Lady Leshurr, Kano and WSTRN were among the winners at the MOBO Awards 2016.
Taking place in Glasgow on 4 November, the event celebrates Music of Black Origin with awards given to the best acts in R&B, grime, hip hop and beyond.
The big winners on the night included Lady Leshurr as best female act, Craig David as best male and Kano who picked up the prize for best album with his critically acclaimed Made in the Manor.
Elsewhere, best newcomer was group WSTRN while Nadia Rose picked up the prize for best video.
The full list of winners is below:
Best Male Act: Craig David
Best Female Act: Lady Leshurr
Best Newcomer: WSTRN
Best Grime Act: Chip
Best Album: Kano – Made in the Manor
Best Song: Abra Cadabra – Robbery (Remix) [Feat. Krept & Konan]
Best Hip-Hop Act: Section Boyz
Best Video: Nadia Rose – Skwod
Best International Act: Drake
Best Reggae Act: Popcaan
Best Jazz Act: Esperanza Spalding
Best Gospel Act: Govna B
Best R&B/Soul Act: Shakka
Best African Act: Wizkid
Watch our recent live session with Lady Leshurr from her performance at PRS Presents earlier in the year. You can also learn how she wrote her Queen’s Speech series in our interview.