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Natalie Cole Continues Winning Streak LOS ANGELES (AP) — Natalie Cole's musical tribute to her late father, Nat "King" Cole, continues to rack up awards. Her album "Unforgettable" won two honors at Tuesday night's sixth annual Soul Train Music Awards, a celebration of black-oriented music. Miss Cole was this year's top Grammy winner and won American Music and NAACP Image awards. To those she added Soul Train trophies for best rhythm and blues-soul album of the year for a female artist and best jazz album. Newcomers Color Me Badd picked up trophies for R&B song of the year and best single by a group, band or duo for their song "I Wanna Sex You Up." Luther Vandross won R&B-soul album of the year for male artist with his "Power of Love."