Last night the 19th annual MOBO Awards took place in London at the Wembley Arena after a 5 year hiatus.
The Awards show was broadcasted live for the first time ever on ITV2, so the fans could enjoy all the action along with those attending the show. The night saw an abundance of urban and more mainstream stars showcasing their talents and picking up awards for their outstanding achievements in 2014.
The MOBO AWARDS in association with HTC One (M8) 2014 Winners:
MOBO Best African Act: Fuse ODG
MOBO Best Reggae Act: Stylo G
MOBO Best HipHop Act: Krept and Konan
MOBO Best RnB/Soul Act: Sam Smith
MOBO Best Gospel Act: Living Faith Connection Choir
MOBO Best Jazz Act: Zara McFarlane
MOBO Best Grime Act: Stormzy (In association with BBC Radio 1Xtra)
MOBO Best Newcomer: Ella Eyre (In association with HTC)
MOBO Best Male: Sam Smith
MOBO Best Female: Jessie J
MOBO Best Intl: Beyoncé
MOBO Best Video: Skepta ft J.M.E ‘That’s Not Me’
MOBO Best Song: Sam Smith ‘Stay With Me’
MOBO Best Album: Sam Smith
MOBO Inspiration Award: Idris Elba
That moment Skepta won ‘Best Video’ for “That’s Not Me”, brings all the man on stage, states his video cost less than his ticket to attend (“eighty English pounds”) and bigs up Stormzy and Novelist.
Meanwhile his brother JME (who also won the Award) is at home tweeting this:
I don't kick ball do I look like Ebola?
— Jme (@JmeBBK) October 22, 2014
The emotional moment Stormzy was presented ‘Best Grime Act’ by DJ Cameo and Charlie Sloth. Being an unsigned artist this is a historic achievement!
Last years ‘Best Newcomers’ Krept & Konan picked up ‘Best Hip Hop Act’…
They also did a massive performance of “That’s Not Me”:
Then finished off the show with a special remix of “Don’t Tell Em” linking up with US sensation Jeremih:
Fekky and Meridian Dan performed a mash up of “Still Sittin Here” and “German Whip”:
Stylo G wins ‘Best Reggae Act’, bigs up his baby mums and tells MOBOs they need to broadcast the Reggae Award live on TV next time:
What was your favourite moment from the 2014 MOBO Awards?