List of awards and nominations received by CeCe Peniston

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CeCe Peniston's awards and nominations

Peniston in London's Heaven, UK in 2009
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
ASCAP Awards
3 3
Billboard Music Video Awards
1 3
BMI Awards
1 1
Soul Train
Music Awards
0 1
VH1 Awards
0 1
Winter Music Conference Awards
3 3
BPI certifications
2 2
CRIA certifications
1 1
RIAA certifications
2 2
Year-end charts
1 73
Beauty pageants
2 2
Other honors
2 2
Totals
Awards won 18
Nominations 94

The following is a list of music awards and/or nominations earned by the U.S. singer-songwriter CeCe Peniston, along with her music recording sales certifications and entries in the year-end charts.

Over her twenty years long career, Peniston released only three solo studio albums: Finally (1992), Thought 'Ya Knew (1994) and I'm Movin' On (1996) - each on A&M Records. She was still active, though, in recording singles also the last decade. Her fourth set CeCe, originally slated for its release in August 2011 on the independent label West Swagg Music Group,[1] was not released by now.

Apart from being a Soul Train Music Award-nominee in 1993,[2] Peniston won three ASCAP awards, three WMC awards, one Billboard Music Video Award and a BMI Award (all for her debut album).[3] She topped one year-end chart as Top Dance Music Club Play Artist of 1994[4] and received five sales certifications.[5]

Before entering the music industry, Peniston participated in beauty competitions and was crowned Miss Black Arizona in 1989, and Miss Galaxy in 1990.[6][7] In addition, she was honored by the Governor's Key to the State of Arizona, and inducted into the Phoenix College Hall of Fame.[3]

Music awards and nominations[edit]

ASCAP Awards[edit]

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is a not-for-profit performance rights organization that protects its members' musical copyrights by monitoring public performances of their music, whether via a broadcast or live performance, and compensating them accordingly.[8] Peniston won three awards:[A]

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally" Song of the Year Won[3]
Pop Songwriter of the Year Won[3]
Most Performed Song of the Year Won[3]
Notes

Billboard Music Video Awards[edit]

The Billboard Music Awards are sponsored by Billboard magazine. The awards are based on sales data by Nielsen SoundScan and radio information by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems. Peniston holds one award:

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally"[B] Best New Artist - Dance Won[10]
Best Female Artist - Dance Nominated[11]
"Keep On Walkin'" Best Female Artist - R&B/Rap Nominated[11]
Notes
  • B ^ Claude Borenzweig, the director of "Finally" music video, won the category Best Director - Dance.[10][11]

BMI Awards[edit]

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) is one of three United States performing rights organizations, along with ASCAP and SESAC. It collects license fees on behalf of songwriters, composers, and music publishers and distributes them as royalties to those members whose works have been performed.[12] Peniston received one award:

Year Nomination Category Result
1993 "Finally" Urban Award of Achievement Won[3]

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in the United States.[13] Peniston was not nominated. However, also two remixes of her own compositions, "Nobody Else" and "He Loves Me 2" (#24 on the US Dance),[14] both co-written and performed by herself, brought the four time Grammy-nominee Steve "Silk" Hurley his first two nominations as Remixer of the Year, Non-Classical (in 1999,[15] respectively in 2000[16]).

Soul Train Music Awards[edit]

The Soul Train Music Awards is an annual award show aired in national broadcast syndication that honors the best in African American music and entertainment established in 1987.[17] Peniston was nominated once (but lost in favor of the album What's the 411? by Mary J. Blige):

Year Nomination Category Result
1993 Finally Best R&B/Soul Album - Female Nominated[2]

VH1 Awards[edit]

VH1: 100 Greatest Dance Songs of All Time was a five-part series compiled by the music channel in 2000 that tracked mostly the disco era. The show, hosted by Paula Abdul, featured interviews, original commentaries, archival clips and rare concert footage.[18]

Year Nomination Category Result
2000 "Finally" Greatest Dance Song[C] Nominated[19]
Notes

WMC Awards[edit]

The Winter Music Conference (WMC) is a weeklong electronic music conference that is aimed at professionals such as artists, DJs, record label representatives (A&R), producers, promoters, radio and the media.[21] Peniston scored three awards:

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally" Best New Dance Artist Won[3]
Best Dance Artist - Solo Won[3]
Best 12" Dance Record Won[3]

Music recording sales certifications[edit]

