Singers John Legend and Tyrese were honorees at the Triumph Awards. Legend received the Presidential Award for service and humanitarian efforts at the show, which was taped on Saturday. The Grammy award winning singer was not in attendance, but accepted his award via a video taped message sitting along side Rev. Al Sharpton. TV One collaborated with the National Action Network and Rev. Sharpton. The show recognized each individual for their positive impact on society by utilizing their talents and resources to help those in under-privileged communities. Gibson was presented with the Entertainer of the Year award by Martin Luther King. After he was presented his award, he took the stage to perform his single “Shame”. Rev. Joseph E. Lowery received the Chairman’s Award for historic and transformative service as a civil rights leader. Comedian/actress Wanda Sykes was presented the Activism in the Arts award for years of service to youth homelessness and engagement in the LGBT community. Intel chief diversity officer Rosalind Hudnell was presented the Corporate Executive of the Year award. Rapper T.I performed a spoken word piece titled “United We Stand”, urging youth to not lose focus and the meaning behind Black Lives Matter. Along with Gibson, other performers included Tasha Cobbs, Ledisi, Jazmine Sullivan and Estelle. Grammy award winning jazz artist and producer Glasper served as the show’s musical director of the house band. R&B singers Stokley Williams and Chante Moore dueted on the Donny Hathaway classic “Someday We’ll All Be Free”.   Actress Tichina Arnold, from the series “Survivor’s Remorse”, was hostess for the event. The show will air on TV One on October 3. Last Friday, it was announced that singer Whitney Houston would be resurrected via hologram 2016 thanks to a collaboration between Pat Houston, President of the Whitney Houston Estate and Greek billionaire Alki David, CEO of Hologram USA. David revealed that the late singer’s hologram will make it’s debut in about a year. He was also quoted as saying “We need to finalize the script for the show. It should be a relatively smooth process”. He went on to add that the Whitney Houston hologram show will incorporate live components drawing from the late singer’s live performances, digital components, in the same way that Tupac and Snoop Dog interacted on stage at Coachella as well as a narrative structure. The narrative will documents parts of the singer’s life, her achievements and celebrate her life. Negotiations between Pat Houston and Hologram USA have been ongoing for over two years, David explained. A specific venue for Whitney’s hologram’s US debut has yet to be finalized. R&B singer/songwriter Tweet has returned to radio with the new single “Won’t Hurt Me”. The acoustic guitar driven track is the lead single from her upcoming album “Charlene”. Available now for pre-order on iTunes, “Won’t Hurt Me” will be digitally released on the service on September 21. The music video for the single will be released the same week. “Charlene”, Tweet’s third studio album, will be released in early 2016. The singer worked with long time collaborators Craig Brockman, Nisan Stewart, John “Jubu” Smith and Charlie Bereal to work on the new album. Friend and mentor Missy Elliott makes a guest appearance on the album as well. Her last charting album was 2005’s “It’s Me Again”.