Beyoncé Leads Soul Train Nominations

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By: Rizoh

      Beyoncé Knowles may finally get a chance to win an award this year, thanks to her multiple Soul Train Music Awards nominations. Jay-Z’s squeeze reeled in three Soul Train nods this year, including one for “Best Female Album.”

      "Irreplaceable," picked up a nomination for “Best Female Single” and for the “Michael Jackson Award for Best Music Video.”

      Winners for the 21st Anniversary Soul Train Music Awards will be announced March 10 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, and the show will air in syndication March 17-24. Omarion and LeToya will co-host the event.


Here’s a complete list of this year’s Soul Train nominees:


Best R&B/Soul Single,Female   
“Irreplaceable”  Beyoncé
 “Take Me As I Am”  Mary J. Blige
 “Love”  Keyshia Cole
 “Torn”  LeToya

Best R&B/Soul Single, Male   
“4 Minutes”  Avant         
“Yo (Excuse Me Miss)”   Chris Brown
 “Save Room”   John Legend
 “Sexy Love”   Ne-Yo

Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo 
“Crazy”  Gnarls Barkley
“Just Came Here to Chill”  The Isley Brothers Featuring Ronald Isley
 “Good Luck Charm”  Jagged Edge
“Stickwitu”  The Pussycat Dolls Featuring Avant

Best R&B/Soul Album, Female   
“B’Day”  Beyoncé
“The Breakthrough” Mary J. Blige
“Testimony: Vol. I Life & Relationship”  India Arie 
  “The Makings of Me”  Monica

Best R&B/Soul Album, Male   
“Chris Brown”   Chris Brown
“Unpredictable”   Jamie Foxx
“Once Again”  John Legend
“The Evolution of Robin Thicke”  Robin Thicke

Best R&B/Soul Album, Group, Band or Duo
“Danity Kane”   Danity Kane
“St. Elsewhere”  Gnarls Barkley
 “Baby Makin’ Music”  The Isley Brothers FeaturingRonald Isley
“Jagged Edge”   Jagged Edge

Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist  
Lupe Fiasco  “Gotcha”
Ne-Yo  “Sexy Love” 
Rick Ross “Hustlin’” 
Yung Joc  “It’s Goin’ Down”

The Michael Jackson Award For Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video
 “Irreplaceable”  Beyoncé
 “I Love My Chick”  Busta Rhymes Featuring & Kelis
“Show Me What You Got” Jay-Z
“We Fly High”  Jim Jones

Best R&B/Soul or Rap Dance Cut
“Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It”  Dem Franchize Boyz Featuring Lil Peanut & Charlay
 “Give It Up to Me” Sean Paul feat. Keyshia Cole
 “Chicken Noodle Soup”   Webstar &Young B Featuring The Voice of Harlem
“It’s Goin’ Down”  Yung Joc

Best Gospel Album 
“Paved the Way”  The Caravans
“Songs from the Storm, Volume I”  KirkFranklin
“Singing the Old Time Way, Volume II”  Bishop G.E. Patterson & Congregation
“The Struggle is Over”  Youth for Christ