Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Mobo Awards: Fuse ODG 'Antenna' wins Best African Act

 Fuse ODG wins Best African Act
It was the third time the Mobo Awards have been held in Glasgow and Fuse ODG, Ghanaian-born UK-based afrobeat sensation, has been awarded the Best African Act at the 2013 Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards.
Fuse ODG  'Antenna' wins Best African Act

Fuse ODG aka Nana Richard Abiona, the `Antenna' singer, hit some of the biggest acts of Africa to win the most popular award.

Fuse ODG held off competition from are Seun Kuti (Nigeria), Spoek Mathambo (South Africa), Liquideep (South Africa), Mafikizolo (South Africa), WizKid (Nigeria) and many more to win the best African act..

Singer Laura Mvula and Shahid Khan, Naughty Boy, also won two awards each for their wonderful performance. Mvula won the award for `Best Female' and `Best RnB/Soul Act', whereas Shahid Khan won the award for the `Best Song' and the `Best Video'.

Sean Paul also won the award for the best reggae act, and Tinie Tempah, British-Nigerian rapper, picked up the MOBO award for the Best hip hop/grime act.


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