En Vogue on mental health during the Black Music Honors press conference
Despite the emotional roller coaster 2020 has thrown our way, we are still finding a way to celebrate Black Excellence.
En Vogue members Rhona, Terry and Cindy shared how they have been able to maintain their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic and offered words of advice to other creatives.
The Black Music Honors is set to air on Bounce TV, Saturday, Nov. 21 at 12 p.m., and will be hosted by comedian and radio personality Rickey Smiley.
Founder and Executive Producer Don Jackson stated, “I am extremely excited about our 5th Annual 2020 Black Music Honors television special and our legendary awardees. Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important for us to stay committed to producing The Black Music Honors as a means of celebrating music icons who are often overlooked in receiving their much-deserved recognition.”
The show will feature performances by June’s Diary, Musiq, Tweet, Marvin Sapp, RL from Next, and Major.
Due to the COVID-19 global health crisis, The Black Music Honors is being produced as a special that will celebrate excellence in music.
The honorees for this year’s Black Music Honors include Grammy Award-nominated R&B legends En Vogue, recognized as one of the top 5 highest selling American female music groups in history, who will receive the Urban Music Icon Award for their three decades in the industry.
Grammy Award-winner, actress, and Broadway star Deborah Cox will receive the Entertainer Icon Award. Multiple Stellars and Grammy Award-winner and producer Fred Hammond will receive the Gospel Music Icon Award.
The National Museum of African American Music will be honored with the Legacy Award.
For more information on Black Music Honors, please visit www.blackmusichonors.com and connect on social media @blackmusichonors.