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Category: Soul Train Awards

Beyonce rides the Soul Train

February 7, 2007 | 10:01 am

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Beyonce may not have made the cut in the best song Oscar race for her work on "Listen," but she was top of the pops, so to speak, when nominations for the 21st annual Soul Train Awards were announced Tuesday. Up for three awards — female album, single, and video — this Dreamgirl proved herself to be "Irreplaceable." Other multiple nominees include Mary J. Blige, Chris Brown, Gnarls Barkley, and John Legend.

Awards are handed out in a March 10 ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium co-hosted by Omarion and LeToya that airs in syndication March 17-24. Winners are decided by a mix of performers, managers, and radio station staff.


Soul Train Music Awards Nominees

Best R&B Soul-Single, Female
"Irreplaceable," Beyonce
"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

CLICK HERE to See List of Other Nominess!

Photo: Beyonce may not have impressed Oscar, but she sure wowed the Soul Train voters. (DreamWorks)

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