NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Album

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The NAACP Image Award winners for Outstanding Album:

Year Artist Album Nominees Ref
1990 Anita Baker Giving You the Best That I Got [1]
1992 Luther Vandross Power of Love [2]
1994 Whitney Houston The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album [3]
1996 Whitney Houston Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album [4]
1997 Whitney Houston The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album [5]
1998 Various Artists Soul Food [6]
1999 Lauryn Hill The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill [7]
2000 Various Artists The Best Man [8]
2001 Stevie Wonder At the Close of a Century [9]
2002 Alicia Keys Songs in A Minor [10]
2003 Kirk Franklin The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin [11]
2004 Luther Vandross Dance with My Father [12]
2005 Prince Musicology [13]
2006 Mariah Carey The Emancipation of Mimi [14]
2007 Various Artists Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture [15]
2008 Alicia Keys As I Am [16]
2009 Jennifer Hudson Jennifer Hudson [17]
2010 Mary J. Blige Stronger with Each Tear [18]
2011 John Legend and The Roots Wake Up! [19]
2012 Jennifer Hudson I Remember Me [20]
2013 Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston [21]
2014 Charlie Wilson Love, Charlie [22]
2015 Aretha Franklin Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics [23]
2016 Jill Scott Woman [24]
2017 Beyoncé Lemonade[25]

Most Wins and Nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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