- Chris Brown and Beyoncé won big at the 2020 BET Soul Train Awards
- Chris scooped the Song of the Year, Best Dance Performance, and Best R&B/Soul Male Artist awards
- Beyoncé bagged the Video of the Year award for her smash hit titled Brown Skin Girl
Chris Brown and Beyoncé won big at the 2020 BET Soul Train Awards. Chris scooped the Song of the Year and the Best Dance Performance awards with Young Thug for their smash hit titled Go Crazy. The R&B star also bagged the Best R&B/Soul Male Artist trophy.
Beyoncé took home the Video of the Year trophy for her hit titled Brown Skin Girl. The songstress features Nigerian singer WizKid on the track.
Other winners on the night were Megan Thee Stallion, who scooped the Rhythm & Bars Award, HER bagged the Best R&B/Soul Female Artist, and the Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Awards, while Summer Walker bagged the Album of the Year award for her project titled Over It.
Breezy's fans took to Twitter to congratulate him after he won big on the night. Check out some of their reactions below:
"Chris you are special bro."
"Congratulations to the goat himself."
"THANK YOU FOR RECOGNIZING GREATNESS."
"Well overdue, but congrats."
The 2020 awards ceremony was hosted by Martin stars Tisha Campbell and Tichina Arnold.
In other music news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, was nominated for the 63rd Grammy Awards which is set to take place on Sunday, January 31, 2021.
This nomination makes it the second time that the Nigerian singer would be nominated for the prestigious music award. The Ye crooner was nominated for his recent album Twice As Tall under the Best Global Music Album.
Burna Boy was later spotted in a celebratory mood with his mom and other people following the announcement.
In the video clips he shared on his Instagram story, the singer who donned a jacket and fez cap, was with his immediate family members and crew as they sang and raised their glasses to the occasion.
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