There's going to be a ton of sangin' (and yes the "a" and apostrophe is necessary) happening on this year's BET Honors stage as three big voices are set to strut on it. Mariah Carey, Janelle Monáe and Jennifer Hudson have all been tapped to pay musical tribute to this year's crop of honorees, which include Motown founder Berry Gordy, rapper/actor Ice Cube, American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault, visual artist Carrie Mae Weems and the Queen of Soul herself, Aretha Franklin. The ladies will not be alone in the giving tribute as Smokey Robinson, Tamar Braxton and Wayne Brady (who is also pulling double duty as host) will also take the stage. Though no word on what the song list for the night will be, we can pretty much guess that 1960s soul music, especially some Motor City magic, will be firmly on display, and well, considering the talent roster, the music will be in good hands. As BET Honors is one of the few award ceremonies the station seems to get right, with this news and its contributors, it looks like once again this year's Honors will be yet another night to remember. BET Honors tapes this Saturday in Washington, DC and airs Monday, February 24th on BET.