1993 Soul Train Music Awards

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Soul Train Music Awards
Date March 9, 1993 (1993-03-09)
Location Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California
Country United States
Hosted by Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle
and Luther Vandross
First awarded 1987
Most awards Michael Jackson and Boyz II Men (3)
Official website soultrain.com
Television/Radio coverage
Network WGN America

The 1993 Soul Train Music Awards was held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California on March 9, 1993. The show was hosted by Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle and Luther Vandross.

Special awards[edit]

Heritage Award[edit]

Humanitarian Award[edit]

Sammy Davis Jr. Award for Entertainer of the Year[edit]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are in bold text.

Best R&B/Soul Album – Male[edit]

Best R&B/Soul Album – Female[edit]

Best R&B/Soul Album – Group, Band, or Duo[edit]

Best R&B/Soul Single – Male[edit]

Best R&B/Soul Single – Female[edit]

Best R&B/Soul Single – Group, Band, or Duo[edit]

Song of the Year[edit]

Best Music Video[edit]

Best New R&B/Soul Artist[edit]

Best Gospel Album[edit]

Best Rap Album[edit]

Best Jazz Album[edit]

Performers[edit]

Notable performances[edit]

  • Michael Jackson, who sang "Remember the Time" during the ceremony, sat in a wheelchair on the stage throughout the entire performance due to an injured ankle;[1] dancers accompanied Jackson on choreography. Eddie Murphy, who was presented by Jackson with the Heritage Award, jokingly remarked "Isn't it nice to see him getting out and giving people awards.... I'd like to thank Michael for hobbling out here and giving me this award."

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dennis Hunt (March 11, 1993). "Jackson Shows Up to Gather Awards, Despite Ankle Injury". Los Angeles Times. 

External links[edit]