Chris Brown's comeback year has been recognized with five nominations for the 2011 Soul Train Awards, making Brown the most-nominated artist in the field, with Kanye West and Beyonce right behind with four nods each.

Brown's potential awards include Album of the Year for 'F.A.M.E.,' Song of the Year for 'She Ain't You' and Hip-Hop Song for 'Look at Me Now.' West is nominated twice in the Best Hip-Hop Song field, for 'All of the Lights' and 'Otis' with Jay-Z.

The nominations contain a handful of surprises, like Bruno Mars earning a Best New Artist nod. We're not sure how Bruno can still be considered a new artist, but he's probably going to be the favorite in the category, where he competes with Miguel, Marsha Ambrosius and Frank Ocean.

Another surprise is Michael Jackson scoring a Record of the Year nod for 'Hold My Hand,' his duet with Akon. The song only got to No. 39 on the charts, but it could end up as the winner, because who's going to vote against the King of Pop?

The show will air on CENTRIC and BET on Nov. 27. Check out the full list of nominees below, courtesy of MTV.

Best New Artist
Bruno Mars
Marsha Ambrosius
Frank Ocean

Best Male R&B/Soul Artist
Trey Songz
Chris Brown
Cee Lo Green
R. Kelly
Eric Benet

Centric Award
Raphael Saadiq
Anthony David
Aloe Blacc

Best Caribbean Performance
'Bend Over,' Machel Montano
'Man Down,' Rihanna
'Delilah,' Movado
'Wotless,' Kes The Band
'Summertime,' Vybz Kartel

Best Gospel Performance
'I Smile,' Kirk Franklin
'Walking,' Mary Mary
'Heaven Hear My Heart,' Trin-I-Tee 5:7
'I Believe,' James Fortune feat. Shawn McLemore
'More,' Cece Winans

Album of the Year
'Passion Pain & Pleasure,' Trey Songz
'21,' Adele
'F.A.M.E.,' Chris Brown
'Light of the Sun,' Jill Scott
'4,' Beyoncé
'Watch the Throne,' Jay Z + Kanye West

Best Hip-Hop Song of the Year
'Moment 4 Life,' Nicki Minaj
'All of the Lights,' Kanye West
'Look at Me Now,' Chris Brown Feat. Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne
'Out of My Head,' Lupe Fiasco
'Otis,' Jay Z + Kanye West

Best Female R&B/Soul Artist
Kelly Rowland
Marsha Ambrosius
Jennifer Hudson
Jill Scott
Mary J. Blige

Song of the Year
'So In Love,' Jill Scott Feat. Anthony Hamilton
'Motivation,' Kelly Rowland Feat. Lil Wayne
'Sure Thing,' Miguel
'Rolling in the Deep,' Adele
'She Ain't You,' Chris Brown
'All of the Lights,' Kanye West

Record of the Year (The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Award)
'Rolling in the Deep,' Adele
'Far Away,' Marsha Ambrosius
'Best Thing I Never Had,' Beyoncé
'Good Man,' Raphael Saadiq
'Hold My Hand,' Michael Jackson + Akon

Best Dance Performance
'Motivation,' Kelly Rowland
'Only Girl in the World'/'What's My Name,' Rihanna
'Run the World (Girls),' Beyoncé
'She Ain't You,' Chris Brown
'Walking,' Mary Mary
'Pretty Girl Rock,' Keri Hilson