Pop star Beyoncé emerged as the top winner at the Soul Train Awards, which aired on BET and BET Her on Saturday.
She won album of the year for the fourth time with her latest project "Renaissance", as well as song of the year for the third time with hit single "Break My Soul."
She also won best collaboration for "Make Me Say It Again, Girl," which features Ronald Isley & The Isley Brothers.
In the meantime Lizzo won best dance performance for "About Damn Time," Mary J. Blige received the Certified Soul award and Muni Long took the Ashford & Simpson songwriter's award for "Hrs & Hrs."
Jazmine Sullivan won best R&B/soul female artist for the second year in a row, while Chris Brown took best R&B/soul male artist for the second time in three years.
Silk Sonic won video of the year for the second year in a row with "Smokin' Out the Window" and Tems won best new artist.
Atlanta girl group Xscape became the second all-female group following SWV to be honoured with the Lady of Soul award.