Music recording sales certification is a system of certifying that a music recording has shipped or sold a certain number of copies. The number of sales or shipments required for a silver, gold, (multi-)platinum or diamond threshold depends on the population of the territory in which the title is released. These certificates are not automatic; the record label must pay a fee to have carried out an audit into the release in question.[22]

BPI certifications[edit]

The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) is the UK record industry's trade association. The level of the award varies and certificates are usually awarded on the basis of the amount of units the release has shipped, rather than the amount it has sold.[23] Peniston received two certifications:

Year Nomination Format Award Quota Result
1992 "Finally" Single Silver 200,000 Certified[5]
Finally Album Silver 60,000 Certified[5]

CRIA certifications[edit]

The Music Canada, formerly known as Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA), represents the interests of Canadian companies that create, manufacture and market sound recordings. Similarly to the BPI, they provide audio or video certifications, using only different thresholds.[24] Peniston received one certified award:

Year Nomination Format Award Quota Result
1992 Finally Album Gold 50,000 Certified[5]

RIAA certifications[edit]

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) operates an award program for the releases that sell a large(r) number of copies.[25] Peniston received two certifications:

Year Nomination Format Award Quota Result
1992 "Finally" Single Gold 500,000 Certified[5]
Finally Album Gold Certified[5]

Year-end charts[edit]

Year-end charts are usually calculated by an inverse-point system based solely on a title's performance during any given chart year.

Australia[edit]

ARIA

ARIA singles/albums chart is issued weekly by the Australian Recording Industry Association, and the charts are a record of the highest selling singles and albums in various genres in the country. Top 100 End of Year chart profiles the whole year in music.[26]

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally" Top Pop Singles #99[27]
2008 "Finally 2008" Top Club Tracks #17[27]
Kent Music Report

Kent Music Report was a weekly record chart of Australian music singles and albums, compiled by David Kent from 1974 to 1998. Afterwards, RIAA, who had been using the report under license for a number of years, chose to produce their own charts as the 'ARIA Charts'.[28]

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally" Top Singles #57[27]

Canada[edit]

MuchMusic Countdown

MuchMusic Countdown, originally sponsored by Coca-Cola (as the Coca-Cola Countdown) is a ninety-minute music video program block aired on Canadian music television station MuchMusic.[29]

Year Nomination Category Result
1991 "Finally" Top Singles #66[30]
RPM

The Canadian singles/albums chart was originally published by magazine RPM. Since November 2000, the Jam! Canoe website publishes a comprehensive collection of the official Canadian record charts (as compiled by Nielsen SoundScan).[31] Peniston entered a RPM Year-End Dance/Urban chart:

Year Nomination Category Result
1991 "Finally" Top Dance/Urban Singles #14[30]

Japan[edit]

Tokio Hot 100

Tokio HoT 100 (not to be confused with the Japanese national single chart, Oricon) is one of the most popular airplay charts in Tokyo, Japan, sponsored by McDonald's.[32]

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally" Top Pop Singles #41[33]
"We Got a Love Thang" #21[33]
1994 "I'm in the Mood" #30[33]

Netherlands[edit]

Nederlandse Top 40

Dutch Top 40 is one of the three official singles charts in the Netherlands. Apart from Single Top 100, the Top 40 and Mega Top 50 include airplay data (i.e. the more often a song is played on the radio, the higher it is placed also in the chart).[34] Peniston scored in one Dutch singles year-end chart (compiled by the Top 40 list) of 1992 with two her songs:

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally" Top Pop Singles #60[35]
"We Got a Love Thang" #79[35]

UK[edit]

Music Week

UK Top 75 is compiled by The Official Charts Company (OCC) and published in Music Week magazine. The full list of Top 200 selling singles/albums in the United Kingdom is published exclusively in ChartsPlus. Unlike the U.S. charts, no airplay statistics are used for the UK list.[36]

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 Herself Top Selling Singles Artists #20
[citation needed]
"Finally" Top Selling Singles #41[37]
"We Got a Love Thang" #88[37]
"Keep On Walkin'" #121[37]

USA[edit]

American Top 40

American Top 40 is an international independent radio program that counts down the forty most popular songs in the United States of America. However apart from the USA, the show is distributed by Premiere Radio Networks also in Canada, Australia, the Philippines, Singapore, China, India, the United Kingdom, Malaysia and several other territories. The AT40 charts are based on Mediabase data, published each Tueasday in USA Today. From 1990 to 1994, AT40 compiled its own year-end charts, which were very close to Billboard's, actually.[38]

