Fresh off their Grammy success, Usher and Alicia Keys dominated the Soul Train Awards, with each winning two individual awards and sharing the prize for best R&B-soul single by a group or duo.
R&B sensation Usher picked up the award for best male R&B-soul single for Confessions Part II, as well as the prize for best R&B-soul album by a male artist for Confessions.
Keys got a nod for the best female R&B-soul single for her hit If I Ain’t Got You and was honored for best female R&B-soul album for The Diary of Alicia Keys.
The two singers already shared a Grammy for their chart-topping duet My Boo. Keys won four Grammys last month, while Usher had three.
The awards, named after the long-running television show, honor recording artists in R&B, hip-hop, rap and gospel music. The awards are chosen by a group of radio station professionals, talent managers and performers.
The ceremony was held at Paramount Studios in Hollywood.