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    Honey, The Velvet Rope was released on October 7, 1997.  Technically, it was eligible for the 1999 Grammy Awards.  However, some early October releases have competed earlier (Mariah Carey, Daydream).

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    Who would Janet Jackson’s Velvet Rope knock out of this lineup?

    R&B ALBUM
    Erykah Badu Baduizm – WINNER
    Babyface – The Day
    Mary J. Blige – Share My World
    Boyz II Men – Evolution
    Patti LaBelle – Flame
    Whitney Houston – The Preacher’s Wife: Original Soundtrack Album

    Maybe Patti. Mostly because it’s such an insignificant album compared to the others. Whitney said that her album was moved from Gospel (which she did not like), so maybe her.

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    The Grammys really thought The Preacher’s Wife wasn’t Gospel? Lol. They’re almost as bad as people claiming “Peaches” is R&B on this forum.

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    R&B ALBUM Presented in 1999

    Lauryn Hill The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill – WINNER
    Erykah Badu – Live
    Brandy – Never Say Never
    Aretha Franklin – A Rose Is Still a Rose
    Maxwell – Embrya

    If Velvet Rope was submitted and nominated for the 1999 R&B Album, then who would have been left out?

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    R&B ALBUM Presented in 1999

    Lauryn Hill The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill – WINNER
    Erykah Badu – Live
    Brandy – Never Say Never
    Aretha Franklin – A Rose Is Still a Rose
    Maxwell – Embrya

    If Velvet Rope was submitted and nominated for the 1999 R&B Album, then who would have been left out?

    Probably Erykah

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    Probably Erykah

    Erykah was probably runner up in this category. Although The Boy Is Mine was massive, I think she probably would have knocked off Brandy.

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    Probably Maxwell. Erykah Badu had just won two Grammys the year before, so her residual love was probably with a lot of voters.

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    R&B ALBUM Presented in 1999

    Lauryn Hill The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill – WINNER
    Erykah Badu – Live
    Brandy – Never Say Never
    Aretha Franklin – A Rose Is Still a Rose
    Maxwell – Embrya

    If Velvet Rope was submitted and nominated for the 1999 R&B Album, then who would have been left out?

    I am leaning towards Maxwell as the one that would have been left out. I think second place in votes would have been either Aretha or Brandy.

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