Ghanaian international Afrobeats artist Fuse ODG for the second time running won the Best African Act at the recently held MOBO Awards. He beat competition from Afrikan Boy, Davido, Dr.Sid, DJ Clock, Mafikizolo, Yemi Alade, Wizkid, Mista Silva and Tiwa Savage.
In 2013, Fuse ODG claimed the same honours by beating other African giants to it. He however lost out on two other nominations including Best Male Act and Best Song which he lost Sam Smith on both occasions.
Sam Smith on the other hand won more awards including the biggest of the night, album of the year.
The show witnessed spectacular performances from Jessie J and Kid Ink, Ella Eyre, Nicole Scherzinger and many others.
The MOBO Awards 2014 returned to the Wembley Arena, London after five years.
The very first MOBO Inspiration Award went to the incredible Idris Elba.
Below is a full list of winners.
MOBO Best Reggae: Stylo G
MOBO Best HipHop: Krept and Konan
MOBO Best RnB/Soul: Sam Smith
MOBO Best Gospel: Living Faith Connection Choir
MOBO Best Jazz: 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 International: Beyoncé
MOBO Best Video: Skepta
MOBO Best Song: Sam Smith
MOBO Best Album: Sam Smith
MOBO Inspiration Award: Idris Elba