This years Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards had singers Jessie J, Mel B, Nicole Scherzinger and Tulisa Contostavlos lighting up the red carpet to kick the event in motion.
Jessie J also got the event to an exciting start by opeing with a medley of her songs Bang Bang and Burning Up.
UK based Ghanaian international musician, Fuse ODG, won the Best African Act, making it the second successive time he’s grabbing that award.
The 19th MOBO Awards saw Sam Smith scooping the highest number of awards, including Album of the Year.
Below is the full list of winners:
MOBO Best African: Fuse ODG
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