Kelly, who is currently on trial in Chicago, Illinois, on child pornography charges, picked up two awards at the 18th annual ceremony, while Jackson was given a boost after her breast-baring Super Bowl controversy with a Career Achievement gong.
Recently split B2K took home one of the Album of The Year awards.
However, rappers Outkast proved their new dominance in the field - the Atlanta, Georgia, duo picked up their first three Soul Train awards, including Best Music Video for HEY YA! and Album of The Year for SPEAKERBOXXX/THE LOVE BELOW.
The duo used their acceptance speeches to urge young fans to vote, with BIG BOI stating, "This is the year to vote. If you don't like what's going on in the country, now's the time to vote."
Outkast also kicked off the ceremony with a live performance.
The ceremony was hosted by KENNETH 'BABYFACE' EDMONDS and Alicia Keys, who also won the Best R+B/Soul Single award for her hit YOU DON'T KNOW MY NAME.
The full list of winners is:
Best R+B/Soul Single (Group, Band or Duo) - SAY YES by Floetry
Best R+B/Soul Album (Female) - DANGEROUSLY IN LOVE by Beyonce
Best R+B/Soul or Rap New Artist - Chingy
Best R+B/Soul or Rap Album - SPEAKERBOXXX/THE LOVE BELOW by OUTKAST
Best R+B/Soul Single (Male) - DANCE WITH MY FATHER by Luther Vandross
Best Gospel Album - Byron Cage RECORDED LIVE... by BYRON CAGE
Best R+B/Soul Album (Male) - CHOCOLATE FACTORY by R KELLY
Best R+B/Soul Album (Group, Band or Duo) - PANDEMONIUM by B2K
Best R+B/Soul Single (Female) - YOU DON'T KNOW MY NAME by ALICIA KEYS
SAMMY DAVIS JR Entertainer of The Year (Female) - BEYONCE
SAMMY DAVIS JR Entertainer of The Year (Male) - OUTKAST
MICHAEL JACKSON Award for Best R+B/Soul or Rap Music Video - HEY YA! by OUTKAST
QUINCY JONES Award for Outstanding Career Achievements (Female) JANET JACKSON
QUINCY JONES Award for Outstanding Career Achievements (Male) - R KELLY22/03/2004 01:50