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally" Top Pop Singles #10[39]
"Keep On Walkin'" #46[39]
"We Got a Love Thang" #79[39]
Billboard

The U.S. Billboard Year-End charts are a cumulative measure of a single or album's performance in the United States, based upon the Billboard magazine charts during any given chart year.[40] Peniston topped one U.S. end of year chart, being nominated in total twenty-nine times:

Year Nomination Category Result
1991 "Finally" Top Dance (Music) Club Play Singles #25[41]
Top Dance Music 12-Inch Singles Sales #42[41]
1992 Top Pop Singles #20[41]
"We Got a Love Thang" #97[42]
"Keep On Walkin'" #61[43]
Top R&B Singles #37[43]
Finally Top R&B Albums #29
[citation needed]
"Finally" Top Dance Music Maxi-Singles Sale #48[41]
"We Got a Love Thang" #20[42]
Top Dance Music Club Play Singles #16[42]
"Keep On Walkin'" #32[43]
1994 Herself Top Pop Singles Artists #73[44]
Top Pop Singles Artists - Female #14[44]
Top R&B Artists #23[44]
Top R&B Artists - Female #7[44]
Top R&B Singles Artists #15[44]
"I'm Not Over You" Top R&B Singles #32[45]
"I'm in the Mood" #42[46]
Top R&B Singles Airplay #31[46]
"I'm Not Over You" #32[45]
Top R&B Singles Sales #68[45]
Thought 'Ya Knew Top R&B Albums #71[44]
Herself Top Dance Music Club Play Artists #1[44]
Top Dance Music Maxi-Singles Sales Artists #15[44]
"I'm Not Over You" Top Dance Music Club Play Singles #9[45]
"Hit by Love" #24[47]
"I'm in the Mood" #44[46]
Top Dance Music Maxi-Singles Sales #42[46]
2001 "Lifetime to Love" Top Dance Music Club Play Single #30[48]
Cashbox

Cashbox, the most prominent competitor of Billboard and Record World (previously known as Music Vendor), was a weekly magazine that published charts of song popularity in the United States of America.[49]

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 "Finally" Top Pop Singles #73[50]
"Keep On Walkin'" #100[50]
Club Chart

Club Chart is a U.S. list of Top 50 dance music/electronic songs. The chart is compiled monthly by a panel of DJs from across the States since 2003, and published via DanceMusic.about.com, an online resource.[51]

Year Nomination Category Result
2007 "Shame Shame Shame" Top Club Singles[D] #85[51]
Notes
Record Research

Record Research Inc. was founded by the world-renown musicologist Joel Whitburn who, along with a team of researchers, examines in detail all of Billboard's music and video charts in addition. His annual pop listings therefore differ.[52]

Year Nomination Category Result
1992 Herself Top Pop Artists #9[53]
"Finally" Top Pop Singles #35[53]
"We Got a Love Thang" #105[53]
"Keep On Walkin'" #89[53]
"Inside That I Cried" #350[53]
"Crazy Love" #362[53]
1994 "I'm in the Mood" #122[53]
"I'm Not Over You" #152[53]
"Hit by Love" #314[53]
1996 "Movin' On" #271[53]
Traxsource

Traxsource is a leading U.S.-based dance music digital music downloads site that specialize in Underground music (such as House, Soulful, Deep, Jackin, Tech, Electro, Progressive, Indie Dance, Space Disco, Soul/Funk/Disco), providing various bitrates and formats for each download.[54]

Year Nomination Category Result
2007 "I'm Feelin' U" Top 100 Singles #10[55]

Others[edit]

Music VF

Music VF is a music database combining the U.S. and UK music charts entries since the 19th century. The U.S. charts information is based on Billboard's charts, while the British on the Official UK Charts Company stats.[56]

Year Nomination Category Result
1991 Herself Top Pop Artists #72[57]
"Finally" Top Pop Songs #58[58]
Top R&B Songs #24[59]
Top Dance Songs #21[60]
1992 Herself Top Pop Artists #14[57]
"We Got a Love Thang" Top Pop Songs #62[58]
"Keep On Walkin'" #63[58]
Top R&B Songs #33[59]
"We Got a Love Thang" #32[59]
Top Dance Songs #21[60]
"Keep On Walkin'" #22[60]
1994 Herself Top Pop Artists #46[57]
"I'm in the Mood" Top Dance Songs #21[60]

Beauty pageants[edit]

Miss Black Arizona[edit]

The Miss Black Arizona Scholarship Pageant was developed to promote cultural awareness and celebration of black women and girls in the state of Arizona. The program is open to contestants ages 3–27 with six divisions and titles granted each year.[61]

