Singer John Legend made a great concert by DJ/house producer Kygo even better by joining him onstage for his cover of Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing”. Dressed in all black with a leather jacket covered with metal spikes, the crooner pumped up the audience for a crowd favorite. While it’s hard to top Gaye’s vocals which are featured on Kaygo’s remake, not surprisingly, Legend held his own. The Soul Train Awards will celebrate their 29th airing with singer Erykah Badu serving as hostess. In prior years, the show has been hosted by big names such as Wendy Williams, LeToya Luckett (former member of the original Destiny’s Child), Omarion, Tyrese and Dionne Warwick, among others. The Soul Train Awards will be honoring Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds with the Legend award and singer/actress Jill Scott with the Lady of Soul Award. Scott recently topped the Billboard 200 for the second time with “Woman”. Bruno Mars, The Weeknd and Mark Ronson have the most nominations, with five each. The Soul Train Awards will air on Nov. 29 at 8 P. M. EST on BET and Centric. Rumors continue to persist that singer Beyoncé is pregnant. The singer and her husband Jay Z have neither confirmed nor denied the rumors thus far. In other J and Bay news, to commemorate reaching one million subscribers, Jay Z and a host of famous friends took over Brooklyn’s Barclay Center last night for Tidal X, an all-star gathering  that played like as eclectic and seamlessly as a carefully curated playlist. Throughout the evening, each artist was given a small window to perform either one song or several tracks, transitioning from one performer to the next and toggling between a main stage and an island centered in the middle of the arena. While 25 acts graced both stages, plus a mid-show extended set from DJ Cipha Sounds, the headliners held court over the night’s affairs. Jay Z, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj are among the acts who helped celebrate the milestone.