The 44th Annual NAACP Image Award nominees have just been announced and some of our favorites are already at the top of the list. Check out MaryMary and Tamela Mann making moves after all of them have achieved much chart-topping success and noticeable recognition this past year for their music, television and film projects.
Gospel super duo Erica & Tina Campbell (better known as MaryMary) received nods for Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration and Outstanding Gospel Album (Traditional or Contemporary) for their recent work on “Go Get It.” While Tamela Mann has swept the season with her hit “Take Me to the King” from the album “Best Days,” she also picked up nominations for Outstanding Female Artist and Outstanding Gospel Album. Check out the full list of who the ladies are up against this coming year.
OUTSTANDING FEMALE ARTIST
OUTSTANDING GROUP, DUO OR COLLABORATION
Chuck D. Johnny Juice, Will.i.Am, Herbie Hancock
fun. featuring Janelle Monae
Lupe Fiasco featuring Guy Sebastian
Ne-Yo, Herbie Hancock, Johnny Rzeznik, Delta Rae & Natasha Bedingfield
OUTSTANDING GOSPEL ALBUM (TRADITIONAL OR CONTEMPORARY)
Tamela Mann – Best Days
MaryMary – Go Get It
Fred Hammond – God, Love & Romance
Marvin Sapp – I Win
Le’Andria Johnson – Le’Andria Johnson The Experience
Who do you think will take home to big win out of these nominees? Share your predictions with us below on the message board.
Winners will be announced during the two-hour starstudded event, which will air live on February 1, 2013 on NBC. For a complete list of nominees and exclusive details, visit the link below or click on MaryMary’s image above.
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