Soul Train Music Award for Best Collaboration

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This page lists the winners and nominees for the Soul Train Music Award for Best Collaboration. This category was created in the 2009 ceremony and since its creation, Chris Brown is the only artist to win the award twice.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.


Year Artist Song Ref
Keri Hilson (featuring Kanye West and Ne-Yo) "Knock You Down" [1]
Keyshia Cole (featuring Monica) "Trust"
Mario (featuring Gucci Mane and Sean Garrett) "Break Up"
Mary Mary (featuring Kierra "Kiki" Sheard) "God in Me"
Trey Songz (featuring Drake) "Successful"


Year Artist Song Ref
20102012 N/A
Robin Thicke (featuring T.I. and Pharrell Williams) "Blurred Lines" [2]
Brandy (featuring Chris Brown) "Put It Down"
J. Cole (featuring Miguel) "Power Trip"
Alicia Keys (featuring Maxwell) "Fire We Make"
Miguel (featuring Kendrick Lamar) "How Many Drinks?"
Janelle Monáe (featuring Erykah Badu) "Q.U.E.E.N."
Wale (featuring Sam Dew) "LoveHate Thing"
Chris Brown (featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga) "Loyal" [3]
Toni Braxton and Babyface "Hurt You"
Chris Brown (featuring Usher and Rick Ross) "New Flame"
Robert Glasper (featuring Jill Scott) "Calls"
Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake "Love Never Felt So Good"
Janelle Monáe (featuring Miguel) "PrimeTime"
Omarion (featuring Jhené Aiko and Chris Brown) "Post to Be" [4]
Big Sean (featuring Drake and Kanye West) "Blessing"
Common and John Legend "Glory"
Mark Ronson (featuring Bruno Mars) "Uptown Funk"
Nicki Minaj (featuring Beyoncé) "Feeling Myself"
Fat Joe and Remy Ma (featuring French Montana and Infared) "All the Way Up" [5]
Beyoncé (featuring Kendrick Lamar) "Freedom"
Chance the Rapper (featuring Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz) "No Problem"
DJ Khaled (featuring Drake) "For Free"
Rihanna (featuring Drake) "Work"
DJ Khaled (featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller) "Wild Thoughts" [6]
Jazmine Sullivan and Bryson Tiller "Insecure"
Mary J. Blige (featuring Kanye West) "Love Yourself"
Solange (featuring Sampha) "Don't Touch My Hair"
SZA (featuring Travis Scott) "Love Galore"
Daniel Caesar (featuring H.E.R.) "Best Part" [7]
Bruno Mars (featuring Cardi B) "Finesse (Remix)"
John Legend (featuring BloodPop) "A Good Night"
Khalid, Ty Dolla $ign & 6lack "OTW"
SZA (featuring Kendrick Lamar) "Doves in the Wind"
Chris Brown (featuring Drake) "No Guidance" [8]
Ari Lennox & J. Cole "Shea Butter Baby"
Beyoncé, Saint Jhn & Wizkid (featuring Blue Ivy Carter) "Brown Skin Girl"
Cardi B & Bruno Mars "Please Me"
PJ Morton (featuring JoJo) "Say So"
Ty Dolla $ign (featuring J. Cole) "Purple Emoji"

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Nero, Mark. "2009 Soul Train Awards". Retrieved 2012-07-06.
  2. ^ "Soul Train Awards 2013, Hosted by Anthony Anderson". BET. Retrieved October 14, 2016.
  3. ^ "Centric Announces 'Soul Train Awards 2014' Nominees Including Beyoncé & Pharrell". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Media Services. October 13, 2014. Archived from the original on October 16, 2014. Retrieved October 14, 2014.
  4. ^ "2015 Soul Train Awards Nominees Include The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Beyoncé & More". The Boombox. October 16, 2015. Retrieved July 12, 2016.
  5. ^ "Erykah Badu Returns to Host the 2016 Soul Train Music Awards as Drake, Beyoncé Lead Nominations". Billboard. October 12, 2016. Retrieved October 12, 2016.
  6. ^ "Solange, Bruno Mars Lead 2017 Soul Train Awards Nominations". Billboard. October 17, 2017. Retrieved October 19, 2017.
  7. ^ Mitchell, Gail. "2018 Soul Train Awards Exclusive: H.E.R., Bruno Mars & Cardi B Top Nominees". Billboard. Retrieved October 26, 2018.
  8. ^ Mitchell, Gail. "Chris Brown, Drake, Beyoncé & Lizzo Top Nominees For 2019 Soul Train Awards: Exclusive". Billboard. Retrieved November 2, 2019.