The battle between ‘Love & War’ vs ‘Rebellious Soul’ came to a head when Tamar Braxton and K. Michelle were in the same room for the first time ever last night. And, even though Tay Tay snagged a few more trophies, K. Michelle still sh*tted on the haters with her Best New Artist win.
No shade, but how was Tamar even nominated when this is her second album and she gladly confesses she’s already had a flop album ten years ago? And, shout out to Michael Costello for being able to design a dress that fits around K.’s massive donk. The girl cleans up very well.
Orleans Arena in Las Vegas never had this many mens on the floor at one time. Check out all the red carpet pics from the 2013 Soul Train Awards airing December 1 at 8p/7c on BET and Centric.
…or maybe it’s C-3PO?
JHud’s boptastic single ‘I Can’t Describe’ is nowhere on Billboard but Miss Hunty is adjectives galore at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas tonight. Stompin’ the red carpet with the second appearance of her new pixie cut, the diva was spotted posing for a quick snap with Tyrese at the Soul Train Awards.
These two look GOOD together! But what do you think of Jenn’s look in her embroidered deep v-neck Balmain Spring/Summer 2012 dress…Hot or Not? Comment below.
K. Michelle beat Tamar Braxton in the Best New Artist category but Tamar still won big at the 2013 Soul Train Music Awards tonight (Nov. 8) taped in Las Vegas. The show will air Dec. 1 on BET and Centric. See which awards Tamar won and pics from her ‘Love & War/All The Way Home’ performance below.
Best R&B/Soul Female Artist
Song of the Year
Blurred Lines – Robin Thicke feat. Pharrell & T.I.
Fine China – Chris Brown
Love and War – Tamar Braxton
Poetic Justice – Kendrick Lamar feat. Drake
Suit & Tie – Justin Timberlake feat. Jay
“I’ve seen Nicci Gilbert twice in my life…I don’t know her,” Lil Mo tells Sister 2 Magazine. “When she tried to put my integrity in question, she mentioned my name twice, that’s a discussion. We gonna have to sit down and talk about it. Don’t mention my name. You don’t cut my check.”
Apparently in Nicci Gilbert’s interviews promoting ‘R&B Divas: Atlanta’ the Brownstone singer mentioned Lil Mo and Chante Moore from the Los Angeles spin-off, saying they took heed to drama instead of promoting unity.
“What kind of executive does that?” Mo continues. “All the years that I’ve been in this industry, I’ve never seen no executive talk about any of their staff in an interview…Unacceptable.”
Listen to Mo’s full response to Nicci below. Mo promised to ‘not throw nothing’. Let’s hope she keeps her word.