Toni Braxton eclipsed Janet Jackson and Whitney Houston to win two awards Tuesday at the Soul Train Music Awards.
Braxton, whose self-titled debut album is currently the No. 1 record in the United States, won awards for best R&B single, “Breathe Again,” and best album for a woman artist.
The 27-year-old Braxton has already won two Grammy Awards and two American Music Awards this year.
Both Braxton and Jackson led the field with four nominations apiece in the same categories. Jackson won best R&B music video for “If.”
Houston bested both with R&B song of the year for “I Will Always Love You” and was honored with the Sammy Davis Jr. Award as Entertainer of the Year.
Other winners included Tevin Campbell for best R&B single, male, Jodeci for best R&B group, Onyx for best rap album, H-Town for best new artist, and Kenny G for best jazz album.