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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.
I AM an INFLUANCER - Kida The Great
Kida The Great gives breaks down his dance style, the meaning behind his name, how his dance videos helped him skyrocket to success and his music video collaboration with Chris Brown.
I Was a 90s Dancer: The Mecca Dancers
Shane J. Bobb, Carolyn Octavia Brown, Merylin Mitchell and Saleema Mubaarak of The Mecca Dancers remember their big breaks, dancing in iconic videos and sharing a stage with Michael Jackson.
I Was a 90s Dancer: Terrible T of Oaktown's 3.5.7
Terrible T describes her big break as a dancer in MC Hammer's "Let's Get It Started" music video, her first time on "Soul Train" and her journey as a member of rap group Oaktown's 3.5.7.
I Was a 90s Dancer: Jossie Harris Thacker
Jossie Harris Thacker recalls transitioning from corporate America to dancing, auditioning for Michael Jackson's "Remember the Time" music video and becoming a Fly Girl on "In Living Color."
I Was a 90s Dancer: The Original BBD Dancers
Debra Moton, Nikita Leone, Towilla "Tee" Lynn and Marzella "Pluke" Lewis reminisce about their dance journeys, Bell Biv DeVoe's legendary "Poison" choreography, their street style and more.
Where'd You Find This? - Mariah Carey
On "Soul Train" in 1992, Mariah Carey performs "Emotions," then chats with Don Cornelius about her music's crossover appeal and being more involved in the creative process.
Where'd You Find This? - Dru Hill
Dru Hill performs "How Deep Is Your Love" and chats with host Mystro Clark about their Musketeers-inspired music video and their plans to bring a "Dru World Order" to the new millennium.
Where'd You Find This? - Montell Jordan
Montell Jordan performs his sensual hit "What's on Tonight?" and discusses his career with guest host John Salley during his 1997 "Soul Train" appearance.
I Was a Soul Train Dancer - Alex Thomas
Actor and stand-up comedian Alex Thomas describes how his stint on Soul Train from 1985 to 1990 led him to choreograph the Wayans' "In Living Color" and eventually pursue a career in comedy.
Where'd You Find This? - Brian McKnight
Revisit Brian McKnight's 1997 Soul Train appearance where the singer performs "Anytime" and talks about working alongside producers like Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs.