Hopefully, Lauryn Hill and the members of TLC have a lot of extra shelf space in their respective homes.Hill was honored no less than three times at the Fifth Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards ceremony, which was held last Friday at the Santa Monica Civic Center in California. The songstress received awards for Best R&B/Soul Single, Solo (for "Ex-Factor"), Best R&B/Soul Album Of The Year Solo ("The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill") and Best R&B/Soul Or Rap Music Video ("Doo Wop [That Thing]"). Hill has previously won a number of awards for her debut solo album, "The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill," including three Soul Train Awards and five Grammy Awards (see "Lauryn Hill Hops On Board 'Soul Train' For Three Music Awards", "Lauryn Hill, Madonna Rule Over Smooth Grammy Night").
- Deborah Cox, "Nobody's Supposed To Be Here"
- Les Nubians, "Makeda"
- Lauryn Hill, "Doo Wop (That Thing)"
- Cassandra Wilson, "Traveling Miles"
- CeCe Winans, "His Gift"
- Natalie Cole
-- John Gillwith additional reporting by Brian Ives