TLC Nominated For Three Soul Train Music Awards

Hip-hop trio TLC, who are already up for eight Grammy Awards, received another batch of accolades last night, as the group received three nominations for this year’s Soul Train Music Awards, leading all artists.

Nominees for the 14th Annual Soul Train Music Awards were announced last night by Montell Jordan and Tamia during a press conference at Paramount Studios in Hollywood, California.

Aside from TLC, the nominees for the Soul Train awards were evenly divided among the ten categories, with seven artists including Mary J. Blige, Whitney Houston, Destiny’s Child, and Donell Jones each receiving two nominations. DMX, Mariah Carey, Juvenile, and 20 other artists each picked up a single nomination.

In addition to the competitive categories, organizers for this year’s Soul Train Music Awards have announced that DMX and Mary J. Blige will both receive the Sammy Davis, Jr. Award for “Entertainer Of The Year,” while Prince will be named “Artist Of The Decade.”

The 14th
Annual Soul Train Music Awards will be handed out at a gala event scheduled for March 4 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, with Eric Benét, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, Tamia, and Shemar Moore set to co-host.

The complete list of nominees for this year’s Soul Train Music Awards:

Best R&B/Soul Single, Female

  • “Ex-Factor” – Lauryn Hill
  • “Heartbreaker” – Mariah Carey featuring Jay-Z
  • “My Love Is Your Love” – Whitney Houston
  • “Chante’s Got A Man” – Chante Moore
Best R&B/Soul Single, Male

  • “So Anxious” – Ginuwine
  • “U Know What’s Up” – Donell Jones
  • “Fortunate” – Maxwell
  • “Back At One” – Brian McKnight
Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band, Or Duo

  • “Bills, Bills, Bills” – Destiny’s Child
  • “Beauty” – Dru Hill
  • “Get Gone” – Ideal
  • “No Scrubs” – TLC
Best R&B/Soul Album, Female

  • “Mary” – Mary J. Blige
  • “On How Life Is” – Macy Gray
  • “My Love Is Your Love” – Whitney Houston
  • “On The 6″ – Jennifer
    Lopez
Best R&B/Soul Album, Male

  • “A Day In The Life” – Eric Benét
  • “100% Ginuwine” – Ginuwine
  • “Where I Wanna Be” – Donell Jones
  • “Back At One” – Brian McKnight
Best R&B/Soul Album, Group, Band, Or Duo

  • “The Writing’s On The Wall” – Destiny’s Child
  • “It’s Real” – K-Ci & JoJo
  • “Princesses Nubiennes” – Les Nubians
  • “Fanmail” – TLC
Best R&B/Soul Or Rap New Artist

  • “Gotta Man” – Eve
  • “Get Gone” – Ideal
  • “Back That Azz Up” – Juvenile featuring Manny Fresh and Lil’ Wayne
  • “No More Rain (In This Cloud)” – Angie Stone
Best R&B/Soul Or Rap Music Video

  • “Hot Boyz” – Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott featuring Nas, Eve, and Q-Tip
  • “Vivrant Thing” – Q-Tip
  • “What’s It Gonna Be” – Busta Rhymes
  • “Will 2K” – Will Smith
R&B/Soul Or Rap Album Of The Year

  • “Mary” – Mary J. Blige
  • “Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood” – DMX
  • “R.” – R. Kelly
  • “Fanmail” – TLC
Best Gospel Album


  • “The Lord Is A Wonder” – Dorothy Norwood
  • “God Can & God Will” – Dottie Peoples
  • “Healing: Live In Detroit” – Richard Smallwood
  • “Live In Detroit, Vol. 2″ – Vickie Winans