The full list of nominees for the Soul Train Music Awards, which will be handed out March 1 at the Pasadena (Calif.) Civic Center.

Below is the full list of nominees for the Soul Train Music Awards, which will be handed out March 1 at the Pasadena (Calif.) Civic Center.

Best R&B/soul single, female:
"Why Don't We Fall In Love," Amerie
"Foolish" Ashanti
"Love of My Life" (An Ode to Hip Hop), Erykah Badu featuring Common
"Little Things," India.Arie

Best R&B/soul single, male
"This Woman's Work," Maxwell
"Dontchange," Musiq
"Like I Love You," Justin Timberlake
"U Don't Have To Call," Usher

Best R&B/soul single, group, band or duo:
"Bump, Bump, Bump," B2K featuring P. Diddy
"I Should Be," Dru Hill
"Floetic," Floetry
"Girl Talk," TLC

Best R&B/soul album, female:
"All I Have," Amerie (Rise/Columbia)
"Ashanti," Ashanti (Murder Inc./Def Jam)
"No More Drama 2002," Mary J. Blige (MCA)
"Mahogany Soul," Angie Stone (J)

Best R&B/soul album, male:
"The G Spot," Gerald Levert (Elektra)
"Still Ghetto," Jaheim (Divine Mill/WB)
"Juslisen," Musiq (Def Soul/Island)
"Justified," Justin Timberlake (Jive)

Best R&B/soul album group, band or duo:
"B2K," B2K (Epic)
"Full Circle," Boyz II Men (Arista)
"Floetic," Floetry (DreamWorks)
"Best of Both Worlds," R. Kelly and Jay-Z (Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam)

Best R&B/soul or rap new artist:
"Why Don't We Fall In Love," Amerie
"He Is," Heather Headley
"Awnaw," Nappy Roots
"Oops, Oh My," Tweet

Best R&B/soul or rap album of the year
"Ashanti," Ashanti (Murder Inc./Def Jam)
"10," LL Cool J (Def Jam)
"Stillmatic," Nas (Ill Will/Columbia)
"Nellyville," Nelly (Fo' Reel/Universal)

Best R&B/soul or rap music video:
"Wanksta," 50 Cent
"Pass the Courvoisier Pt. 2," Busta Rhymes featuring P. Diddy and Pharrell
"Work It," Missy Elliott
"Dilemma," Nelly featuring Kelly Rowland

Best gospel album:
"Walking By Faith," the Canton Spirituals (Verity)
"The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin," Kirk Franklin (Gospo Centric)
"Go Get Your Life Back," Donald Lawrence & the Tri City Singers (EMI Gospel)
"Family Affair II: Live At Radio City Music Hall," Hezekiah Walker and the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir (Verity)