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Best Male R&B Vocals

The Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance has been handed out since 1968. In 1968 it was awarded as Best R&B Solo Vocal Performance, Male. It was awarded as Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male from 1969 to 1994. Since 1995 it has been awarded as Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer, Stevie Wonder is the most successful artist in the category with 16 nominations and 7 awards in this category.

 Winners: Best Male R&B Vocal Performance

Year
Winner
Song
2010
 Maxwell
 "Pretty Wings"
2009
 Ne-Yo
 "Miss Independent"
2008
 Prince
 "Future Baby Mama"
2007
 John Legend
 "Heaven"
2006
 John Legend
 "Ordinary People"
2005
 Prince
 "Call My Name"
2004
 Luther Vandross
 "Dance with My Father"
2003
 Usher
 "U Don't Have to Call"
2002
 Usher
 "U Remind Me"
2001
 D'Angelo
 "Untitled (How Does It Feel)"
2000
 Barry White
 "Staying Power"
1999
 Stevie Wonder
 "St. Louis Blues"
1998
 R. Kelly
 "I Believe I Can Fly"
1997
 Luther Vandross
 "Your Secret Love"
1996
 Stevie Wonder
 "For Your Love"
1995
 Babyface
 "When Can I See You"
1994
 Ray Charles
 "A Song For You"
1993
 Al Jarreau
 Heaven and Earth
1992
 Luther Vandross
 Power of Love
1991
 Luther Vandross
 "Here and Now"
1990
 Bobby Brown
 "Every Little Step"
1989
 Terence Trent D'Arby
 Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby
1988
 Smokey Robinson
 "Just to See Her"
1987
 James Brown
 "Living in America"
1986
 Stevie Wonder
 In Square Circle
1985
 Billy Ocean
 "Caribbean Queen (No More Love on the Run)"
1984
 Michael Jackson
 "Billie Jean"
1983
 Marvin Gaye
 "Sexual Healing"
1982
 James Ingram
 "One Hundred Ways"
1981
 George Benson
 Give Me the Night
1980
 Michael Jackson
 "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough"
1979
 George Benson
 "On Broadway"
1978
 Lou Rawls
 Unmistakably Lou
1977
 Stevie Wonder
 "I Wish"
1976
 Stevie Wonder
 "Living for the City"
1975
 Stevie Wonder
 "Boogie on Reggae Woman"
1974
 Stevie Wonder
 "Superstition"
1973
 Billy Paul
 "Me and Mrs. Jones"
1972
 Lou Rawls
 "A Natural Man"
1971
 B.B. King
 "The Thrill Is Gone"
1970
 Joe Simon
 "The Chokin' Kind"
1969
 Otis Redding
 "(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay"
1968
 Lou Rawls
 "Dead End Street"
1967
 Ray Charles
 "Crying Time"

  
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