With Dallas songstress Erykah Badu serving as host for the evening, the annual Soul Train Awards, which was previously recorded, aired yesterday (November 29).

After snatching up a handful of awards during the American Music Awards earlier this month, The Weeknd earned yet another set of awards for his work. During the Soul Train Awards, the crooner won for Best R&B/Soul Male Artist and Album of the Year.

Other artists who walked away with more than one award included Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. The pair won Video of the Year and Song of the Year for their “Uptown Funk” record.

The awards show welcomed a handful of highlights courtesy of host, Erykah Badu.

At one point during the broadcast, Badu took part in imaginary phone conversations with a handful of artists, including Iggy Azalea.

“No no no, you can come, ’cause what you’re doing is definitely not rap…In fact, I’mma send an Uber for you right now,” the singer said during her phone conversation with Azalea.

Badu also joked about her past relationships with rappers, and being banned from Hip Hop awards, during her intro.

A full list of Soul Train Awards winners can be found below.

Best New Artist


Best R&B/Soul Male Artist

The Weeknd

Centric Certified Award


Video of the Year

Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk”

Best Gospel and/or Inspirational Song

Lecrae, “All I Need Is You”

Album of the Year

The Weeknd, Beauty Behind the Madness

Best Hip-Hop Song of the Year

Kendrick Lamar, “Alright”

Best R&B/Soul Female Artist

Jill Scott

Song of the Year

Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk”

The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award

“Glory” (from the motion picture Selma) written by Lonnie Rashid Lynn, John Roger Stephens and Che Smith (artists: Common and John Legend)

Best Dance Performance

Silento, “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)”

Best Collaboration

Omarion featuring Chris Brown & Jhené Aiko, “Post to Be”