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Famous as :

Singer, producer, composer

Birth Name :

Kenneth Brian Edmonds

Birth Date :

April 10, 1958

Birth Place :

Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Claim to fame :

Album "Tender Lover" (1989)

American Music Awards


1999

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1998

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Rock/Pop Male Artist

1995

Won American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

1994

Got nomination for American Music Award
category Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards


2000

Won ASCAP Award
category 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
category Hot R&B Songwriter

Black Entertainment Television Awards


1997

Won Black Entertainment Television Walk of Fame Award


BMI Awards


1998

Won BMI Award
category Songwriter of the Year

1997

Won BMI Award
category Songwriter of the Year

1996

Won BMI Award
category Songwriter of the Year

1995

Won BMI Award
category Songwriter of the Year

1994

Won BMI Award
category Songwriter of the Year

1991

Won BMI Award
category Songwriter of the Year

1990

Won BMI Award
category Songwriter of the Year

1989

Won BMI Award
category Songwriter of the Year

BMI Film & TV Awards


1997

Won BMI Special Recognition Award

shared with John Williams; Basil Poledouris; Stephen James Taylor

1996

Won BMI Film Music Award
for Waiting to Exhale (1995)

1996

Won Most Performed Song from a Film Award
category (from movie "Waiting to Exhale" (1995)) for "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)"

1993

Won Most Performed Song from a Film Award
category (from movie "Boomerang" (1992)) for "End of the Road"
shared with Antonio Reid; Daryl Simmons

1990

Won Most Performed Song from a Film Award
category (from movie "Ghostbusters II" (1989)) for "On Our Own"
shared with Antonio Reid; Daryl Simmons

BMI Urban Awards


2006

Won BMI Urban Icon Award

shared with L.A. Reid

Emmy Awards


2001

Got nomination for Emmy
category Outstanding Main Title Theme Music for "Soul Food"
shared with Al Green (composer)

Golden Globes, USA


2000

Got nomination for Golden Globe
category 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
category Solo Artist of the year

Grammy Awards


2000

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category 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
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "How Come, How Long"
shared with Stevie Wonder

1998

Won Grammy Award
category Producer Of The Year (Non-Classical)

1998

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for "How Come, How Long"

1998

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Silver Springs"
shared with Stevie Wonder

1998

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Song Written for a Motion Picture or for Television (from "Soul Food") for "A Song For Mama"

1998

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Album for "The Day"

1998

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Everytime I Close My Eyes"

1998

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for "The Day"

1997

Won Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for "Change The World"
shared with Eric Clapton

1997

Won Grammy Award
category Producer of the Year

1997

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)"

1997

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)"

1997

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "You're Makin' Me High"
shared with Bryce Wilson

1997

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Sitting Up In My Room"

1997

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television (from movie "Waiting to Exhale" (1995)) for "It Hurts Like Hell"

1997

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television (from movie "Waiting to Exhale" (1995)) for "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)"

1997

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category 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
category Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for "Slow Jams"
shared with Tamia; Portrait; Barry White

1996

Won Grammy Award
category Producer of the Year

1996

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "You Can't Run"

1996

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Red Light Special"

1996

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Someone To Love"
shared with Jon B.

1996

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television (from movie "Bad Boys" (1995)) for "Someone to Love"

1995

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "I'll Make Love To You"

1995

Won Grammy Award
category Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "When Can I See You"

1995

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "When Can I See You"

1995

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "You Mean The World To Me"
shared with L.A. Reid; Daryl Simmons

1994

Won Grammy Award
category 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
category Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "For The Cool In You"

1994

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Can We Talk"
shared with Daryl Simmons

1993

Won Grammy Award
category Producer of the Year (Non-Classical)
shared with L.A. Reid

1993

Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "End Of The Road"
shared with L.A. Reid; Daryl Simmons

1991

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category 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
category Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male for "Whip Appeal"

1990

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Instrumental Performance for "It's No Crime" (Instrumental)

1990

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Every Little Step"
shared with L.A. Reid

1990

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for "Superwoman"
shared with L.A. Reid

1990

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Producer of the Year (Non - Classical)
shared with L.A. Reid

1989

Got nomination for Grammy Award
category 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
category Best Male Video for "Everytime I Close My Eyes"

1997

Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award
category Best R&B Video for "How Come, How Long"
shared with Stevie Wonder

NAACP Image Awards


2014

Got nomination for NAACP Image Award
category Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration for "Hurt You"
shared with Toni Braxton

2002

Got nomination for NAACP Image Award
category Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Soul Food (2000)

1998

Won NAACP Image Award
category Entertainer of the Year

1998

Won NAACP Image Award
category Outstanding Album for "Soul Food" (soundtrack)

1998

Won NAACP Image Award
category Outstanding Male Recording Artist

1998

Won NAACP Image Award
category Outstanding Motion Picture as producer for "Soul Food"

Soul Train Awards


2014

Got nomination for Soul Train Award
category Best Collaboration for "Hurt You"
shared with Toni Braxton

Soul Train Music Awards


2007

Won Stevie Wonder Award for Outstanding Achievements in Song Writing


 
 
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