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Destiny, Kelly Win Billboards

Tim McGraw also takes home a handful from 2001 BMAs

December 5, 2001 12:00 AM ET

R. Kelly claimed six 2001 Billboard Music Awards Tuesday night, including honors for R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year and R&B/Hip-Hop Album of the Year for his TP-2.com.

Destiny's Child, meanwhile, scored in more general categories, taking home awards for Artist of the Year -- for the second straight year -- and for Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year, as well as three other awards.

The Country category was dominated by Tim McGraw, who left with Country Artist of the Year and Country Album of the Year -- for his Greatest Hits -- honors.

The complete list of 2001 BMA winners:

ARTISTS:

Artist of the Year: Destiny's Child
Male Artist of the Year: Shaggy
Female Artist of the Year: Alicia Keys
Catalog Artist of the Year: Creed
Artist of the Year -- duo/group: Destiny's Child
Male New Artists of the Year: Lifehouse
Female New Artists of the Year: Alicia Keys

ALBUMS:

Album of the Year: the Beatles, 1(Capitol)
Male Albums Artist of the Year: Shaggy
Catalog Album of the Year: Creed, My Own Prison (Wind-Up)

HOT 100 SINGLES:

Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year: Destiny's Child
Hot 100 Single of the Year: Lifehouse, "Hanging by a Moment"
Soundtrack Single of the Year: Destiny's Child, "Independent Women Part 1" (from "Charlie's Angels)
Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year -- duo/group: Destiny's Child

R&B/HIP-HOP:

R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year: R. Kelly
R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Artist of the Year: R. Kelly
Female R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year: Jill Scott
New R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year: Alicia Keys
R&B/Hip-Hop Album of the Year: R. Kelly, Tp-2.Com (Jive)
R&B/Hip-Hop Single of the year: R. Kelly, "Fiesta" featuring Jay-Z
R&B/Hip-Hop Songwriter of the Year: R. Kelly
R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Artist of the Year: R. Kelly

COUNTRY:

Country Artist of the Year: Tim McGraw
Male Country Artist of the Year: Tim McGraw
Country Albums Artist of the Year: Tim McGraw
New Country Artist of the Year: Jamie O'Neal
Country Album of the Year: Tim McGraw, Greatest Hits (Curb)
Country Single of the Year: Brooks and Dunn, "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You"
Country Single Artist of the Year: Tim McGraw

ROCK:

Rock Artist of the Year: Godsmack
Rock New Artists of the Year: Lifehouse
Modern Rock Artist of the Year: Linkin Park
Modern Rock single of the Year: Incubus, "Drive"

RAP:

Rap Artist of the Year: Lil' Romeo
Rap Single of the Year: Lil Bow Wow, "Bow Wow (That's My Name)"

ADULT CONTEMPORARY:

Adult Contemporary Single of the Year: Lee Ann Womack, "I Hope You Dance"

SPECIAL AWARDS:

Century Award: John Mellencamp
Artistic Achievement Award: Janet Jackson
Biggest One-Week Sales for an Album in 2001: 'N Sync, Celebrity (Jive)
Special Award for First Four Albums Debuting at No. 1: DMX

AUGUSTIN K. SEDGEWICK
(December 5, 2001)

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