TV One’s ‘Unsung’ and ‘Uncensored’ Shine Spotlight on Keith Washington and Kem

Still from ‘Unsung’ with Keith Washington sitting in a chair, still from ‘Uncensored’ with KEM sitting. Credit: Courtesy of TV One

TV One continues its Sunday night lineup of Unsung and Uncensored, with the two docuseries focusing on Keith Washington and Kem this weekend.

First up on Unsung is R&B vocalist Washington, who broke onto the music scene with his 1991 hit single “Kissing You.”

The singer will discuss the challenges he overcame to find success and the struggle to regain his passion and purpose after reaching the lowest depths.

In a preview clip for this weekend’s episode, Washington gets candid about his journey to fame and how becoming a heartthrob led to his marriage falling apart.

“My regret is that because I knew I had a good wife, I knew I had a great wife actually, someone who really stood by me through my hardship of coming up, I became more of acting as though I’m a single man than a married man,” he explains.

The series is narrated by actor Gary Anthony Williams and executive produced by Arthur Smith and Frank Sinton of A. Smith & Co. Productions. Mark Rowland also serves as executive producer.

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Immediately following Unsung, TV One’s Uncensored will feature R&B trailblazer Kem. The “Love Calls” singer will discuss his struggles with homelessness and addiction before finding success in music.

Uncensored is produced for TV One by executive producers Eric Tomosunas, Keith Neal, James Seppelfrick and Paul Hall; co-executive producer Jay Allen, and producer Nikki Byles of Swirl Films.

Unsung airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/8C on TV One, followed by Uncensored at 10 p.m.

Watch the preview videos below: