The best part about BET Honors are the honorees and performances. Check out some of the amazing highlights from last year's show below and get ready to recap the phenomenal 2014 event on February 24 9P/8C. 
The Mandela family accepts the Champion of Humanity Award as they reflect on Nelson Mandela's legacy as one of history's greatest leaders.
With immense gratitude for BET and its rich history of exposing artists such as her to the masses, Aretha Franklin accepts the Musical Arts Award.
While reflecting on the extraordinary journey of how he made it, Berry Gordy imparts wisdom on the definition of vision, passion and success. Watch!
Wayne Brady explains why all of the honorees are extraordinary.
In an eloquently delivered acceptance speech, Visual Arts Award honoree Carrie Mae Weems acknowledges those that have widened the path to make her work possible, including the other honorees. Watch!
In his moving acceptance speech, Ice Cube reflects on his humble beginnings in South Central Los Angeles to taking the center stage at BET Honors and thanks those who were instrumental in that journey.
Wayne Brady proves he is the host with the most and is sexier than Boris Kodjoe while paying tribute to this year's honorees with a hilarious remix of the '90s hit "Pony." Want funny? We got you. Watch!
From N.W.A to the silver screen, Ice Cube is a true example of a "renaissance man." See why.
The visual artist's journey is worth a thousand words. Look, listen and learn!
Anthony Anderson puts Wayne Brady's improv skills to the test. He passes with flying colors.