Soul Train Awards 2023: SZA, Usher, and Victoria Monet Shine Bright

Find out who won big at the 2023 Melody Honors! Check the list of winners, including SZA, Usher, and Victoria Monet, for their awesome musical achievements.

Nov 27, 2023 - 06:58
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Soul Train Awards 2023: SZA, Usher, and Victoria Monet Shine Bright
Soul Train Awards 2023: SZA, Usher, and Victoria Monet Shine Bright

The annual Soul Train Awards lit up Los Angeles on Sunday, November 26. SZA stole the spotlight, securing four wins, including Album of the Year for "SOS." Usher and Victoria Monet also triumphed with three and two awards, respectively. Notably, SZA's win marked the sixth consecutive time a female artist claimed the prestigious Album of the Year title.

Full List of Winners at the 2023 Soul Train Awards:

Album of the Year:

  • The Age of Pleasure - Janelle Monáe

  • Age/Sex/Location - Ari Lennox

  • Clear 2: Soft Life EP - Summer Walker

  • Girls Night Out (Extended) - Babyface

  • I Told Them… - Burna Boy

  • Jaguar II - Victoria Monét

  • SOS - SZA (Winner)

  • What I Didn’t Tell You (Deluxe) - Coco Jones

Song of the Year:

  • Back to Your Place - October London

  • Favorite Song - Toosii

  • Good Good - Usher, Summer Walker, and 21 Savage

  • ICU - Coco Jones

  • Kill Bill - SZA

  • Lipstick Lover - Janelle Monáe

  • On My Mama - Victoria Monét

  • Snooze - SZA (Winner)

Video of the Year:

  • Back to Your Place - October London

  • Boy’s a Liar Pt. 2 - PinkPantheress and Ice Spice

  • Boyfriend - Usher

  • Good Good - Usher, Summer Walker, and 21 Savage

  • ICU - Coco Jones

  • Kill Bill - SZA

  • Lipstick Lover - Janelle Monáe

  • On My Mama - Victoria Monét (Winner)

  • Special - Lizzo

Best R&B/Soul Female Artist:

  • Ari Lennox

  • Beyoncé

  • Coco Jones

  • H.E.R.

  • Janelle Monáe

  • Summer Walker

  • SZA (Winner)

  • Victoria Monét

Best R&B/Soul Male Artist:

  • 6lack

  • Babyface

  • Brent Faiyaz

  • Burna Boy

  • Chris Brown

  • Eric Bellinger

  • October London

  • Usher (Winner)

Best Group:

  • Dvsn

  • Flo

  • Jagged Edge

  • Kool & The Gang

  • Maverick City Music (Winner)

  • Phony Ppl

  • Ronald Isley & The Isley Brothers

  • Tank and The Bangas

  • Wanmor

Best Collaboration:

  • America Has a Problem (Remix) - Beyoncé ft. Kendrick Lamar

  • Boy’s a Liar, Pt. 2 - PinkPantheress and Ice Spice

  • Creepin’ (Remix) - Metro Boomin, The Weeknd, and Diddy ft. 21 Savage

  • Fly Girl - Flo ft. Missy Elliott

  • Good Good - Usher, Summer Walker, and 21 Savage (Winner)

  • Sittin’ on Top of the World - Burna Boy ft. 21 Savage

  • Special - Lizzo ft. SZA

  • To Summer, From Cole (Audio Hug) - Summer Walker and J. Cole

Best New Artist:

  • Ambré

  • Ayra Starr

  • Coco Jones (Winner)

  • Doechii

  • Flo

  • Fridayy

  • Tyla

  • Wanmor

Certified Soul Award:

  • Anthony Hamilton

  • Ashanti

  • Ciara

  • Eric Bellinger

  • Monica

  • PJ Morton

  • Ronald Isley and The Isley Brothers

  • T-Pain

  • Usher (Winner)

The Ashford and Simpson Songwriter’s Award:

  • Back to Your Place - October London

  • Favorite Song - Toosii

  • Good Good - Usher, Summer Walker, and 21 Savage

  • ICU - Coco Jones

  • Kill Bill - SZA

  • On My Mama - Victoria Monét

  • Sittin’ on Top of the World - Burna Boy ft. 21 Savage

  • Snooze - SZA (Winner)

Best Dance Performance:

  • Better Thangs - Ciara ft. Summer Walker

  • Boyfriend - Usher

  • Good Good - Usher, Summer Walker, and 21 Savage

  • How We Roll - Ciara & Chris Brown

  • On My Mama - Victoria Monét (Winner)

  • Snooze - SZA

  • Summer Too Hot - Chris Brown

  • Under the Influence - Chris Brown

Best Gospel/Inspirational Award:

  • All of the Glory - Shirley Caesar

  • All Things - Kirk Franklin (Winner)

  • Came Too Far - Fridayy ft. Maverick City Music & My Mom

  • Cry - Koryn Hawthorne

  • Feel Alright (Blessed) - Erica Campbell

  • God Problems - Maverick City Music, Chandler Moore, and Naomi Raine

  • The Journey - H.E.R.

  • Try Love - Kirk Franklin

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