Year Nomination Category Result
1989 Herself Miss Black Arizona Won[6][7]

Miss Galaxy[edit]

Miss Galaxy is a beauty contest for girls and women between 16 and 28 years old, with eligibility requirements of size XS/S/M.[62]

Year Nomination Category Result
1990 Herself Miss Galaxy Won[6][7]

Other honors[edit]

Year Nomination Category Result
? Herself Governor's Key to the State of Arizona Yes[3]
? Phoenix College Hall of Fame Yes[3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  34. ^ "Nederlandse Top 40". Dutch Top 40 (in Dutch). Radio 538. radio538.nl. Retrieved 2011-03-20. 
  35. ^ a b For peak positions of Peniston's singles in Dutch 'Nederlandse Top 40' year-end chart, use the top40 link.
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  41. ^ a b c d For year-end chart positions of "Finally" as compiled by U.S. Billboard, only billboard.biz subscribers will access the specific billboard.biz links.
  42. ^ a b c For year-end chart positions of "We Got a Love Thang" as compiled by U.S. Billboard, only billboard.biz subscribers will access the specific billboard.biz links.
  43. ^ a b c For year-end chart positions of "Keep On Walkin'" as compiled by U.S. Billboard, only billboard.biz subscribers will access the specific billboard.biz links.
  44. ^ a b c d e f g h To review the Peniston ranking as classified by U.S. Billboard in the Year-End Chart of 1994, use the attached link finding a relevant page as listed below, depending on a category.
    • "The Year in Music - 1994". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. 1994-12-24. books.google.com. Retrieved 2011-03-13. 
      • Top Pop Singles Artists of 1994, see page YE-26, "CeCe Peniston #73".
      • Top Pop Singles Artists Female of 1994, see page YE-28, "CeCe Peniston #14".
      • Top R&B Artists of 1994, see page YE-31, "CeCe Peniston #23".
      • Top R&B Artists Female of 1994, see page YE-31, "CeCe Peniston #7".
      • Top R&B Albums of 1994, see page YE-32, "Thought 'Ya Knew by CeCe Peniston #71".
      • Top R&B Singles Artists of 1994, see page YE-34, "CeCe Peniston #15".
      • Top Dance Music Club Play Artists of 1994, see page YE-74, "CeCe Peniston #1".
      • Top Dance Music Maxi-Singles Sales Artists of 1994, see page YE-76, "CeCe Peniston" #15".
  45. ^ a b c d For year-end chart positions of "I'm Not Over You" as compiled by U.S. Billboard, only billboard.biz subscribers will access the specific billboard.biz links.
  46. ^ a b c d For year-end chart positions of "I'm in the Mood" as compiled by U.S. Billboard, only billboard.biz subscribers will access the specific billboard.biz links.
  47. ^ To review the U.S. Billboard end-of-year positions of "Hit By Love" single, only billboard.biz subscribers will access the specific billboard.biz link.
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  52. ^ "About Joel Whitburn". Joel Whitburn. Record Research. recordresearch.com. Retrieved 2011-03-20. 
  53. ^ a b c d e f g h i j For top positions of Peniston's singles as compiled by Record Research, choose a link depending on a specific year.
  54. ^ "About Traxsource". Traxsource. Traxsource. traxsource.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  55. ^ "CeCe Peniston - "I'm Feelin' U" - Top 100 Singles of 2007". Traxsource. Traxsource. traxsource.com. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  56. ^ "About Music VF". Howard Drake. Music VF. musicvf.com. Retrieved 2011-03-13. "CeCe Peniston #72" 
  57. ^ a b c For peak positions of Peniston herself as classified by Music VF for Top Pop Artists, use a link choosing a specific year.
  58. ^ a b c For peak positions of Peniston's singles as classified by Music VF for Top Pop Songs, follow a link with a specific year.
  59. ^ a b c For peak positions of Peniston's singles as classified by Music VF for Top R&B Songs, see a link depending on a specific year.
  60. ^ a b c d For peak positions of Peniston's singles as classified by Music VF for Top Dance Songs, review a link with a specific year.
  61. ^ "Miss Black Arizona Pageant and Scholarship Foundation - About". Miss Black Arizona. Miss Black Arizona. missblackarizona.com. Retrieved 2011-03-13. 
  62. ^ "About Miss Galaxy". Miss Galaxy. Miss Galaxy. miss-galaxy.us. Retrieved 2011-03-20. [dead link]

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