Soul Train Music Award for Best Album of the Year

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Soul Train Music Award
for Album of the Year
Awarded for albums
Country United States
Presented by BET
First awarded 1997
Currently held by BeyoncéLemonade
Most awards Beyoncé (3)

This page lists the winners and nominees for the Soul Train Music Award for Best Album of the Year. Originally entitled Best R&B/Soul or Rap Album of the Year, it was first awarded during the 1997 ceremony. It was renamed to its current title during the 2004 ceremony. During the years 2005 to 2008, the category was separated to award female, male and group albums separate awards.

Beyoncé is the biggest winner with three wins.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.

1990s[edit]

Year Artist Album Ref
1997
2Pac All Eyez on Me [1]
The Fugees The Score
R. Kelly R. Kelly
Outkast ATLiens
1998
Erykah Badu Baduizm [2]
Mary J. Blige Share My World
The Notorious B.I.G. Life After Death
Puff Daddy and the Family No Way Out
1999
Lauryn Hill The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill [3]
Erykah Badu Erykah Badu Live
DMX It's Dark and Hell Is Hot
Jay Z Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life

2000s[edit]

Year Artist Album Ref
2000
R. Kelly R. [4]
Mary J. Blige Mary
DMX Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood
TLC FanMail
2001
Dr. Dre Dr. Dre 2001 [5]
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Jay Z The Dynasty: Roc La Familia
R. Kelly TP-2.com
2002
Jay Z The Blueprint [6]
Aaliyah Aaliyah
Ja Rule Pain Is Love
Alicia Keys Songs in A Minor
2003
Nelly Nellyville [7]
Ashanti Ashanti
LL Cool J 10
Nas Stillmatic
2004
OutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love Below [8]
Beyoncé Dangerously in Love
R. Kelly Chocolate Factory
Luther Vandross Dance with My Father
20052008 N/A
2009
Beyoncé I Am... Sasha Fierce [9]
Jamie Foxx Intuition
Kanye West 808s & Heartbreak
Maxwell Blacksummers'night
Ne-Yo Year of the Gentleman

2010s[edit]

Year Artist Album Ref
2010
Usher Raymond vs. Raymond [10]
Alicia Keys The Element of Freedom
Sade Soldier of Love
Drake Thank Me Later
Erykah Badu New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh)
2011
Chris Brown F.A.M.E. [11]
Adele 21
Beyoncé 4
Jay Z and Kanye West Watch the Throne
Jill Scott The Light of the Sun
Trey Songz Passion, Pain & Pleasure
2012
Frank Ocean Channel Orange [12]
Eric Benét The One
Nas Life is Good
R. Kelly Write Me Back
Usher Looking 4 Myself
2013
Kendrick Lamar Good Kid, M.A.A.D City [13]
Fantasia Side Effects of You
Jay Z Magna Carta Holy Grail
Miguel Kaleidoscope Dream
Rihanna Unapologetic
Justin Timberlake The 20/20 Experience
2014
Beyoncé Beyoncé [14]
Drake Nothing Was the Same
Michael Jackson Xscape
John Legend Love in the Future
Janelle Monáe The Electric Lady
Pharrell Williams Girl
2015
The Weeknd Beauty Behind the Madness [15]
Chris Brown X
D'Angelo and the Vanguard Black Messiah
Jill Scott Woman
Tyrese Black Rose
2016
Beyoncé Lemonade [16]
DJ Khaled Major Key
Drake Views
Rihanna Anti
Bryson Tiller T R A P S O U L
Kanye West The Life of Pablo

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  10. ^ "R. Kelly Kicks Off the Most Soulful Night in Entertainment at the 2010 Soul Train Awards". Soul Train.com. October 18, 2010. Retrieved 2016-10-14. 
  11. ^ Joseph, Justin (2011-11-27). "Soul Train Award 2011 Winners". Centric. Retrieved 2011-11-28. 
  12. ^ Daniel, Danica (November 25, 2012). "Soul Train Awards 2012 Complete Winners List". Centric. Retrieved 2012-11-26. 
  13. ^ "Soul Train Awards 2013, Hosted by Anthony Anderson". BET. Retrieved 2016-10-14. 
  14. ^ "Centric Announces 'Soul Train Awards 2014' Nominees Including Beyoncé & Pharrell". TV by the Numbers. Tribune Media Services. October 13, 2014. Retrieved 2014-10-14. 
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