The 15th Annual ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards, which honor the songwriters and publishers of the top ASCAP songs of the 2001 R&B/hip-hop, rap, dance and reggae charts, were held June 17 in Beverly

The 15th Annual ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards, which honor the songwriters and publishers of the top ASCAP songs of the 2001 R&B/hip-hop, rap, dance and reggae charts, were held June 17 in Beverly Hills. Below is a complete list of winners, with their songwriters and publishers.





Rhythm & soul music heritage award: Earth Wind & Fire

Songwriters of the year: Chad Hugo and Dr. Dre

Top reggae artist: Bob Marley

Reggae honorees: The Wailers, Beres Hammond, Damian Marley and Sizzla

Top R&B/hip-hop song: "Love," Carvin Haggins, Andre Harris, Musiq, Dirty Dre Music, EMI Music Publishing, Jat Cat Music Publishing, Nivrac Tyke Music, Soul Child Music, Touched by Jazz Music, Universal Music Publishing Group.

Top rap song: "My Baby," Berry Gordy, Jr., Alphonso Mizell, Freddie Perren, EMI/Jobete Music Publishing.

Top soundtrack song of the year: "Independent Women Part 1" (from "Charlie's Angels"), Samuel "Tone" Barnes, Beyonce Knowles, Beyonce Publishing, Enot Publishing, New Columbia Pictures Music, Sony/ATV Tunes.

Top dance song: "All for You," Wayne Garfield, James "Jimmy Jam" Harris, Terry Lewis, Mauro Malavasi (SIAE), David Romani (SIAE), Arapesh Communications, EMI Music Publishing, Flyte Tyme Tunes, Little Macho Music, Warner/Chappell Music.

Award-winning R&B/hip-hop songs: "A Long Walk," Andre Harris, Jill Scott, Blue's Baby Music, Dirty Dre Music, Jat Cat Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group; "Danger (Been So Long)," Chad Hugo, Mystikal, Chase Chad Music, EMI Music Publishing, The Braids Publishing, Zomba Enterprises; "Differences," Ginuwine, Troy Oliver, Hand In My Pocket Music, Milk Chocolate Factory, Music of Windswept, Sony/ATV Tunes; "Fallin'," Alicia Keys, EMI Music Publishing, Lellow Productions; "Family Affair," Mary J. Blige, Melvin "Mel Man" Bradford, Dr. Dre, Michael Elizondo, Ain't Nothing But Funkin', Blotter Music, Elvis Mambo Music, Mary J. Blige Music, Music of Windswept, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music; "Get Ur Freak On," Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, Timbaland, Mass Confusion Productions, Virgina Beach Music, Warner/Chappell Music; "Heard it all Before," Rayshawn "Pinky" Sherrer, Pinky's Playhouse; "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)," Sean "P Diddy" Combs, Chad Hugo, Rick James, Mason Betha and Notorious B.I.G., B.I.G. Poppa Music, Chase Chad Music, EMI/Jobete Music Publishing, Justin Combs Publishing, Mason Betha Entertainment; "I'm Real" (Murder Remix), Rick James, Marcus "Seven" Vest, EMI/Jobete Music Publishing, Famous Music, Stone City Music; "It's Over Now," Daron Jones, Michael M. Keith, Quinnes Parker, Marvin "Slim" Scandrick, Da 12 Music, EMI Music Publishing, Justin Combs Publishing; "IZZO (H.O.V.A.)," Berry Gordy, Jr., Alphonso Mizell, Freddie Perren, Deke Richards, Kanye West, EMI/Jobete Music Publishing; "Just Friends (Sunny)," Carvin Haggins, Musiq, Warner/Chappell Music; "Just in Case," Edward Berkeley, Kier "Kay Gee" Gist, R.L. Huggar, Divine Mill Music, EMI Music Publishing, Famous Music, Fingaz Goal Music, Uh Oh Entertainment, Warner/Chappell Music; "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," Michael Elizondo, Dr. Dre, Eve, Scott Storch, Ain't Nothing But Funkin', Blondie Rockwell, Blotter Music, Elvis Mambo Music, Music of Windswept, Scott Storch Music, TVT Music, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music; "Maybe I Deserve," Tank, Black Fountain Music, EMI Music Publishing; "Missing You," Joe Thomas, Joshua Paul Thompson, 563 Music Publishing, Tallest Tree Music, Zomba Enterprises; "Ms. Jackson," Andre "Dre" Benjamin, Antwan "Big Boi" Patton, David Sheats, Chrysalis Music, Dungeon Ratz Music, EMI Publishing, Gnat Booty Music; "Music," Marvin Gaye, Erick Sermon, EMI Music Publishing, Erick Sermon Enterprises, FCG Music, MG III Music, NMG Music, Zomba Enterprises; "My First Love," Rene Moore, Angela Winbush, Angel Notes Music, EMI Music Publishing, Suti Music; "Peaches & Cream," Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd, Sean "P Diddy" Combs, Daron Jones, Michael M. Keith, Quinnes Parker, Marvin "Slim" Scandrick, Courtney Sills, C Sills Publishing, Da 12 Music. EMI Music Publishing, Hitco South, Justin Combs Publishing; "Promise," Brandon Casey, Brian Casey, Jermaine Dupri, Air Control Music, EMI Music Publishing, So So Def Music, Them Damn Twins; "Put It On Me," Tiheem Crocker, Paul "Tru Stylze" Walcott, Blunts Guns and Funds, Famous Music, Tru Stylze Music; "So Fresh, So Clean," Andre "Dre" Benjamin, Antwan "Big Boi" Patton, Chrysalis Music, Gnat Booty Music; "Southern Hospitality," Ludacris, EMI Music Publishing, Ludacris Music Publishing; "Stranger In My House," Anthony "Shep" Crawford, Shae Jones, Almo Music, Hudson Jordan Music, Shae Shae Music, Shep & Shep Publishing; "Stutter (Double Take Remix)," Ernest Dixon, Mark Sebastian, Platinum Firm Music, Zomba Enterprises; "Where the Party At?" Brandon Casey, Brian Casey, Jermaine Dupri, Nelly, Air Control Music, BMG Songs, EMI Music Publishing, So So Def Music, Them Damn Twins.

