Hi All,

Here’s the recent Cyphers through the years of 2015-2019 of BET’s Soul Train Awards .

Enjoy 🙂

Don Cornelius (Host of Soul Train Show) – We Wishin’ you love,peace and soul

Soul Cypher 2015
Artists : KCi Hailey (Jodeci\KCi & JoJO) , Eddie Levert (The OJays) , Lalah Hattaway ,Chrisette Michelle .
DJ : Erykah Badu
Rhodes,Piano & Keys: Omar Edwards
Beat Playing in Background : Mobb Deep’s Shook Ones\The Roof Remix (With Mariah Carey)

Soul Cypher 2016
Artists : Angie Stone , Tyrese , Ne-Yo & The Legendary Gladys Knight (Gladys Knight & The Pips)
DJ : Erykah Badu
Rhodes,Piano & Keys: Robert Glasper

Soul Cypher 2017
Artists : Mali Music,Fantasia,Bilal,Faith Evans
DJ : Erykah Badu
Rhodes,Piano & Keys: Robert Glasper

Beat Playing in Background : The Isley Brothers – Footsteps In The Dark

 

Soul Cypher 2018
Artists : Kelly Price, BJ The Chicago Kid, Luke James, Queen Naija
DJ : Erykah Badu
Rhodes,Piano & Keys: Robert Glasper

 

Soul Cypher 2019
Artists : Keyshia Cole, Le’Andria Johnson, Anthony Hamilton & Carl Thomas
DJ : Erykah Badu
Rhodes,Piano & Keys: Robert Glasper

 

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Happy Thanksgiving from the Kardashian-Wests.

With it being Thanksgiving and all, Kanye West came through with a little offering for his fans. As promised, the “Closed On Sunday” video has arrived in its entirety featuring not only Kim and the kids, but also the rest of the Kardashian family as well as the West’s. Kris Jenner also appears in a fur coat as he hops out of some futuristic military ATV. Ye brings along the Sunday Servicer where they perform inside of crater in the desert, perhaps the same one where he filmed the Jesus Is King film.

Kanye’s latest visual follow-up the “Follow God” visuals that he dropped a few weeks ago and it appears that he’s keeping the family theme going throughout it. Kanye, who goes on a brief monologue about his father at the end of the song, included his dad in the visual as they cruised through a desert.

Check out the new visual for Kanye West’s “Closed On Sunday” above.

YBN Cordae’s new video follows the story of his “Thanksgiving” bars.

Grammy-nominated recording artist YBN Cordae is having the best year of his career. When we spoke to him last year, he detailed that he has very big plans for himself. In the short span of a few months, the Maryland native was able to completely change his life, releasing his highly-acclaimed album The Lost Boy and cementing his status as one of the most original young rappers on the market. We’re excited to see whether he’ll take home some hardware at the upcoming Grammy Awards ceremony but, before then, Cordae had to bless us for the holiday season.

Rewinding to his most recent body of work, YBN Cordae has officially released the music video for “Thanksgiving.” With our annual day of giving thanks just around the corner, the timing could not have been any more perfect. Mirroring the content being presented in the 22-year-old lyrics, “Thanksgiving” shows a nightmarish dinner with family members complete with car trouble, awkward conversation, and more. Basically, all the things we dread about getting together with long-lost family members this time of year.

Get ready for tomorrow by watching YBN Cordae’s new video above. Lord knows you may need it if your family is planning on pressing you on relationships, school/work updates, and more.

Reason and Ab-Soul turn the parking lot upside down.

TDE‘s presence has been evident in 2019’s final quarter, largely due to the stellar work of the newly signed Reason. With his official debut studio album on deck for a 2020 release (barring a late-game change), Reason has been mounting a solid campaign, gathering momentum in the process. His style appears to have developed a more boisterous charm since we last saw him on There You Have It; perhaps robbing J. Cole alongside Cozz on Dreamers 3 had a profound impact on him. In any case, Reason’s latest single “Flick It Up” has officially landed some Jon Primo-directed visuals.

Off the bat, Reason and his collaborator Ab-Soul stand at the center of a lively parking lot gathering, in which all walks of life gather to get down. At times, Reason finds himself on his kid-in-a-candy-store energy, particularly when the twerking reaches critical mass. Luckily for him, that’s basically the duration of the song. Jokes aside, there’s plenty of West Coast swagger to be found here, and it’s nice to see two of TDE’s most slept on reuniting for a common cause.