Celebrate Juneteenth by watching Black Music Honors on Bounce TV.
Catch the excitement of The 8th Annual Black Music Honors, presented by Procter & Gamble, as this spectacular televised special continues to air during Black Music Month and Juneteenth with exciting performances and unforgettable tribute moments, including an ode to 50 years of Hip Hop. View the 2023 BMH: 30-second promo here.
Thrilling performances from acts like Da Brat, Anthony Hamilton, Tina Campbell, Robin Thicke, Juvenile, Queen Naija, Jacquees, Raheem DeVaughn, Kenny Lattimore, Lil’ Mo, Sevyn Streeter, Tweet, Elle Varner, and more make this year’s show the must-watch event of the year. DeRay Davis, with his naturally witted and down-to-earth punch lines, and LeToya Luckett, showcasing an array of fierce fashion moments, return as hosts. View the preview of the opening of the show here.
Verizon presents the Legends Award, honoring the incomparable Jeffrey Osborne. Walmart proudly presents the Gospel Music Icon Award, recognizing the esteemed Hawkins Family (view a sneak peek of their tribute performance here). My Black is Beautiful presents the Urban Music Icon Award, celebrating the groundbreaking group SWV. AT&T Dream in Black presents the Music Innovator Icon Award, honoring Missy Elliott. Cadillac proudly presents the R&B Music Icon Award, recognizing the timeless artistry of Evelyn “Champagne” King.
The excitement continues all month long with national syndication broadcasts running until July 2nd (view the full list here) and a special airing on Bounce TV on Juneteenth (Monday, June 19) at 7 p.m. EST.
Upcoming air dates in some major cities celebrating Juneteenth weekend include:
Saturday, June 17
Washington, DC WDCW at 6:00 PM
Baltimore WNUV CW at 6:00 PM
Houston KIAH CW at 12:00 PM
Miami, WSFL CW at 3:00 PM
Charleston, SC WCIV ABC at 4:00 PM
Sunday, June 18
Chicago WGN IND at 7:00 PM
Los Angeles KABC at 7:00 PM
Philadelphia WPSG CW at 6:00 PM
Detroit WKBD CW at 2:00 PM
The 8th Annual Black Music Honors is executive produced by Don Jackson, with Jennifer J. Jackson serving as producer and executive in charge of production, and Michael A. Johnson as producer and director.
Read our recap of the event here.