Launched in 1996, by founder and CEO Kanya King, the MOBO Awards were the first Awards show in Europe to celebrate urban music. In our 14 year history, the MOBO Awards have, undoubtedly, played an instrumental role in elevating black music and culture to mainstream popular status in the UK.
The Awards continue to attract the largest prime time multicultural audience and boast broadcast access to over 250 million people, due in no small part to the fact that MOBO has played host to the music industry’s finest, witnessing jaw-dropping performances from the cream of both UK and international talent. Over the years A-list artists have included: Janet Jackson, Dionne Warwick, Justin Timberlake, Tina Turner, Jay- Z, LL Cool J, Amy Winehouse, Dizzee Rascal, Estelle, Usher and John Legend to name but a few.
The home of show-stopping performances, MOBO strives to continually surprise and delight our fan base. For example, in 2005 as MOBO celebrated its 10thFugees band member Lauryn Hill and closing with an explosive collaboration by the Marley Brothers in tribute to their father, the late Bob Marley, has people talking to this day! Anniversary, opening the show with a performance by former
As well as showcasing a wide array of top international talent, MOBO is proud to have been a catalyst in the careers of numerous UK artists such as Craig David, Ms Dynamite, Estelle, Kano, N-Dubz, Chipmunk – all of whom have gone on to achieve massive success after winning the MOBO Best Newcomer Awards.
Having played at every iconic venue in London, including the Royal Albert Hall, Wembley and being the first multi-artist event at the O2, 2009 sees the MOBOSECC in Glasgow, Scotland. This unprecedented move means that this year’s show is going to be bigger and better than ever - and so another chapter of MOBO history begins…
This year, the BBC devoted their channel, BBC3, to the 2009 MOBOs, now doubt under obligation or orders from above, so as to show their masters and the PC lobby that their enrichment and cohesion actions were conforming to the masterplan.
Everywhere we go now it seems that the government's masterplan, to eradicate the indigenous white people from the shores of The United Kingdom, their natural homeland, takes another step forward.
The British National Party, the only organisation that seems to be willing to stand up to the masterplan, faces it's next hurdle in a few weeks when the next round of court action by the evil Commission for Equality and Human Rights, comes round.
The CEHR has taken 27 years to take the BNP to task over it's membership criteria, and this current action is a just another government conspiracy, this time to make the BNP use it's valuable and limited funds that had been earmarked for the 2010 general election campaign.
This is obvious, as Harriet Harman's equality bill that will become law in January 2010, makes this current action redundant.
Yet Leninist Trevor Phillips still uses his bottomless money pit (known colloquially as the public purse) to glean our money from us, as in court cases, you need representation, and that sort of representation is not cheap.
So MOBO 2009 has ended. The public purse of the licence fee payer has contributed towards the cost of the event in Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow, that glorifies non-White entertainment, and the CEHR will use more public money to fight a case it doesnt need to (because of impending legislation) that in essence is against an indigenous white "MOBO" or Membership Of British Origin.
As we continually hear from all governments departments and arms in their soft chewy teeth rotting way "black-man-good-white-man-bad."
Comparison of these two events just confirms it...
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