Motown Gospel Celebrates Three Nominations for 2021 Soul Train Awards


The 34th Annual Soul Train Awards will be airing on Sunday, November 28th at 8pm ET/7pm CST on BET this year. Nominees Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Brian Courtney Wilson, and Kelly Price are each recognized in this year’s Best Gospel/Inspirational category. EJ Gaines and Monica Coates, the Co-Executive Directors of Motown Gospel showed appreciation for their artists to be recognized on such a large and influential platform in the black community. The Soul Train Awards has had such an impact on the culture of America. With over two, significant decades of chart-topping and award-winning artists, albums, and songs, Motown Gospel is one of the most famous gospel companies in the world.

Tasha Cobbs Leonard was recently named the Top Gospel Artist of the Decade by Billboard. Her latest full-length release of Loyalty: Live at the Ryman, charted at the ended of 2020. She appeared on Good Morning America twice in one year in 2021, and performed her rendition of Lift Every Voice and Sing on CNN’s annual Fourth in America special broadcast on Independence Day.

Brian Courtney Wilson recently released his first holiday ep, At Christmas, getting us into the spirit of the season. His double GRAMMY nominated album, A Great Work, is followed by his number one radio single and title track, Still.

GRAMMY nominated singer and song writer, Kelly Price, released her six song ep, Grace in partnership with Motown Gospel. Her project was recently promoted on multiple national platforms including The Breakfast Club, GMA3, and Access Hollywood.

Tune in to the 34th Annual Soul Train Awards hosted by Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold for the fourth year in a row at the world famous Apollo Theatre in New York City and will air on BET.