Soul Train Awards 2011: Winners And Performances, Including Heavy D Tribute

Robbie Daw | November 28, 2011 8:15 am

With the exceptions of Chris Brown winning Album Of The Year for F.A.M.E. and Miguel being named Best New Artist, it was primarily ladies’ night at the 2011 Soul Train Awards, which went down on November 17 at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre, but aired last night on BET. That said, a bit of female star power was missing as winners like Nicki Minaj (Best Hip Hop Song), Beyonce (Best Dance Performance), Kelly Rowland (Song Of The Year) and Rihanna (Best Caribbean Performance) were not in attendance. Catch some of the performances, including the tribute to the late Heavy D, and the list of winners below. Heavy D Tribute — Goodie Mobb, Naughty By Nature, Whodini, Big Daddy Kane & Kurtis Blow at 2011 Soul Train Awards

Cee Lo Green & Melanie Fiona — “Fool For You” at 2011 Soul Train Awards

Robin Thicke — “Love After War” at 2011 Soul Train Awards

Miguel — “Girls Like You” at 2011 Soul Train Awards

2011 Soul Train Awards — winners

ALBUM OF THE YEAR: Chris Brown, F.A.M.E. SONG OF THE YEAR: Kelly Rowland – “Motivation” RECORD OF THE YEAR: Marsha Ambrosius – “Far Away” BEST FEMALE R&B & SOUL ARTIST: Jill Scott BEST MALE R&B & SOUL ARTIST: Cee Lo Green BEST NEW ARTIST: Miguel BEST HIP HOP SONG: Nicki Minaj – “Moment for Life” BEST DANCE PERFORMANCE: Beyonce – “Run the World (Girls)” BEST CARIBBEAN PERFORMANCE: Rihanna – “Man Down” BEST GOSPEL PERFORMANCE: Mary Mary – “Walking”