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For those who seen it what's your thoughts on it?

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It doesn't matter .

The majority winners of the night will be white.

Looking g forward to fekkys performance

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I thought the advert was kinda corny i see wat they were trying to do but it seem to be marketed towards the pop crowd

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Fuckin ell

Didn't even know it was in ends

FACK

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a step up from BBC Three

 

guess who the favourites are

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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nah but in all seriousness here are the nominees

 

MOBO Best Male Act

Fuse ODG
Ghetts
Krept & Konan
Sam Smith
Tinie Tempah

MOBO Best Female Act

FKA Twigs
Jessie J
Katy B
Marsha Ambrosius
Rita Ora

MOBO Best Newcomer

Ella Eyre
FKA Twigs
Jess Glynne
Kwabs
Little Simz
M.O
Melissa Steel
Meridian Dan
MNEK
Raleigh Ritchie

MOBO Best International Act

Beyonce
Chris Brown
Drake
Iggy Azalea
J Cole
Jhene Aiko
Kendrick Lamar
Nicki Minaj
Pharrell
Trey Songz

MOBO Best Song

Ed Sheeran featuring Pharrell - ‘Sing’
Fuse ODG featuring Sean Paul -’Dangerous Love’
Krept & Konan - ‘Don't Waste My Time’
Meridian Dan featuring Big H & JME - ‘German Whip’
Sam Smith - ‘Stay With Me’

MOBO Best Video

FKA Twigs - ‘Two Weeks’
Jacob Banks - Move With You’
Rudimental featuring Becky Hill - ‘Powerless’
Scorcher featuring Wretch 32, Mercston & Ari - "Work Get It’
Skepta featuring JME - ‘That's Not Me’

MOBO Best Album 

Ghetts - ‘Rebel With A Cause’
Katy B - ‘Little Red’
Krept And Konan - ‘Young Kingz’
Sam Smith - ‘In The Lonely Hour’
Tinie Tempah - ‘Demonstration’

MOBO Best Gospel Act

Annastasia Baker 
J. Vessel
Kristyna Myles 
Living Faith Connection Choir 
Noel Robinson

MOBO Best Reggae Act

Alkaline
Chronixx
Popcaan 
Stylo G
Tarrus Riley

MOBO Best Jazz Act

Andreas Varady
Jason Rebello
Peter Edwards 
Phronesis 
Zara McFarlane

MOBO Best Hip Hop Act
Fekky
G FrSH
Krept & Konan
Professor Green
Tinie Tempah
MOBO Best African Act

Afrikan Boy
Davido
DJ Clock
Dr Sid
Fuse ODG
Mafikozolo
Mista Silva
Tiwa Savage
Wiz Kid
Yemi Alade

MOBO Best Grime Act

Big Narstie
Ghetts
JME
Lethal Bizzle
Meridian Dan
Novelist
Skepta
Sox
Stormzy
Wiley

MOBO Best R&B / Soul Act

Daley
Estelle
Jessie Ware
Marsha Ambrosius
Sam Smith

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No Sneakbo? no JaJa Soze? no DVS? no Section Boyz? i swear DVS dropped a CD last year that was number 1 in I Tunes for a while. How ain't he getting recognition

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what's Sneakbo done?

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a step up from BBC Three

 

guess who the favourites are

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

o-MOBO-AWARDS-2014-570.jpg?6

 

 

 

 

nah but in all seriousness here are the nominees

 

MOBO Best Male Act

Fuse ODG

Ghetts

Krept & Konan

Sam Smith

Tinie Tempah

MOBO Best Female Act

FKA Twigs

Jessie J

Katy B

Marsha Ambrosius

Rita Ora

MOBO Best Newcomer

Ella Eyre

FKA Twigs

Jess Glynne

Kwabs

Little Simz

M.O

Melissa Steel

Meridian Dan

MNEK

Raleigh Ritchie

MOBO Best International Act

Beyonce

Chris Brown

Drake

Iggy Azalea

J Cole

Jhene Aiko

Kendrick Lamar

Nicki Minaj

Pharrell

Trey Songz

MOBO Best Song

Ed Sheeran featuring Pharrell - ‘Sing’

Fuse ODG featuring Sean Paul -’Dangerous Love’

Krept & Konan - ‘Don't Waste My Time’

Meridian Dan featuring Big H & JME - ‘German Whip’

Sam Smith - ‘Stay With Me’

MOBO Best Video

FKA Twigs - ‘Two Weeks’

Jacob Banks - Move With You’

Rudimental featuring Becky Hill - ‘Powerless’

Scorcher featuring Wretch 32, Mercston & Ari - "Work Get It’

