List of awards and nominations received by Brandy
Norwood in July 2004
Brandy has accumulated numerous awards since her career began in the early 1990s , This lists is a condensed list of her most notable awards and nominations
- 1 American Music Awards
- 2 Billboard Music Awards
- 3 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
- 4 BMI Awards
- 5 California Music Awards
- 6 Congress of Racial Equality
- 7 ECHO Awards
- 8 Grammy Awards
- 9 Kids' Choice Awards
- 10 MOBO Awards
- 11 MTV Awards
- 12 NAACP Image Award
- 13 People's Choice Awards
- 14 Soul Train Awards
- 15 Stellar Awards
- 16 Teen Choice Awards
- 17 Young Artists Awards
- 18 YoungStar Awards
- 19 References
American Music Awards
|1996||Brandy||Favorite Soul/R&B New Artist||Won|
|Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist||Nominated|
|1997||Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist||Nominated|
|1999||Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist||Nominated|
|Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist||Nominated|
|2000||Favorite Female Soul/R&B Artist||Nominated|
Billboard Music Awards
The Billboard Music Awards are sponsored by Billboard magazine and is held annually in December. The awards are based on sales data by Nielsen SoundScan and radio information by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems.
|1995||Brandy Norwood||Best New R&B Artist||Won|
|Best R&B Female||Won|
|"I Wanna Be Down"||Best New Clip, Rap||Won|
|Best New Clip, R&B/Urban||Won|
|1998||"The Boy Is Mine"||Dance Maxi Sales Single of the Year||Won|
|Hot 100 Sales Single of Year||Won|
|R&B Sales Single of the Year||Won|
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards were a film awards ceremony, founded by Blockbuster Inc., that ran from 1995 until 2001. The awards were produced by Ken Ehrlich every year. In 1999, Norwood received a nod for her performance in I Still Know What You Did Last Summer.
|1999||Brandy Norwood||Favorite Actress — Horror||Nominated|
BMI Pop Awards
|1996||Sittin' Up In My Room||Award Winning Song||Won|
|1999||The Boy Is Mine||Won|
|2000||Almost Doesn't Count||Won|
|2009||Right Here (Departed)||Won|
BMI Urban Awards
|2002||What About Us?||Award Winning Song||Won|
California Music Awards
Founded by now-defunct BAM magazine in 1977 as the Bay Area Music Awards, the "Bammies" were expanded and renamed in 1998 to honor musical excellence across California. Rather than being chosen by an academy, winners are decided by popular vote. Ballots were available in Tower Records stores and participants could also cast their votes online.
|1998||Never Say Never||Outstanding R&B Album||Won|
|2000||Brandy Norwood||Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Award||Won|
|1999||Never Say Never||Best-selling Album by an International Newcomer||Won|
|1996||Brandy Norwood||Best New Artist||Nominated|
|"Baby"||Best Female R&B Vocal Performance||Nominated|
|1997||"Missing You"||Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals||Nominated|
|Waiting to Exhale||Album of the Year||Nominated|
|"Sittin' Up In My Room"||Best Female R&B Vocal Performance||Nominated|
|1999||"The Boy Is Mine"||Record of the Year||Nominated|
|Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals||Won|
|Best R&B Song||Nominated|
|Never Say Never||Best R&B Album||Nominated|
|2000||"Almost Doesn't Count"||Best Female R&B Vocal Performance||Nominated|
|2003||Full Moon||Best Contemporary R&B Album||Nominated|
|2005||Afrodisiac||Best Contemporary R&B Album||Nominated|
Kids' Choice Awards
The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards are an annual awards show that airs on the Nickelodeon cable channel, which airs live and is usually held and telecast live, that honors the year's biggest television, movie, and music acts, as voted by Nickelodeon viewers.
