MOBO Awards 2013

UK NEWS: MOBO AWARDS 2013 – THE WINNERS

The MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards 2013 took place last night in Glasgow, Scotland. Check out the full list of winners below. Best African Act – Fuse ODG Best Album – Home, Rudimental Best Female in association with Tresor Paris – Laura Mvula Best Gospel – Lurine Cato Best International Act – Kendrick Lamar Best Jazz – Sons of Kemet Best Male – Wiley Best Newcomer in association with HTC – Krept & Konan Best Reggae Act – Sean Paul Best RnB/Soul Act – Laura Mvula Best Song in association with []

MOBO AWARDS 2013 – NOMINATIONS LIST

Well it’s that time again folks! This year MOBO invited supporters and fans into the fold to become a part of the MOBO music panel and they helped to decide the nominees for each category. Check out the MOBO Awards 2013 nominations list below. Best Newcomer in association with HTC  Daley Elli Ingram Etta Bond Fuse ODG Jacob Banks Jahmene Douglas Krept and Konan Sam Smith Shakka Stylo G Best Male Act  Disclosure Naughty Boy Rudimental Wiley Wretch 32 Best Female Act In []

UK NEWS: MOBO AWARDS MUSIC PANEL 2013 – ‘WE NEED YOUR MUSIC EXPERTISE’

Can you prove you’re the ultimate MOBO (Music of Black Origin) music expert? This year we’re bringing our biggest supporters and fans of MOBO music into the fold to become a part of the influential MOBO music panel.  The MOBO music panel helps to decide the nominees for each category. By taking the 10-question quiz below you could be handpicked to join the panel alongside DJs, record label execs, music journalists and bloggers on Friday, August 23. Remember, only those with the []

MOBO AWARDS 18TH ANNIVERSARY ANNOUNCEMENT

Well folks its almost that time again ….. This year is set to be the MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards’ most exciting yet as 18th anniversary celebrations kick off on Monday, June 24 in Glasgow – the host city for MOBO Awards 2013. Inspirational MOBO founder and CEO, Kanya King MBE will be joined by star performers, past and present, including chart topping girl group Stooshe and the legendary music maker, Jazzie B of Soul II Soul who won an award at the first ever []