique styles, Salt-N-Pepa, MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Missy Elliott, Lil' Kim and Trina knocked down doors and shaped the game for today's female rap stars.
Soul Card Revoked
Tone Stith, Yung Bleu, Ms. Pat, El DeBarge, Leon Bridges, KJ Smith and others answer pop culture questions about Soul Train and Soul Train Awards 2021 honorees.
Legendary Virtuosos of Soul
Marvin Gaye, Al Green and Barry White's styles made them stars, but their timeless music became the soundtracks of our lives and cemented their status as R&B, soul and pop legends.
We Love Aretha Franklin
Aretha Franklin's fashion was as renowned as her voice, and even as her sartorial aesthetics evolved, she retained her signature style and served many iconic fashion moments on "Soul Train."
The Birth of Neo Soul
Neo soul pioneers D'Angelo, Erykah Badu and Maxwell used a blend of soul, jazz, hip hop and funk to form the R&B offshoot, and later influenced the sounds of Alicia Keys and Jill Scott.
I Was a "Soul Train" Dancer: Myron Montgomery
Myron Montgomery discusses receiving favoritism while on "Soul Train," being the original creator of the Harlem Shake, getting tagged to start the "Soul Train" line by Don Cornelius and more.
I Was a "Soul Train" Dancer: Sharon Hill
Sharon Hill chats about her history with dance, choreographing creative routines with her late dance partner Tyrone Proctor, dealing with colorism and becoming her authentic self, and more.
I Was a "Soul Train" Dancer: Leland Ferguson
Leland Ferguson recalls getting kicked out of the "Soul Train" studios before becoming a regular on the show, his conventional fashion style, winning a dance battle against MC Hammer and more.