|1995||Brandy Norwood||Favorite Singer||Won|
|1998||Brandy Norwood||Favorite Television Actress (for Moesha)||Nominated|
|2004||"Talk About Our Love" (feat. Kanye West)||Best Collaboration||Won|
|Brandy||Best R&B Act||Nominated|
MTV Movie Awards
|1996||"Sittin' Up in My Room"||Best Movie Song||Won|
|1999||Brandy Norwood||Best Female Breakthrough Performance||Nominated|
MTV Video Music Awards
|1995||"I Wanna Be Down"||Best Rap Video||Nominated|
|"Baby"||Best Choreography in a Video||Nominated|
|1996||"Sittin' Up in My Room"||Best Video from a Film||Nominated|
|"Brokenhearted"||Best Cinematography in a Video||Nominated|
|1998||"The Boy Is Mine"||Video of the Year||Nominated|
|Best R&B Video||Nominated|
|1999||"Have You Ever?"||Best R&B Video||Nominated|
|2002||"What About Us?"||Viewer's Choice||Nominated|
|2004||"Talk About Our Love"||Best R&B Video||Nominated|
|2016||"The Girl is Mine" (99 Souls featuring Destiny's Child and Brandy)||Best Electronic Video||Nominated|
NAACP Image Award
The NAACP Image Award is an accolade presented by the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to honor outstanding people of color in film, television, music, and literature.
|1996||Outstanding New Artist (for Brandy Norwood)||Won|
|1997||Brandy Norwood||Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress (for Moesha)||Won|
|1998||Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series (for Moesha)||Nominated|
|Outstanding Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special (for Cinderella)||Nominated|
|1999||Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series (for Moesha)||Nominated|
|2014||Brandy Norwood||Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (for The Game)||Won|
People's Choice Awards
|1996||Brandy Norwood||Favorite New TV Actress||Nominated|
|2004||Brandy Norwood||Favorite Look||Nominated|
Soul Train Awards
Soul Train Music Awards
|1995||Brandy||R&B/Soul or Rap Album of the Year||Nominated|
|"I Wanna Be Down"||R&B/Soul Artist, Female||Nominated|
|Brandy||R&B/Hip-Hop New Artist of the Year||Won|
|1998||"Top of the World"||Best R&B/Soul Single-Solo||Nominated|
|"The Boy Is Mine"||Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video||Nominated|
|"The Boy Is Mine"||Best R&B/Soul Single-Group, Band or Duo||Nominated|
|Never Say Never||Best Soul or Rap Album of the Year||Nominated|
|Never Say Never||Best R&B/Soul Album-Female||Nominated|
|2002||"Full Moon"||Best R&B Single/Solo||Nominated|
|Full Moon||Best R&B Album/Solo||Nominated|
|2005||Afrodisiac||Best Soul/R&B Album-Female||Nominated|
|2013||"Put It Down"||Best Collaboration||Nominated|
|2016||Brandy||Lady of Soul Award||Won|
Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
|1996||Brandy||R&B/Soul Album of the Year||Won|
|Brandy||R&B/Soul New Artist||Won|
|"I Wanna Be Down"||Best R&B/Single, Solo||Won|
|Best R&B/Soul Song of The Year||Won|
|1997||Brandy||The Aretha Franklin Award for Entertainer of the Year||Won|
|2002||"Full Moon"||Best R&B/Soul or Rap Song,||Nominated|
|2001||Norwood Kids Foundation||Most Notable Achievement Awards||Won|
Teen Choice Awards
The Teen Choice Awards is an annual awards show that airs on the Fox Network. The awards honor the year's biggest achievements in music, movies, sports, television, fashion and more, voted by teen viewers aged 13 to 19.
|1999||Brandy Norwood||TV – Choice Actress (for Moesha)||Nominated|
|Music - Choice Female Artist||Won|
Young Artists Awards
The Young Artist Award is an accolade bestowed by the Young Artist Association, a non-profit organization founded in 1978 to honor excellence of youth performers, and to provide scholarships for young artists who may be physically and/or financially challenged.
|1994||Brenden Jefferson, Adam Jeffries, Brandy Norwood, Jason Weaver||Outstanding Youth Ensemble in a Television Series||Nominated|
|1997||Brandy Norwood||Best Performance in a TV Comedy: Leading Young Actress||Nominated|
|1998||Brandy Norwood||Best Performance in a TV Comedy: Leading Young Actress||Nominated|
|1999||Brandy Norwood||Best Performance in a TV Drama or Comedy Series: Leading Young Actress||Nominated|
The YoungStar Awards, presented by The Hollywood Reporter, honored young American actors and actresses from ages 6–18 in their work in film, television, stage and music. The awards ceremony was held from 1995 until 2000.
|1997||Brandy Norwood||Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Comedy TV Series (for Moesha)||Nominated|
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