Award-winning rap songs: "Baby If You're Ready," Priest Brooks, Chan Gaines, Kevin "Battlecat" Gilliam, Kola Marion, Kimberley Proby, LaToiya Williams, Black Blessed Girl, Black Fountain Music, EMI Music Publishing, Famous Music, High Priest Publishing, Nay D Publishing, Precious Little Lamb, Show You How Daddy Ball Music, So Kol Productions; "Bow Wow (That's My Name)," Francois De Roubaix (SACEM), David Spradley, Chrysalis Music, Siolo America Music, Southfield Music; "Cross the Border," Al-Baseer Holly, Chad Hugo, Joel Witherspoon, Chase Chad Music, EMI Music Publishing, Fatima & Baron Outlet, Maine Money; "Dollaz, Drank & Dank," Kevin "Battlecat" Gilliam, Mr. Short Khop, Always Thinkin', Black Fountain Music, EMI Music Publishing, Show You How Daddy Ball Music; "It Wasn't Me," Orville "Shaggy" Burrell, Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent, Shaun Pizzonia, Livingsting Music, Warner/Chappell Music; "Ms. Jackson," Andre "Dre" Benjamin, Antwan "Big Boi" Patton, David Sheats, Chrysalis Music, Dungeon Ratz Music, EMI Music Publishing, Gnat Booty Music; "My Projects," Coo Coo Cal, Henry Cook, From the Pit Publishing; "Purple Hills," Von Carlisle, Rufus Johnson, Ondre Moore, Denaun Porter, Derty Werks, EMI Music Publishing, Idiotic Biz, Runyon Ave., Swifty McVay Publishing; "Raise Up," Petey Pablo, Timbaland, Kumbaya, Virginia Beach Music, Warner/Chappell Music, Zomba Enterprises; "What Would You Do?" Brian "Hitman" Bailey, Melvin "Mel Man" Bradford, Dr. Dre, Robert Pardlo, Ryan Toby, Ain't Nothin But Funkin', Big Yacht Music, EMI Music Publishing, Hard Working Black Folks, Hotish Music, Loot on Loose Leaf, Pladis Music, Warner/Chappell Music.

Award-winning dance songs: "Are You Satisfied?" Deborah Cooper, Fresh Up Music; "Don't Tell Me," Joseph Lee Henry, Madonna, True North Music, Warner/Chappell Music, Webo Girl Publishing; "Stand Still," Aubrey Ayala, Dezrok, Aubrey Girl Music, Jessica Michael Music, Tunnel Vision Productions, Warner/Chappell Music; "The Underground," Celeda, Sharpe As A Tack, Universal Music Publishing Group.

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