Fuse ODG Beats Shatta Wale, Others At 2015 MOBO Awards

In the midst of his controversial fallout with his manager Bulldog, Ghanaian dancehall Musician Shatta Wale has lost his first Music of Black Origin (MOBO) nomination to UK based Ghanaian Afrobeats Singer Fuse ODG.

Fuse ODG (born Nana Richard Abiona) who won the same ‘Best African Act’ award for the third consecutive time, beating Davido, Wizkid, Patoranking, Moelogo, Yemi Alade, Aka, Mista Silva, Shatta Wale and Silvastone who were nominated in category.

The just ended 20th edition of the Music of Black Origin Awards (MOBOs) which took place at the First Direct Arena in London yesterday Wednesday November 4, 2015, also saw Drake win the Best International Album with ‘If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late’.

Check out the winners list below:
Best Male
Skepta
Mark Ronson
Krept & Konan
JME
Stormzy (WINNER)
Best Female
FKA Twigs
Little Simz
Ella Eyre (WINNER)
Lianne La Havas
Jess Glynne
Best Album
Krept & Konan – ‘The Long Way Home’ (WINNER)

JME – ‘Integrity’
Lianne La Havas – ‘Blood’
Wiley – ‘Snakes & Ladders’
Jamie XX – ‘In Colour’
Best Song
Mark Ronson Feat. Bruno Mars – ‘Uptown Funk’

Skepta – ‘Shutdown’ (WINNER)
Tinie Tempah Feat. Jess Glynne – ‘Not Letting Go’

JME Feat. Giggs – ‘Man Don’t Care’

Krept & Konan – ‘Freak Of The Week’

Best Video
Stormzy – ‘Know Me From’
FKA Twigs – ‘Pendulum’ (WINNER)
Rita Ora Feat. Chris Brown – ‘Body On Me’

Lethal Bizzle ‘ ‘Fester Skank’
FKA Twigs ‘ ‘Glass And Patron’
Best Newcomer
Bugzy Malone
Section Boyz (WINNER)
Nao
Bonkaz
Nick Brewer
George The Poet
J Hus
Snakehips
Sinead Harnett
Yungen
Best International Album
Drake – ‘If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late’ (WINNER)

Kendrick Lamar – ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’

J. Cole – ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive’

Dre Dre – ‘Compton: A Soundtrack By Dr Dre’

The Weeknd – ‘Beauty Behind The Madness’

D’Angelo – ‘Black Messiah’
Jazmine Sullivan – ‘Reality Show’

The Internet – ‘Ego Death’
Tyrese – ‘Black Rose’
A$AP Rocky – ‘At.Long.Last.ASAP’
Best Grime
Bugzy Malone
JME
Lethal Bizzle
Skepta
Stormzy (WINNER)
Best Hip-Hop
Akala
Krept & Konan (WINNER)
Nines
Little Simz
Lady Leshurr
Best R&B/Soul
Kwabs
Andreya Triana
Shakka (WINNER)
Lianna La Havas
Joss Stone
Best African Act
Fuse ODG (WINNER)
Davido
Wizkid
Patoranking
Moelogo
Yemi Alade
Aka
Mista Silva
Shatta Wale
Silvastone
Best Reggae
Stylo G
Chonixx
Omi
Popcaan (WINNER)
Protoje
Best Jazz
Binker And Moses (WINNER)
Julia Biel
Courtney Pine
David Little
Polar Bear
Best Gospel
Chos3n
Olaedo Ibe
Leroy Johnson
Ni-Cola
Faith Child (WINNER)


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