Maxwell

Singer Once classified as part of the neo-soul movement after his 1996 hit “Ascension (Don’t Ever Wonder),” Maxwell’s appeal has stood the test of time—from his remake of Kate Bush’s “This Woman’s Work” to the R.Kelly-penned “Fortunate” that topped the R&B charts in 1999. After a ten-year hiatus from recording, he returned with a #1 album and a Grammy-nominated smash “Pretty Wings.” Many consider the Brooklyn-based crooner’s rendition of Al Green’s “Simply Beautiful” at the 2008 BET Awards a career-defining moment.

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: MAXWELL, JILL SCOTT SPREAD LOVE ON STAGE

R&B stars kick off the BET Experience concerts with electrifying show.

Love Is in the Air: Maxwell, Jill Scott and Others Take the Stage

See all the highlights from night one of the BET Experience concerts at L.A.'s Staples Center.

BET Experience After Dark: Party Highlights Day 1

See what happened on the first official night of this unforgettable event.

Kevin Ross Is Carrying on the Motown Tradition

Washington, D.C., singer talks new EP, learning from Maxwell and Ne-Yo.

Best Summer Concert Images of 2014

The season's hottest shows captured in real time.

Celebrities: Out and About: 50 Cent on T.I. vs. Mayweather, KimYe Wedding

Comedian Billy Sorells recaps May’s hottest celeb news. (6/2/2014)
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