R&B has a way of hitting you right to your core, and 2015 featured a wealth of singers who dropped some powerful albums. The competition for Best R&B Album of 2015 in The Boombox Fan Choice Awards is a stacked one.

From being a mainstay on the Billboard charts to headlining Made in America this summer, The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness proves that he's a force to be reckoned with. Jazmine Sullivan's Reality Show and Jill Scott's Woman feature bold, sassy lyrics and Miguel's Wildheart heightens your senses. Ciara shows her resilience and strength with Jackie while Estelle explores the stages of love on True Romance.

Kat Dahlia digs deep into her personal experiences, making for a strong debut with My Garden, and Andra Day's Cheers to the Fall bridges the gap between R&B and jazz. Another artist who delivers the vintage sounds is Leon Bridges. His album, Coming Home, will take you back in time and define what a true crooner really is. Raury, who dropped his album, All We Need, in October, blends soul, hip-hop and folk and pushes the genre envelope on tracks like "Devil's Whisper" and "Forbidden Knowledge," which features Big K.R.I.T.

While Jamie Foxx and Tyrese have been busy on the big screen, they took some time to record and release Hollywood and Black Rose respectively this year. And Ne-Yo's Non-Fiction is an epic poem that takes on a journey in the name of love.

2015 didn't only bring out newer artists but also brought back a number of R&B veterans including Prince's HITNRUN and Janet Jackson's long-awaited LP, Unbreakable.

Other nominees include Bryson Tiller's TRAPSOUL, Bilal's In Another Life, Raheem DeVaughn's Love Sex Passion, Tamar Braxton's Calling All Lovers and Charlie Wilson's Forever Charlie.

So which project should win R&B Album of 2015? Vote for the singer you feel deserves to take home the The Boombox Fan Choice Award below. Remember, you can vote once per hour until the poll closes on Nov. 27 at 10 a.m. EST.

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