Chris Brown Has Seven Soul Train Nominations
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Chris Brown Leads the 2014 Soul Train Awards With Seven Nominations

Chris Brown has 7 Soul Train nominations
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Best New Artist
August Alsina
Jhené Aiko
LiV Warfield
Mack Wilds
Nico & Vinz

Sevyn Streeter Centric Certified Award
Avery Sunshine
Leela James
Luke James
Robert Glasper

Best Gospel/Inspirational Song
“Help” — Erica Campbell featuring Lecrae
“I Can Only Imagine” — Tamela Mann
“No Greater Love” — Smokie Norful
“Real Love” — Inspired People featuring Charles Jenkins
“Say Yes” — Michelle Williams featuring Beyoncé & Kelly Rowland
“We Are Victorious” — Donnie McClurkin featuring Tye Tribbett

Best Hip-Hop Song of the Year
“Fancy” — Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX
“Hold On (We’re Going Home)” — Drake featuring Majid Jordan
“Loyal” — Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne & Tyga
“No Mediocre” — T.I. featuring Iggy Azalea
“Pills N Potions” — Nicki Minaj
“Studio” — ScHoolboy Q featuring BJ the Chicago Kid

Best R&B/Soul Female Artist
Janelle Monaé
Jennifer Hudson
Aiko Marsha
Ambrosius Ledisi

Best R&B/Soul Male Artist
Chris Brown
John Legend
Kem Pharrell
Williams Tank
Trey Songz

Album of the Year
Beyoncé — Beyoncé
G I R L — Pharrell Williams
Love in the Future — John Legend
Nothing Was the Same — Drake
The Electric Lady — Janelle Monaé
Xscape — Michael Jackson

Song of the Year
“All of Me” — John Legend
“Drunk in Love” — Beyoncé featuring Jay Z
“Happy” — Pharrell Williams
“Hold On (We’re Going Home)” — Drake featuring Majid Jordan
“Love Never Felt So Good” — Michael Jackson featuring Justin Timberlake
“Loyal” — Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga

The Ashford and Simpson Songwriter’s Award
“All of Me” — John Legend (Toby Gad, John Stephens, Dave Tozer)
“Happy” — Pharrell Williams (Pharrell Williams)
“Pretty Hurts” — Beyoncé (Joshua Coleman, Sia Fuller, Beyoncé Knowles)
“Stay With Me” — Sam Smith (Steve Fitzmaurice, James Napier, William Phillips, Sam Smith)
“The Man” — Aloe Blacc (Khalil Abdul-Rahman, Sam Barsh, Aloe Blacc, Elton John, Daniel Seeff, Bernie Taupin) “The Worst” — Jhené Aiko (Jhené Aiko Chilombo, Mac Robinson, Brian Warfield)

Best Dance Performance
“2 On” — Tinashe featuring ScHoolboy Q
“Electric Lady” — Janelle Monáe
“Good Kisser” — Usher
“Loyal” — Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne & Tyga
“Talk Dirty” — Jason Derulo featuring 2 Chainz
“Turn Down for What” — DJ Snake & Lil Jon

Best Collaboration
Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne & Tyga — “Loyal”
Chris Brown featuring Usher & Rick Ross — “New Flame”
Janelle Monaé featuring Miguel — “Primetime”
Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake — “Love Never Felt So Good”
Robert Glasper featuring Jill Scott — “Calls”
Toni Braxton & Babyface — “Hurt You”

Video of the Year
“Drunk in Love” — Beyoncé featuring Jay Z (Hype Williams)
“Good Kisser” — Usher (Christopher Sims)
“Happy” — Pharrell Williams (We are from L.A.)
“New Flame” — Chris Brown featuring Usher (Breezy & Mike Ho)
“The Man” — Aloe Blacc (Matty Barnes)
“The Worst” — Jhené Aiko (Danny Williams)

Best International Performance
Davido — “Aye”
Machel Montano — “Ministry of Road (M.O.R.)”
Nico & Vinz — “Am I Wrong”
Sam Smith — “Stay With Me”
Shaggy feat. Ne-Yo — “You Girl”
Ziggy Marley — “I Don’t Want to Live on Mars”

Best Traditional Jazz Performance
Audra McDonald — “What a Little Moonlight Can Do”
Gregory Porter — “Hey Laura”
Kenny Garrett — “Pushing the World Away”
Monty Alexander — “Concierto de Aranjuez”
Wynton Marsalis — “Flee as A Bird to the Mountain (Live)”

Best Contemporary Jazz Performance
Liv Warfield — “Stay — ‘Soul Lifted’”
Najee featuring Meli’sa Morgan — “In the Mood to Take It Slow”
Robert Glasper featuring Jill Scott — “Calls”
Snarky Puppy — “Lingus (We Like It Here)”
Terrace Martin featuring Robert Glasper — “It’s Yours”
Vandell Andrew — “Let’s Ride”

Best Independent R&B/Soul Performance
Joe featuring Kelly Rowland — “Love & Sex Pt. 2″
Kelly Price — “It’s My Time”
LiV Warfield — “Why Do You Lie?”
Sebastian Mikael featuring Wale — “Last Night”
Shaliek — “The Past” Terrace Martin feat. T$,
Tone Trezure — “You’re the One”