Tonight (22nd October), the MOBO Awards returned to London after a five-year absence, seeing some of the biggest names in specialist and emerging music both take to the stage, and/or win awards, for what cemented an impressive year for not only urban music, but also, proving that the UK is currently exporting some of the finest talent in years.

Presented by Sarah-Jane Crawford and Mel B, the MOBO Awards 2014 saw an impressive four awards being received by Sam Smith (Best Song, Best Male, Best Album, Best R&B/Soul), whilst the ‘Year of Grime’ was confirmed after both Skepta and JME, and Krept & Konan also won a gong each.

Catch the full list of winners below, followed by the performances in their entirety (updated when available). Roll on 2015 where we’re certain the MOBO Awards have something special planned for their 20th Anniversary:

Best Jazz Act – Zara McFarlane
Best African Act – Fuse ODG
Best Gospel – The Living Faith Connection Choir
Best Song – “Stay With Me” by SAM SMITH
Best Female Act – Jessie J
Best Video – Skepta ‪#‎Thatsnotme‬
Best Hip Hop Act – Krept & Konan
Best Grime Act – Stormzy
Inspiration Award – Idris Elba
Best Male Act – Sam Smith
Best Newcomer – Ella Eyre
Best Album – “In The Lonely Hour” by Sam Smith
Best Reggae – Stylo G
Best R&B / Soul Act – Sam Smith

Jessie J | ‘Bang Bang / Burnin Up’ ft. Kid Ink

Krept & Konan & The All Stars | ‘Don’t Waste My Time’ ft. Kid Ink

Professor Green ft. Tori Kelly | ‘Lullaby’

Candi Staton & Little Simz | ‘You’ve Got The Love’

Fekky & Meridian Dan | ‘Still Sittin Here / German Whip’

Nicole Scherzinger | ‘On The Rocks’

Jeremih | ‘Don’t Tell Em’

Ella Eyre | ‘Comeback’

Ghetts | ‘Rebel’