Grammy-winning gospel artist Le’Andria Johnson and R&B singer Tony Terry have been booked to perform at the 2019 Black Music Honors.
The two join 702, Dee-1, Kelly Price, Leon Timbo, Mali Music, and Keke Wyatt, who will also take the stage, Central City Productions announced Tuesday.
During the ceremony, Xscape, Yolanda Adams, Freddie Jackson and Arrested Development will be honored. Xscape is set to pick up the Urban Music Icon Award for 25 years in the music industry. Yolanda Adams will receive the Gospel Music Icon Award. Tamia has also been added to the list of honorees.
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Black Music Honors is an annual event that recognizes African American artists who’ve influenced and made significant contributions to black music. The show is produced by Chicago-based production company Central City Productions.
The 4th Annual Black Music Honors will be taped on Thursday, Sept. 5 at The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, with Rickey Smiley and LeToya Luckett returning as co-hosts.
The show will air nationwide in syndication in the fall and on Bounce TV on Oct. 20, 2019 at 12 p.m. ET. Tickets to the show can be purchased here.