Fuse ODG Wins MOBO Award Best African Act Of 2015

Fuse ODG Wins MOBO Award Best African Act Of 2015

UK based Ghanaian Afrobeats singer, Fuse ODG has won the Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) Award for Best African Act, for the third time in a row at a ceremony held in London on Wednesday, November 4.

Fuse ODG (born Nana Richard Abiona) picked up the award beating Davido, Wizkid, Patoranking, Moelogo, Yemi Alade, Aka, Mista Silva, Shatta Wale and Silvastone who were nominated in category.

The 20th edition of the MOBO which took place at the First Direct Arena in London also saw Drake win the Best International Album with ‘If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late’.

Winners list in full

Best hip-hop act: Krept and Konan

Best newcomer: Section Boyz

Best African act: Fuse ODG

Best female act: Ella Eyre

Best male act: Stormzy

Best song: Skepta – Shutdown

Best grime act: Stormzy

Best album: Krept and Konan – The Long Way Home

Best video: FKA twigs – Pendulum

Best reggae act: Popcaan

Best jazz: Binker and Moses

Best R&B/soul act: Shakka

Best gospel act: Faith Child

Best international album: Drake – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late

Mobo outstanding achievement award: CeeLo Green

Paving the way: Wiley

Paving the way: Sir Lenny Henry

 

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