The 2022 MOBO Awards full winners list has been released following the events headline on the evening of Wednesday, November 30th 2022.
Nigerian whiz, Burna Boy, surpassed fierce competition from internationally acclaimed stars such as Beyonce, Chris Brown and Drake to be confirmed as the best international act at the 2022 Music of Black Origin (MOBO) awards.
Burna Boy, likewise bested his own countrymen, Tems, Fireboy, Rema, Asake and others to take on the award of the Best African Act.
The 2022 MOBO awards, the 25th version of the event, was held at the Wembley Arena in London, UK. It celebrates black music in the UK and across the globe.
Below are the full list of winners from the 25th edition of the MOBO awards…
Best male act – Central Cee
Best female act – PinkPantheress
Album of the year – Knucks’ Alpha Place
and Little Simz’s Sometimes I Might Be Introvert
Song of the year – Own Brand (Baddie) by Dreya Mac, FelixThe1st and Finch Fetti
Best newcomer – Bru-C
Video of the year – Doja, by Central Cee
Best R’n’B/soul act – Mahalia
Best grime act – D Double E
Best hip hop act – D-Block Europe
Best drill act – K-Trap
Best international act – Burna Boy
Best performance in a TV show/ film – Kane Robinson (Kano) as Sully in Top Boy
Best media personality – Nella Rose
Best alternative music act – Bob Vylan
Best electronic/ dance act – Nia Archives
Best African music act – Burna Boy
Best gospel act – Still Shadey
Best jazz act – Ezra Collective
Best Caribbean music act – Skillibeng
Best producer – Inflo
Lifetime achievement award – Nile Rodgers
Outstanding contribution – Craig David
Paving the way – Jamal Edwards