Stormzy used to be the good fortune tale of the 2017 Mobos – selecting up three awards.
He used to be named Best Male Act, Best Grime Act and gained Best Album for Gang Signs & Prayer.
The London superstar smashed into the mainstream this 12 months with a primary album and most sensible 10 unmarried, Big For Your Boots.
It used to be a rite ruled through male winners, with Stefflon Don the simplest lady to select up an award for Best Female Act.
Other stars who took house awards had been J Hus who gained Best Song for his monitor Did You See and Giggs who gained Best Hip Hop Act.
The Best Newcomer Act award went to south Londoner Dave.
Image caption Stefflon Don scored a most sensible 10 hit with her unmarried Hurting Me this 12 months
Other winners integrated Mist for Best Video, Craig David for Best R&B/Soul Act and Wizkid for Best International Act.
This used to be Craig David’s 6th Mobo Award – he gained three in 2000, one in 2001 and yet another lately in 2016.
Davido gained Best African Act, Damian Marley used to be named Best Reggae Act, Moses Boyd took house Best Jazz Act and Volney Morgan & New-Ye gained Best Gospel Act.
The award rite happened at the First Direct Arena in Leeds and featured performances from the likes of Cardi B, Krept and Konan, Stefflon Don, Yungen and Britain’s Got Talent winner Tokio Myers.
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