The Soul Train Awards has announced that it has added two additional performers to the performance lineup: Brandy and Boys To Men. Also, LA Reid, Kat Graham and Jaheim have been added to the list of presenters. The event is part of Soul Train Weekend at the Orleans Hotel and Casino and Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Other events in addition to the awards show include a Grammy Foundation Entertainment Panel, 2015 Soul Train Kickoff & Welcome Party, Soul Train Weekend Late Night Party, Soul Train Weekend Charity Golf Classic and a Soul Train Weekend Concert featuring R. Kelly and special guest Kenny “Babyface’ Edmonds. The show will tape today and air on Nov. 29 on BET. Singer Ceelo Green stated that his first studio album in five years, “Heart Blanche”, is just the beginning of what he has planned. Green returns to the spotlight after a hiatus that began with his departure from the NBC series “The Voice” following a drug charge. The past few years have been a time of introspection and creativity and according to Green, “Heart Blanche’ is the result. The album will be released today. During an interview on ESPN’s “The Dan Le Betard Show’, Outkast’s Big Boi revealed that the Atlanta rap group nearly performed at a Super Bowl halftime show. According to Big Boi, the set never came to fruitation because NFL organizers offered the group limited stage time, while Andre 3000 wanted to perform their hits “Hey Ya” and “The Way You Move” in their entirety. Last year, Outkast played 40 festivals for their “ATLast” reunion tour, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of their debut album “Southernplayaisticadillacmuzik”.