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How To Vote For MOBO Awards 2024: The Complete List Of Nominees



How To Vote For MOBO Awards 2024: The Complete List Of Nominees

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The 26th MOBO Awards are set to light up Sheffield on February 7, 2024, and the buzz is palpable. Celebrating Black music and culture, this year’s MOBO Awards at Utilita Arena Sheffield promise a spectacle of talent and diversity. With tickets already up for grabs, fans are gearing up for an unforgettable night. But first, let’s talk about how you can be part of this grand celebration by voting for your favorite artists.

How to Cast Your Vote

Voting for the MOBO Awards is a straightforward process:

  1. Visit the Voting Portal: Head over to to access the voting platform.
  2. Choose Categories: From ‘Best Male Act’ to ‘Best International Act’, select the categories you’re interested in.
  3. Pick Your Favorites: Each category lists talented nominees. Choose the ones you believe deserve the award.
  4. Submit Your Vote: After making your selections, submit your vote to make it count.

Remember, your vote is a powerful way to support and acknowledge the artists who’ve made a significant impact in their genres.

MOBO Awards 2024: How to Watch the Celebration of Black Music and Culture

The MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards 2024 is set to take place in Sheffield on February 7, 2024, fans worldwide are eager to know how they can tune in and witness the magic unfold. Here’s your complete guide on how to watch the 26th MOBO Awards.

Live Broadcast

The MOBO Awards have traditionally been broadcast live on television. For the 2024 edition:

  • TV Channels: The event is expected to be aired on major UK channels. Keep an eye on channels like BBC, ITV, or Channel 4 for live coverage.
  • Time: The broadcast usually starts in the evening, UK time. Check local listings for exact timings.

Online Streaming

In today’s digital age, online streaming is a popular choice:

  • MOBO’s Official Website: Visit MOBO’s official website for potential live streaming options.
  • Streaming Services: Platforms like YouTube or BBC iPlayer may offer live streams or post-event coverage.

Social Media

Social media platforms are a great way to catch live updates:

  • Twitter and Instagram: Follow MOBO Awards’ official handles for real-time updates, behind-the-scenes content, and more.
  • Facebook: Check MOBO Awards’ official Facebook page for live snippets, interviews, and audience interactions.

On-Demand Viewing

If you miss the live event, don’t worry:

  • Catch-Up Services: Services like BBC iPlayer often provide on-demand viewing options post-event.
  • YouTube: The MOBO Awards channel may upload highlights, performances, and acceptance speeches.

The Nominees

This year’s lineup is nothing short of spectacular. Let’s dive into some of the key categories:

Best Male Act

  • Central Cee
  • Dave
  • D-Block Europe
  • J Hus
  • Nines
  • Stormzy

Best Female Act in Association with Shea Moisture

  • Flo
  • Jorja Smith
  • Little Simz
  • Mahalia
  • PinkPantheress
  • Raye

Album of the Year

  • Ezra Collective – Where I’m Meant to Be
  • J Hus – Beautiful and Brutal Yard
  • Little Simz – No Thank You
  • Potter Payper – Real Back in Style
  • Raye – My 21st Century Blues
  • Stormzy – This Is What I Mean

Song of the Year Supported by BBC Radio 1Xtra

  • Central Cee & Dave – ‘Sprinter’
  • J Hus feat. Drake – ‘Who Told You’
  • Jorja Smith – ‘Little Things’
  • PinkPantheress & Ice Spice – ‘Boys A Liar Pt.2’
  • Raye & 070 Shake – ‘Escapism’
  • Stormzy – ‘Hide & Seek’

Best Newcomer

  • Ama Lou
  • Antslive
  • Debbie
  • Jayo
  • Nippa
  • No Guidnce
  • Rimzee
  • Strandz
  • Tamera
  • Tunde

Video of the Year

  • Antslive – ‘Number One Candidate’ (Directed by Tom Emmerson)
  • Enny – ‘No More Naija Men’ (Directed by Otis Dominique)
  • Jords – ‘Dirt in the Diamond EP1: Mobay feat. Tay Iwar / Stay Close feat. Kranium’ (Directed by Renee Maria Osubu)
  • Little Simz – ‘Gorilla’ (Directed by Dave Meyers)
  • Stormzy – ‘Mel Made Me Do It’ (Directed by KLVDR)
  • Tion Wayne – ‘Healing’ (Directed by Wowa)

Best R&B/Soul Act

  • Bellah
  • Jaz Karis
  • Mahalia
  • Ragz Originale
  • Sampha
  • Sault

Best Hip Hop Act

  • Avelino
  • Clavish
  • Digga D
  • Enny
  • Fredo
  • Giggs
  • Little Simz
  • Loyle Carner
  • Nines
  • Potter Payper

Best Grime Act

  • Bugzy Malone
  • Duppy
  • Flowdan
  • Manga Saint Hilare
  • Novelist
  • P Money

Best Drill Act Supported by Trench

  • Central Cee
  • Headie One
  • K-Trap
  • Kwengface
  • M24
  • Russ Millions
  • Teezandos
  • Unknown T

Best International Act (US)

  • Doja Cat
  • Drake & 21 Savage
  • Travis Scott
  • Ice Spice
  • Latto
  • Lil Uzi Vert
  • Nicki Minaj
  • Sexy Red
  • SZA
  • Victoria Monet

Best Performance in a TV Show/Film

  • Adjani Salmon as Kwabena – Dreaming Whilst Black
  • Damson Idris as Franklin Saint – Snowfall
  • Déjà J. Bowens as Vita – Champion
  • Idris Elba as Sam – Hijack
  • India Amarteifio as Queen Charlotte – Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story
  • John Boyega as Fontaine – They Cloned Tyrone
  • Lashana Lynch as Izogie – The Woman King
  • Letitia Wright as Shuri – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
  • Malcolm Kamulete as Bosco – […]

The Impact of Your Vote

Your vote is more than just a click; it’s a statement of support for the artists who’ve tirelessly worked to entertain, inspire, and provoke thought. It’s a nod to their creativity, a recognition of their talent, and a celebration of their contributions to music and culture.

In Conclusion

The MOBO Awards 2024 is not just an event; it’s a cultural phenomenon that brings together the best of Black music and arts. As you cast your vote, remember that you’re part of a larger narrative that champions diversity, talent, and excellence. Let your voice be heard, and may the best artists win!

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