Singer Janet Jackson has officially confirmed her pregnancy, although a recently published photograph makes it difficult to  hide. The pop music icon officially announced that she’s pregnant during an interview with People magazine. In April, the songstress postponed her “Unbreakable World Tour” to plan a family with husband Wissam Al Mana. Over the past few months, the singer has kept a low profile, with the exception of being spotted shopping for baby buys at Back In Action, a furniture store in London. A source close to the Jackson family stated that Jackson is doing well and very excited about her pregnancy. No word on a due date, however. Hard to believe though it may be, it’s almost time for the 2016 Soul Train Music Awards. The show will be filmed on Nov. 6 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas and air on Nov. 27 on Centric and BET at 8 p.m. EST. Drake leads the list of nominations with twelve, including two for “Video of the Year” for his collaboration with Rhianna “Work” and his smash hit “Hotline Bling.” Beyoncé follows with eight nominations, including “Best R&B/Soul Female Artist, “Album/Mixtape of the Year”, for her latest effort “Lemonade”, as well as multiple honors for the single “Formation”, including “Song of the Year”, “Best Dance Performance” and “The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award.” Rhianna, Usher, Kanye West and DJ Khaled all received multiple honors, including “Video of the Year”, “Album/Mixtape of the Year” and “Best Collaboration.” The new generation of soul was also recognized, including Bryson Tiller, Chance the Rapper and Anderson .Paak, as all are multiple nominees across several categories, including “Best R&B/Soul Male Artist” and the “Rhythm & Bars Award.” Songwriter/producer/musician Teddy Riley is slated to receive the “Legend Award” and the “Lady of Soul Award” will be presented to singer/actress Brandy. Centric has confirmed that Erykah Badu will return as host of the “Soul Train Awards” for the second year in a row. Solange Knowles and sister Beyoncé have turned out to be quite a power duo. With Solange’s latest effort “A Seat At The Table” recently hitting the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Top 200 chart, they have become one of a few siblings who have each had solo projects reach No. 1. Only Michael and Janet Jackson and Master P. and brother Silkk The Shocker have accomplished that feat. Over the weekend, Master P. along with his roster of New No Limit artists, including Black & Mild, HB, J Slug and MoeRoy, rocked the 2016 A3C Festival in Atlanta. While speaking before a huge crowd in a hotel ballroom, the self made millionaire revealed his business sense. He stated that he was trying to figure out how to earn money when others wanted to be the best rapper. On Sunday, Master P. and company closed the festival with a Master P. & Friends show, which showcased four rhymers in their element. In addition to grooming rap talent, Master P. is also preparing a forthcoming project titled “Louisiana Hot Sauce”, an ode to his Louisiana roots, which is slated for release in 2017.