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List of awards and nominations received by Aaliyah

List of Aaliyah awards and nominations
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
American Music Awards
4 6
BET Awards
1 7
Billboard Music Awards
6 23
Grammy Awards
0 5
Juno Awards
0 2
MOBO Awards
5 5
MTV Video Music Awards
3 7
Soul Train Music Awards
1 5
Totals
Awards won 44
Nominations 65

This is a list of awards and nominations received by the late American R&B singer Aaliyah. Aaliyah won many awards out of immaculate nominations.

Awards

  • American Music Awards
    • 1995 Favorite Soul/R&B New Artist ; ``Nominated``
    • 1999, Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist ; Winner
    • 2002, Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist; Winner
    • 2002, Favorite R&B/Soul Album: Aaliyah; Winner
    • 2003, Favorite Female R&B Artist; Winner
  • BET Awards
    • 2000, Best Actress: "Romeo Must Die" Nominated
    • 2000, Best Female R&B Artist: "Romeo Must Die" Nominated
    • 2001, Best Female R&B Artist"; Nominated
    • 2002, Best Actress: "Queen of the Damned"; Winner
    • 2002, Best Female R&B Artist; Nominated
    • 2002, Video of The Year: " Rock the Boat"; Nominated
    • 2002, Viewer Choice Awards; Nominated
  • Billboard Music Video Awards
    • 2000, Maximum Vision Video: Try Again; Nominated
    • 2000, Best R&B Clip : Try Again; Nominated
  • Billboard Music Awards[1][2]
    • 1994, Top New R&B Artist of the Year, Female; Nominated
    • 1994, Top New R&B Artist of the Year; Nominated
    • 1996, Top R&B Artist of the Year, Female; Nominated
    • 1996, Top R&B Single of the Year, Female; "One in a Million"; Winner
    • 1996, Top R&B Single of the Year; One in a Million; Nominated
    • 1998, Top Airplay Song of the Year; Are You That Somebody; Nominated
    • 1998, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Single Airplay Single of the Year; Are You That Somebody; Winner
    • 2000, Top Airplay Single Of the Year; Try Again; Nominated
    • 2000, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of the Year, Female; Winner
    • 2000, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of the Year; Nominated
    • 2001, Top Female Artist Of the Year; Nominated
    • 2001, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Album of the Year; Aaliyah; Nominated
    • 2001, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist Of the Year; Nominated
    • 2001, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of the Year, Female; Nominated
    • 2002, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of the Year, Female; Nominated
    • 2002, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of the Year; Nominated
    • 2002, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Album of the Year; Aaliyah; Nominated
    • 2003, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of the Year, Female; Winner
    • 2003, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Album of the Year, Female; Winner
    • 2003, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Single of the Year, Female; Winner
    • 2003, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Single of the Year; Nominated
    • 2003, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of the Year; Nominated
    • 2003, Top Hip-Hop/R&B Album of the Year; Nominated
  • Echo
    • 2003, Best Hip Hop/R&B International; Nominated
  • Icon Israeli Musical Artist Award
    • 2004, Best Selling International Female Artist of the year; Winner
  • Juno Awards
    • 2002, Best Selling Album by International Artist: Aaliyah; Nominated
    • 2003, Best Selling Album by International Artist: I Care 4 U; Nominated
  • MOBO Awards
    • 2002, Best Video: "More Than a Woman"; Winner
    • 2002, Best Dance Video: "More Than a Woman"; Winner
    • 2002, Best International Act; Winner
    • 2002, Best Video : "Rock The Boat" Winner
    • 2002, Best Video Female R&B Vocals "We Need A Resoloution Winner
  • MTV Video Music Awards
    • 1999, Best R&B Video: "Are You That Somebody?"; Nominated
    • 1999, Best Video from a Film: "Are You That Somebody?"; Nominated
    • 2000, Best Choreography : "Try Again" ;Nominated
    • 2000, Best Female Video: "Try Again"; Winner
    • 2000, Best Video From Film: "Try Again"; Winner
    • 2002, Best R&B Video: "Rock the Boat"; Winner
    • 2003, Best R&B Video: "Miss You"; Nominated
  • MTV Movie Awards
    • 1999, Best Movie Song: "Are You That Somebody?"; Winner
    • 2001, Best Female Performance: "Romeo Must Die"; Nominated
    • 2001, Breakthrough Female Performance: "Romeo Must Die"; Nominated
    • 2001, Best Movie Song: "Try Again"; Winner
    • 2002, Best Villain: "Queen of the Damned"; Nominated
  • MTV Europe Music Awards
    • 2001, Best Song: "Try Again"; Winner
    • 2002, Best R&B Artist; Nominated
    • 2002, Best Song: "More Than a Woman"; Nominated
    • 2003, Best Song: "Rock the Boat"; Winner
  • New Musical Express, UK (NME)
    • 2002, Record of The Year: "More Than a Woman"; Winner
  • Pakistan Music Awards
    • 2001, Best song from a female artist Aaliyah - Try Again; Winner
    • 2001, Best song from an international film Aaliyah - Try Again; Winner
    • 2001, Best Female Dance Video Aaliyah - Try Again; Winner
    • 2002, Best Female Dance Video Aaliyah - More Than A Woman; Nominated
  • Rolling Stone (Title)
    • 2001, Best R&B Album, Aaliyah for "Aaliyah" ; Winner
  • Soul Train Awards
    • 1998, Female R&B/Soul Single: "One in a Million";Nominated
    • 2001, Female R&B/Soul Single: "Try Again"; Winner
    • 2002 Female R&B/Soul Single: "Rock the Boat"; Winner
  • Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
    • 1999, Best R&B/Soul Song: "Are You That Somebody?"; Nominated
    • 1999, Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video: "Are You That Somebody?"; Nominated
    • 2000, Best R&B/Soul Single - Solo: "Try Again";Nominated
    • 2000, Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video : "Try Again"; Nominated
    • 2001, Best R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year: "Try Again"; Nominated
    • 2002 Best R&B/Soul Single  : "Rock the Boat"; Winner
    • 2002, Best R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year: "Rock the Boat"; Winner
  • Source Awards
    • 2000, R&B Artist of the Year, Female: Aaliyah; Nominated
  • World Music Awards
    • 2001, World's Best Selling R&B Artist; Nominated
    • 2002 World's Best Selling Female R&B Artist Of The Year; Winner

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