Babyface Awards



  • Babyface
    • Famous as : Singer, producer, composer
    • Birth Name : Kenneth Brian Edmonds
    • Birth Date : April 10, 1958
    • Birth Place : Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
    • Spouse : Denise (1980), Tracey Edmonds (film producer, 5-Sep-92 - 22-Jun-07), Nicole Pantenburg (backup dancer, since 17-May-14)
    • Claim to Fame : Album "Tender Lover" (1989)

Babyface Awards

  • American Music Awards

    • 1999
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • 1998
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Rock/Pop Male Artist
    • 1995
    • Won American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
    • 1994
    • Got nomination for American Music Award 
    • Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist
  • ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

    • 2000
    • Won ASCAP Award 
    • Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures (from movie "The Prince of Egypt" (1998))
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
  • Billboard Music Awards

    • 1998
    • Won Billboard Music Award 
    • Hot R&B Songwriter
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
  • Black Entertainment Television Awards

    • 1997
    • Won Black Entertainment Television Walk of Fame Award 
    • Hot R&B Songwriter
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
  • BMI Awards

    • 1998
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
    • 1997
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
    • 1996
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
    • 1995
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
    • 1994
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
    • 1991
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
    • 1990
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
    • 1989
    • Won BMI Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with Stephen Schwartz
  • BMI Film & TV Awards

    • 1997
    • Won BMI Special Recognition Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for "When You Believe"
    • shared with John Williams; Basil Poledouris; Stephen James Taylor
    • 1996
    • Won BMI Film Music Award 
    • Songwriter of the Year
    • for Waiting to Exhale (1995)
    • shared with John Williams; Basil Poledouris; Stephen James Taylor
    • 1996
    • Won Most Performed Song from a Film Award 
    • (from movie "Waiting to Exhale" (1995))
    • for "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)"
    • shared with John Williams; Basil Poledouris; Stephen James Taylor
    • 1993
    • Won Most Performed Song from a Film Award 
    • (from movie "Boomerang" (1992))
    • for "End of the Road"
    • shared with Antonio Reid; Daryl Simmons
    • 1990
    • Won Most Performed Song from a Film Award 
    • (from movie "Ghostbusters II" (1989))
    • for "On Our Own"
    • shared with Antonio Reid; Daryl Simmons
  • BMI Urban Awards

    • 2006
    • Won BMI Urban Icon Award 
    • (from movie "Ghostbusters II" (1989))
    • for "On Our Own"
    • shared with L.A. Reid
  • Emmy Awards

    • 2001
    • Got nomination for Emmy 
    • Outstanding Main Title Theme Music
    • for "Soul Food"
    • shared with Al Green (composer)
  • Golden Globes, USA

    • 2000
    • Got nomination for Golden Globe 
    • Best Original Song - Motion Picture (from movie "Anna and the King" (1999))
    • for "How Can I Not Love You"
    • shared with George Fenton; Robert Kraft
  • GQ Men of the Year Awards

    • 1997
    • Won GQ Men of the Year Award 
    • Solo Artist of the year
    • for "How Can I Not Love You"
    • shared with George Fenton; Robert Kraft
  • Grammy Awards

