The results are in for The Boombox Fan Choice Awards and your votes pushed some of hip-hop and R&B's favorites into the winner's circle.

The Weeknd's sensual ode "Often," produced by Ben Billions, earns two awards: R&B Song of the Year and R&B Video of the Year. August Alsina was close behind him in both categories, losing just 2 percent of the vote for R&B Video and 28 percent for R&B Song.

Alsina walks away a winner for R&B Album of the Year though. His Testimony LP, including fan favorites "FML" and "No Love," scored a whopping 82 percent of the vote. The singer competed against artists like Trey Songz (Trigga), Chris Brown (X) and Jhene Aiko (Souled Out), among others.

Aiko lays claim to Album Cover of the Year for her debut effort Souled Out. The heavenly image of the singer floating from the sea to the sky trumped covers from YG (My Krazy Life), FKA twigs (LP 1) and Ab-Soul (These Days...).

Hip-Hop Song of the Year goes to T.I. for his paper-chasing anthem "About the Money" featuring Young Thug while Hip-Hop Album of the Year is awarded to J. Cole's 2014 Forest Hills Drive. Childish Gambino's STN MTN lands Mixtape of the Year and Nicki Minaj's rump-shaking visual celebration "Anaconda" Hip-Hop Video of the Year.

Take a look at the percentage breakdown in each category below to see how your favorite artist fared compared to the rest.