Soul Train Nominations Announced

  /  02.06.2007


Omarion was on hand in Beverly Hills to announce the nominations for the 21st Anniversary Soul Train Music Awards. Beyoncé scored the most nominations with three including best female album for B’Day, best female single for “Irreplaceable,” and the Michael Jackson Award for best music video. Mary J. Blige garnered two nominations, for best female R&B soul-single for “Take Me As I Am,” and for best female R&B soul album for The Breakthrough. On the male side, John Legend, Chris Brown, Ne-Yo, and Yung Joc each got two nominations. LeToya and Omarion will co-host the awards, which will tape March 10 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. It will air in national syndication the week of March 17-24. Click here for a full list of nominees.


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