    • 2016
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Let It Burn"
    • shared with Jazmine Sullivan; Dwane M. Weir II
    • 2000
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (from movie "The Prince of Egypt" (1998))
    • for "The Prince Of Egypt (When You Believe)"
    • shared with Steve Schwartz
    • 1999
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
    • 1998
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Producer Of The Year (Non-Classical)
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year
    • for "The Day"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    • for "Everytime I Close My Eyes"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Album
    • for "The Day"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Song Written for a Motion Picture or for Television (from "Soul Food")
    • for "A Song For Mama"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "Silver Springs"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
    • 1998
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Music Video, Short Form
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
    • 1997
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Record of the Year
    • for "Change The World"
    • shared with Eric Clapton
    • 1997
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year
    • for "Change The World"
    • shared with Eric Clapton
    • 1997
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)"
    • shared with Eric Clapton
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Song of the Year
    • for "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)"
    • shared with Eric Clapton
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "You're Makin' Me High"
    • shared with Bryce Wilson
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Sitting Up In My Room"
    • shared with Bryce Wilson
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television (from movie "Waiting to Exhale" (1995))
    • for "It Hurts Like Hell"
    • shared with Bryce Wilson
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television (from movie "Waiting to Exhale" (1995))
    • for "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)"
    • shared with Bryce Wilson
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television (from movie "Waiting to Exhale" (1995))
    • for "Count On Me"
    • shared with Michael Houston; Whitney Houston
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group
    • for "Slow Jams"
    • shared with Tamia; Portrait; Barry White
    • 1996
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year
    • for "Slow Jams"
    • shared with Tamia; Portrait; Barry White
    • 1996
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television (from movie "Bad Boys" (1995))
    • for "Someone to Love"
    • shared with Tamia; Portrait; Barry White
    • 1996
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "You Can't Run"
    • shared with Tamia; Portrait; Barry White
    • 1996
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals
    • for "Someone To Love"
    • shared with Jon B.
    • 1996
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Red Light Special"
    • shared with Jon B.
    • 1995
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
    • for "When Can I See You"
    • shared with Jon B.
    • 1995
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "I'll Make Love To You"
    • shared with Jon B.
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "When Can I See You"
    • shared with Jon B.
    • 1995
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "You Mean The World To Me"
    • shared with L.A. Reid; Daryl Simmons
    • 1994
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Album of the Year (as a producer)
    • for "The Bodyguard" (soundtrack)
    • shared with Whitney Houston; BeBe Winans; David Cole
    • 1994
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Can We Talk"
    • shared with Daryl Simmons
    • 1994
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best Male R&B Vocal Performance
    • for "For The Cool In You"
    • shared with Daryl Simmons
    • 1993
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year (Non-Classical)
    • for "For The Cool In You"
    • shared with L.A. Reid
    • 1993
    • Won Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "End Of The Road"
    • shared with L.A. Reid; Daryl Simmons
    • 1991
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "My, My, My" (Johnny Gill's song)
    • shared with L.A. Reid; Daryl Simmons
    • 1991
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
    • for "Whip Appeal"
    • shared with L.A. Reid; Daryl Simmons
    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Instrumental Performance
    • for "It's No Crime" (Instrumental)
    • shared with L.A. Reid; Daryl Simmons
    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Superwoman"
    • shared with L.A. Reid
    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Producer of the Year (Non - Classical)
    • for "Superwoman"
    • shared with L.A. Reid
    • 1990
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Every Little Step"
    • shared with L.A. Reid
    • 1989
    • Got nomination for Grammy Award 
    • Best R&B Song
    • for "Don't Be Cruel"
    • shared with L.A. Reid & Daryl Simmons
  • MTV Video Music Awards

    • 1997
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best Male Video
    • for "Everytime I Close My Eyes"
    • shared with L.A. Reid & Daryl Simmons
    • 1997
    • Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award 
    • Best R&B Video
    • for "How Come, How Long"
    • shared with Stevie Wonder
  • NAACP Image Awards

    • 2015
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration
    • for "Love, Marriage, & Divorce"
    • shared with Toni Braxton
    • 2014
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration
    • for "Hurt You"
    • shared with Toni Braxton
    • 2002
    • Got nomination for NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
    • for Soul Food (2000)
    • shared with Toni Braxton
    • 1998
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Entertainer of the Year
    • for Soul Food (2000)
    • shared with Toni Braxton
    • 1998
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Album
    • for "Soul Food" (soundtrack)
    • shared with Toni Braxton
    • 1998
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Male Recording Artist
    • for "Soul Food" (soundtrack)
    • shared with Toni Braxton
    • 1998
    • Won NAACP Image Award 
    • Outstanding Motion Picture as producer
    • for "Soul Food"
    • shared with Toni Braxton
  • Soul Train Awards

    • 2014
    • Got nomination for Soul Train Award 
    • Best Collaboration
    • for "Hurt You"
    • shared with Toni Braxton
  • Soul Train Music Awards

    • 2007
    • Won Stevie Wonder Award for Outstanding Achievements in Song Writing 
    • Best Collaboration
    • for "Hurt You"
    • shared with Toni Braxton


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