Anthony Anderson opens Soul Train Awards 2013 in epic fashion, giving you dance routines and (almost) full splits. He also gets a special workout courtesy of Floyd Mayweather and the Money Team. Season 2013
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Gladys Knight, Eddie Levert, Eric Benét, Ruben Studdard, Candice Glover and more pay tribute to Dionne Warwick.
Jennifer Hudson, Chaka Khan and Evelyn “Champagne” King set the tone for a phenomenal show, performing “I Can’t Describe,” “I’m in Love” and “Do What You Feel.”
The Blue Eyed Soul segment ended on another throwback moment with the return of none other than Vanilla Ice. And yes, he stepped out to “Ice, Ice Baby.” Big Tigger made sure to hold it down on the wheels of steel as Ice finished up with a massive shout out to Soul Train.
After a successful year with her debut album and The Rebellious Soul Tour, see K. Michelle nab Best New Artist.
An emotional Tamar Braxton delivers a lesson in persistence and gratitude as she accepts the award for Best Female R&B/Soul Artist.
The songwriters behind the megahit “Love and War,” Tamar Braxton, LaShawn Daniels and Makeba Riddick, are awarded for penning the hit.
A thoughtful and reflective Janelle Monáe accepts Video of the Year for “Q.U.E.E.N” featuring Erykah Badu.
Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, attends Soul Train Awards 2013.
Lifetime Achievement recipient Keith Sweat leaves it all on the stage as he throws it back to some of his biggest hits.
Tamar Braxton performs “Love & War,” “All the Way Home” and “The One.”