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09-06-06, 02:09 PM
This year’s Music Of Black Origin Awards is the eleventh annual event for organisers, and the ceremony on September 20 is set to be the biggest yet. To celebrate this prestigious event, three talented females will be taking to the stage: Corinne Bailey Rae, LeToya and Keisha White.

The UK’s very own shining star, Corinne Bailey Rae, will be jetting in from her world tour to grace the MOBO stage. As the first UK female artist in recent times to successfully break the US and with tickets to her UK tour this autumn selling at record speed, the MOBO Awards are honoured to have the talented Corinne Bailey Rae perform at this year’s Awards. With her hits continuing to climb the charts, her performance at the MOBO Awards 2006 is set to be a treat for all music fans.

Fresh from her massive US success, original Destiny’s Child member LeToya will be making a triumphant return to the spotlight when she takes to the MOBO stage with her first UK appearance since leaving the group. Having already caused a huge storm Stateside with her self-titled debut solo album, LeToya is poised to replicate her success this side of the water with her exclusive performance at the MOBO Awards this September.

And if that wasn’t enough, following the MOBO tradition of exceptional duets, soul icon Sam Moore (‘Soul Man’, ‘Hold on I’m Coming’) will be performing with the much loved Keisha White who will blend her new school sound with one of the greatest R&B living legends, a performance guaranteed to bring the house down.

Guest presenters on the night include Olympic medal winner Colin Jackson, Love Island’s Kelle Bryant and recent Bad Boy signing Cassie, who will be making her first UK appearance following the major success of her debut single, ‘Me and U’.

All the action takes place on September 20 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. For tickets, please visit www.mobo.com. The show will be broadcast live on BBC Three at 9.00pm, with highlights from the MOBO awards on BBC One on Friday September 22nd at 11.25pm.

09-06-06, 04:13 PM
:strange: Damn...they got some shit people perforimng there...Le toya? wtf! they should just keep the shit birtish...cuz every year they get more and more US peopel there...but ill be watching out for Corinne Bailey Rae cuz she a talented girl...her album wasnt bad! and hopefully Ms D will have Akala perform one from the mixtape...would be sick if that happend!

And Wtf is with them puttin it on BBC three this year?! thats pretty swag...cuz not many people gonna see it eventhough the UK scene has gotten pretty big since the last time the mobos was around...so that pretty fucked of them puttin it on BBC 3!

09-06-06, 04:46 PM
it was on c4 all tha other years and i remember wen sean paul one won like 4 years ago and cudnt understand wtf he was saying on his speech