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Jodeci To Reunite And Perform At The Soul Train Awards

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If you like that New Jack sound, you are in for a treat come the 2014 Soul Train Awards.

Nineties hit makers Jodeci will reunite for the award show and play a medley of their hits and a snippet of their new single 'Nobody Wins.' There have also been reports the group is working with Timbaland on a new album, which would be their first since 1995's The Show, the After Party, the Hotel. 

The band hasn't performed together since 2006.

"Soul Train was a critical platform in the beginning of our career, so it only makes sense that our return to the stage be during Soul Train Awards 2014," Jodeci told Yahoo! Music. "We’re humbled by the loyalty of our fans who have asked for a reunion and look forward to giving them a show as only Jodeci can. #JODECIforever."

The Soul Train awards will be taped on November 7 in Las Vegas. and air November 30 on both Centric and BET. Chris Brown, who leads the pack with seven nominations, will also perform at the show.

Jodeci's marriage of R&B, Hip Hop and soul has been a big influence on many of today's rappers, who are more likely than their predecessors to also dabble in singing. In 2013, Drake and J. Cole released the track 'Jodeci' which paid tribute to the band.

Are you excited that Jodeci is coming back?

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