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New Edition Takes Home the Bet Awards Lifetime Achievement Award

New Edition stole the show at the 2017 Bet Awards with their stunning performance. The hip hop group was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award and delivered a breathtaking performance. The show featured performances from all six members of the group. The group’s manager Brooke Payne served as the group’s longtime manager. The group had several members change over the years including Bobby Brown, who was dismissed due to drug use. Bobby went on to have a successful solo career. His replacement was Johhny Gill, while Ricky Bell went on to form the popular Hip Hop trio “Bell Biv Devoe.” Tresvant was also a solo artist.

The Lifetime Achievement Award was given to the group during the ceremony on Sunday. They have been releasing music for over thirty years and have put on some amazing shows over the years. They have also paved the way for many of the R&B groups of today. The BET Awards is a time to celebrate their accomplishments and celebrate their contributions to the music industry.

The New Edition group was founded in 1978 in Boston, Massachusetts. The band consists of members Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, Bobby Brown, Ronnie DeVoe, Johnny Gill, and Ralph Tresvant. They gained a huge following in the 1980s, and they collaborated with various recording companies.

After the run of their hit album Heart Break, the group decided to take a break and pursue their own side projects. The three original members of New Edition formed Bell Biv Devoe, while Tresvant and Gill released self-titled albums. In 1990, they performed at the MTV Video Music Awards.

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