Congratulations to Erica Campbell, whose tune "Help" won the 2014 Soul Train Award for Best Gospel/Inspirational Song. Campbell beat out nominees Tamela Mann ("I Can Only Imagine"), Smokie Norful ("No Greater Love"), Inspired People featuring Charles Jenkins ("Real Love"), Michelle Williams featuring Beyonce and Kelly Rowland ("Say Yes"), and Donnie McClurkin featuring Tye Tribbett ("We Are Victorious") for the win.
Campbell is one-half of the duo Mary Mary. "Help" is the title track of her debut solo studio album.
The Soul Train Awards was filmed November 7, at New Orleans Arena and aired November 30, on BET and Centric TV networks.
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