The Soul Train Awards 2021 invites the masses aboard what is sure to be a must-see show.

Held at the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem, the 50th annual extravaganza salutes to the soulful sounds that have defined the last year.

The show will also be toasting two names that have been dominating for decades – Maxwell and Ashanti, who are receiving the Legend Award and Lady of Soul honors respectively.

That Grape Juice was on-hand at the event and caught up with the likes of Lucky Daye, Leon Bridges, Tristan ‘Mack’ Wilds, El DeBarge, and more.

Check out the red carpet recap above and be sure to check out the Soul Train Awards airs tonight (November 28) on BET at 8pm ET/PT on BET, BET Her, VH1, and MTV2.

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Sunday (November 28), the 2021 Soul Train Awards saw some of Urban music’s finest go head-to-head for the show’s coveted trophies.

While Silk Sonic and ‘Pick Up Your Feelings’ belter Jazmine Sullivan picked up the most awards of the night (3 and 2 respectively), hop inside to see the full list of who nabbed what at this year’s ceremony.


The Soul Train Awards 2021 rolled into the legendary Apollo Theater for a celebration like no other.

Hosted by ‘Martin’ stars Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell, the 50th anniversary of the famed show honored the releases in the R&B realm and beyond.

The ceremony also toasted to the decades of success achieved by Maxwell and Ashanti – who are being presented with the Legend Award and the Lady of Soul salute respectively.

With the show premiering on BET as we write, check out the likes of Normani, Jazmine Sullivan, Ari Lennox, and Summer Walker. 

Check ’em out below…


The Soul Train Awards 2021 aired Sunday night (November 28) and, true to form, the ceremony showcased some blazing stage performances from some of the biggest names in Urban music.

With this year’s roster toplined by the likes of Ashanti, Silk Sonic, Ari Lennox, Maxwell, and many more, look inside to catch the “must-see” action from the  Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell-hosted event.

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Teyana Taylor may have sent her fans into an uproar last year with the announcement that she was set to retire from making music, but she later surprised them with news she wouldn’t hang up her mic until she hit the road one last time.

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The death of designer Virgil Abloh sent shockwaves across the world today.

As reported, the Off-White founded and Louis Vuitton Menswear Artistic Director died after a private battle with a rare and aggressive form of cancer. He was just 41.

There’s been an outpouring of emotion from millions worldwide, including many celebrities.

See what they had to say about the tragic loss below…



In breaking news, designer Vigil Abloh has sadly died aged just 41.

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Dionne Warwick is proving everything is possible on her latest tune.

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The unlikely collaboration came about as the result of a connection the two artists made after Warwick tweeted about Chance The Rapper’s name back in December.

In the tweet, she said:

“Hi @chancetherapper. If you are very obviously a rapper why did you put it in your stage name? I cannot stop thinking about this.”

In January, she confirmed that she would be joining Chance in the studio for a charity single.

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Tisha Campbell has re-teamed with longtime friend Tichina Arnold to host the Soul Train Awards 2021.

And this year’s instalment is extra special because it marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary show.

Filmed at the world-renowned Apollo Theater in Harlem, the ceremony will crown some of the most resonating releases of the last year. The show will also honor Maxwell and Ashanti with the Legend and Legend of Soul awards respectively.

Ahead of the broadcast tonight (November 28), Campbell sat down with That Grape Juice‘s Chet Kincaid to dish on what folk can expect from the Soul Train Awards – which features performances from the likes of Silk Sonic, Summer Walker, Ari Lennox, Leon Bridges, Lucky Daye.

Watch the EXCLUSIVE interview above.

The Soul Train Awards airs tonight on BET at 8pm ET/PT on BET, BET Her, VH1, and MTV2.

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