Angie Stone, Ginuwine, Marvin Sapp and Ramsey Lewis will be honored at the 2021 Black Music Honors. The two hour show will be taped at the City Winery in Nashville, TN and televised in national syndication from June 5 to July 4. It will air on Bounce TV on Saturday, June 19 at 1 p.m. ET. All four of the artists being honored have been Black music stars for years, but among them, only Lewis has won a Grammy. This demonstrates the need for a show like this to shine a light on stars who aren’t always given their due at other award shows. Stone will receive the Soul Music Icon Award; Ginuwine, the Urban Music Icon Award, Sapp, the Gospel Music Icon Award, and Lewis, the Legends Award. The National Museum of African American Music in Nashville will be honored with the Legacy Award. The museum, established in 2019, showcases the musical genres inspired, created or influenced by African Americans. Chicago-based television production company Central City Productions will present the show. This year marks the first time that the program, now in its sixth year, will air in June. Talk show host, comedienne and author Loni Love will host the special. Love won a 2018 day time Emmy Award for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host as one of the co-hosts of The Real.