The 2009 Soul Train Music Awards

The Soul Train Music Awards are presented each year to the best R&B/soul albums. Artists are nominated for their work in the categories of Album of the Year, Best R&B/Soul Album, and Best Song. The awards are distributed by Tribune Entertainment Company, for the 19th consecutive time. They will be directed by Morris Abraham and George Duke. For more information, visit

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The award ceremony honors the best in Black music and entertainment. The show, produced by Soul Train, features musical performances. Formerly held during February, March, and April, the awards are now televised during the last weekend of November. The voting body for the awards is comprised of music industry professionals and active professionals in the radio and entertainment industries. The award show is televised on a cable television station in the U.S., which has a large Black audience.

The Soul Train Music Awards are peer-voted, and the winners are based on both performance and songwriting. While the Grammys are the Grammys of the R&B world, the Soul Train Awards have a significant correlation to the Souls. In fact, most nominees for Album of the Year go on to win a Grammy. This year’s award winners include H.E.R., Jazmine Sullivan, Silk Sonic, and Given.

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Chris Brown won four awards. The award for Best R&B/soul album went to him for the fourth time. He won three awards with Young Thug and the Lady of Soul Award for Best R&B Album. Ashanti was awarded the Living Legend award. Meanwhile, H.E.R. won two awards and a songwriters’ award. Her hit song, “I Can’t Breathe,” was also nominated for a Grammy.

New Edition won four awards for their album, which won best R&B/soul album. This year, the group also won three awards for “best R&B/soul male artist” and “Best R&B/soul album”. The award ceremony is hosted by BET and will be broadcast in the first-run national syndication on March 12. A new show is expected to be aired in 2009, but the songwriters’ guild is threatening to cancel the show.

The Soul Train Music Awards are a popular event, and the winners are voted by the music industry. The award for Best R&B/soul album was presented to Jazmine Sullivan, while H.E.R. won the award for Best Female R&B Artist. Other winners included the Living Legend Award, Lady of Soul award, and Maxwell. Among the other winners were H.E.R., Jazmine Sullivan, and Silk Sonic.

Ushers has received five nominations for the Soul Train Music Awards. His five nominations include Best R&B/Soul Album, Male, and Best Rap/Dance Video. He has also received five awards for his single “My Boo” featuring Alicia Keys. Aside from his song and video of the year, the Soul Tracks awards are presented in several categories. A nominee’s winning work may have helped to make their star rise in the music industry.

The Soul Train Music Awards are presented by BET. The show is filmed at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem. This year’s show will be the first to air at the legendary theater. During the live broadcast, the event will be televised nationally in first run. And in addition to the nominees, the audience will be able to watch live and participate. And remember, the show is not only about music.

The Soul Train Awards were presented at the historic Apollo Theater. The performances featured the latest R&B/soul stars, along with gospel artists. The awards will be aired live on BET. It is the third annual Soul Train Music Awards and will be broadcast on TV stations in many countries. It is held in December every year. Its host, Anthony Anderson, has a history of inspiring the audience with his musical performances.

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The Soul Train Music Awards are held each year to honor the best in R&B and gospel music. The awards show features musical performances from prominent R&B and gospel artists. The voting panel is composed of active professionals in the music industry. The awards are given to recording artists who have charted records. Past hosts have included Luther Vandross, Patti LaBelle, and Will Smith.