Skepta featuring JME - ‘That's Not Me’

MOBO Best Album 

Ghetts - ‘Rebel With A Cause’

Katy B - ‘Little Red’

Krept And Konan - ‘Young Kingz’

Sam Smith - ‘In The Lonely Hour’

Tinie Tempah - ‘Demonstration’

MOBO Best Gospel Act

Annastasia Baker 

J. Vessel

Kristyna Myles 

Living Faith Connection Choir 

Noel Robinson

MOBO Best Reggae Act

Alkaline

Chronixx

Popcaan 

Stylo G

Tarrus Riley

MOBO Best Jazz Act

Andreas Varady

Jason Rebello

Peter Edwards 

Phronesis 

Zara McFarlane

MOBO Best Hip Hop Act

Fekky

G FrSH

Krept & Konan

Professor Green

Tinie Tempah

MOBO Best African Act

Afrikan Boy

Davido

DJ Clock

Dr Sid

Fuse ODG

Mafikozolo

Mista Silva

Tiwa Savage

Wiz Kid

Yemi Alade

MOBO Best Grime Act

Big Narstie

Ghetts

JME

Lethal Bizzle

Meridian Dan (just coz german whip charted high)

Novelist

Skepta

Sox

Stormzy

Wiley

MOBO Best R&B / Soul Act

Daley

Estelle

Jessie Ware

Marsha Ambrosius

Sam Smith

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what's Sneakbo done?

 

Released an E.P. this year, get's bare radio play, has a few songs that charted, performed with Drake and got co signed by him. Drakes exact words 'listening to Sneakbo was an influence in making the Take Care album' get's more views online then most other u.k. rappers (has some songs with over a million views), performed all over the U.K., performed over seas

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Stop wasting your time with this fraff.

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Stop wasting your time with this fraff.

 

!!!

 

its over

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It doesn't matter .

The majority winners of the night will be white.

Looking g forward to fekkys performance

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Haha I'm laughing at how white people have didn't even sneak in

They jus kicked in the door and plonked down a deck chair fully squatted and then kicked out the owners

Even watchin jesssie j on x factor bastardizing black music

You guys get exploited too much pmsl

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if white people wanna make black music then whats the problem?

 

black people are dressing more like whites and i dont see them complaining

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I don't have an issue with white people making black music. The issue comes where avenues created for recognising and promoting music that would otherwise go unrecognised decide to put people - who are making pop/mainstream music and are already getting enough recognition from the mainstream channels - at the front.

 

(Leftover feelings from the 1Xtra Power List.)

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I don't have an issue with white people making black music. The issue comes where avenues created for recognising and promoting music that would otherwise go unrecognised decide to put people - who are making pop/mainstream music and are already getting enough recognition from the mainstream channels - at the front.

(Leftover feelings from the 1Xtra Power List.)

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No musical uk revolution has happened in the black scene (in my opinion) since garage And jungle and im not talking white people getting on the bandwaggon 98 onwards commercial bollox...

A era of music was created that was new and fresh. That shit unheard of

Each generation is should have their own music revolution im 30 i was lucky enough to grow through garage

When black people want to they can make sick movements that shape a generation ..

Yeah white ppl take it on and wreck it but thats life they have no vision half time

Feel for tjis generation its nothing but empty generic over sexualised crap no new scene facebook generation

So fuck mobos no new sound just polluted estanlishment crap

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Black British music has produced grime, bassline, funky, road rap, afrobeats and house scenes which have gotten little to no recognition from the awards.

And you have these token awards for the sake of including a variety of black music: reggae, gospel, african, jazz - which while they definitely deserve recognition they're leaving a huge gap between mainstream music and {whatever category you'd place gospel and jazz in}, which you would imagine fresh home-grown music would fit into.

 

RnB and Soul should not be a joint award, because it RnB and Pop is synonymous and is basically a par to Soul singers.

f*ck the 10-year-late gesture of putting a grime award in there.

 

 

The only thing I can let them slide on is not having a Dancehall/Bashment award (because it did make sense to distinguish between that and Reggae, not Reggae simply being the 'Jamaican music' award) for the whole of last decade - despite it being extremely popular, and that's due to the whole anti-gay thing.

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But Kanya King and her team is too blame for this mess that is The MOBOs now lol.

 

She chased commericalism for the awards. She gave up their ownership/stakehold in what many of us think an awards show like The MOBOs should uphold.

 

They will probably blame record labels, radio stations, sales, there is loads of things you can blame. Thats why the UK music industry is viewed as a joke cos even when we have something, we give it up and not just sme of it, usually all of it lol.

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