Aloe Blacc is ready to bring soul to the Soul Train Awards…
The 35-year-old Panamanian American singer-songwriter is scheduled to perform at this year’s awards show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Blacc, a two-time nominee this year, will take the Orleans Arena stage in Las Vegas on November 7.
He joins a roster of Soul Train Award performers that includes Chris Brown, Nico & Vinz, Lisa Stansfield, Kem, Alyson Cambridge, BeBe Winans of 3WB, Jeremih and Liv Warfield.
Wendy Williams will host the event, airing November 30 at 8:00 pm ET on Centric and BET networks.
“Each year, we have the honor of hosting an incredibly special night that brings together the industry’s hottest acts, while paying homage to soul music icons,” said Paxton Baker, general manager and executive vp, Centric, in a statement. “We are thrilled to offer a platform where music superstars like Chris Brown and Trey Songz can share the stage with an industry veteran like Wendy Williams and a gospel legend like BeBe Winans.”
Blacc is nominated in the Songwriter’s Award and Video of the Year categories for his hit single “The Man.”
The 2014 Soul Train Awards is directed by Tony McCuin and produced by BET Event Productions and Sunseeker Media.