BET celebrated and honored R&B legends and soul music’s brightest new stars at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas for the 2017 Soul Train Awards.
The comedic and soulful Erykah Badu returned to reprise her role as host of the evening.
The night included electrifying performances from Toni Braxton, SWV, Method Man, Tamar Braxton, Keyshia Cole, Kirk Franklin, Jessie J, 112, Tank, Daniel Caeser, DVSN, Le’Andria Johnson, Demetria McKinney, Ledisi, Luke James, MAJOR., Ro James and U-God.
Grammy award-nominated, multi-platinum female R&B trio SWV was presented with the third annual Lady of Soul Award, and living legend Toni Braxton was honored with the Don Cornelius Legend Award.
AllHipHop's Rea Davis caught up with Method Man on the red carpet before he hit the stage with SWV to perform the Wu-Tang remix of SWV's "Anything."
Method Man discussed his excitement about performing, his current television gigs and more!
"I'm actually performing with the Sisters With Voices today, so I'm looking forward to that. I'm looking forward to getting out of this suit. That's what it do," said Method Man.
When asked what he's currently working on, Method Man revealed that he's been quite busy!
"A few things. We got the Wu-Tang project out right now. We got 'Drop The Mic'....I know 'Drop The Mic' is definitely in effect Tuesdays on TBS; make sure y'all check for that; 10:30. 'The Deuce' just got renewed for another season. So I'm happy. I'm a happy camper," said Method Man.
Method man also made it clear that he has been a fan of Cardi B and Vince Staples this year, when asked about his favorite 2017 Hip Hop projects.
"Whooo, Vince Staples dropped one that was amazing. There's a few people. I don't really like naming names and stuff. A lot of the stuff that came out this year is pretty good. Shout out to Ms. Cardi B for blowing up like she did. Word," added Meth.
Method Man didn't seem to be too surprised about the craziness of Donald Trump being president and all that's currently going on in the world as he explained that we've been living on a limited amount of time.
"We are on borrowed time. We all been on borrowed time ya know. That's all I can say about that," he said.
Check out the interview below!
The Soul Train Awards air tonight at 8/7c on BET & BETHER.