On Sunday night, the 2019 NAACP Image Awards aired on TV One. The star-studded ceremony, which celebrates the talents and contributions of individuals of color, presented Beyoncé with the Entertainer of the Year award.
Instead of thanking her team and those involved in her craft, the multi-awarded superstar used her speech to honor her fellow nominees, including Chadwick Boseman, LeBron James, Regina King, and Ryan Coogler.
Ella Mai won three awards, including Outstanding New Artist, Outstanding Album (Ella Mai) and Outstanding Song – Contemporary for “Boo’d Up.”
Find out how else in recording won big at the 50th Image Awards.
Outstanding New Artist: Ella Mai
Outstanding Male Artist: Bruno Mars
Outstanding Female Artist: H.E.R.
Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration: Kendrick Lamar, SZA “All the Stars”
Outstanding Jazz Album: Jazmin Ghent, The Story of Jaz
Outstanding Gospel Album: Koryn Hawthorne, Unstoppable
Outstanding Documentary: Amazing Grace
Outstanding Music Video/Visual Album: Childish Gambino “This is America”
Outstanding Song – Traditional: Toni Braxton “Long As I Live”
Outstanding Song – Contemporary: Ella Mai “Boo’d Up”
Outstanding Soundtrack/Compilation: Black Panther
Outstanding Album: Ella Mai, Ella Mai
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