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MOBO Nominations - Full List - My Rant

Italic = who I believe will win. Disclaimer: not neccessarily my opinion of who is best, just guess work

BEST UK ACT

Alesha Dixon
Bashy
Beverley Knight
Dizzee Rascal
DJ Ironik
Donae'o
Mr. Hudson
N-Dubz
Tinchy Stryder

BEST NEWCOMER

Alexandra Burke
Jade Ewen
JLS
Laura Izibor
Master Shortie

BEST R&B/SOUL

Beverley Knight
Ciara
Jeremih
Keri Hilson
Lemar

BEST HIP HOP

Chipmunk
Dizzee Rascal
Drake
Eminem
KanYe West

BEST VIDEO

Dizzee - Bonkers
Alesha Dixon - Boy Does Nothing
Chipmunk - Diamond Rings
Beyonce - Single Ladies
Mr Hudson - Supernova

BEST SONG

JLS - Beat Again
Chipmunk - Diamond Rings
KIG - Head Shoulders Knees&Toes
Tinchy Stryder & N Dubz - #1
N Dubz - Strong Again

BEST ALBUM - voted by fans

Kanye - 808s & Heartbreaks
Tinchy Stryder - Catch 22
Bashy - Catch Me If U Can
Beyonce - I Am Sasha Fierce
N Dubz - Uncle B

BEST REGGAE - if Sean Paul isn't there Serani, if he is Sean Paul

Mavado
Sean Paul
Serani
Tarrus Riley
Vybz Kartel

(The controversial) BEST DJ - they say it's Westwood's, I think they'll change for that reason

Manny Norte
Masterstepz
Mistajam
Ras Kwame
Rickie & Melvin
Sarah Love
Semtex
Shortee Blitz
Steve Sutherland
DJ Target
Tim Westwood
Trevor Nelson

Would ask for your opinion but moretime people don't comment on blogs unless it one of the big ones

So, let the critiquing begin..... now!!!

Right, first things first, Lady Gaga?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Get the mess outta here right this very precise second. What the hell are they playing at? Like who actually put her on the shortlist to get nominated and who ticked her name to go into the nominations? Come on, let be avin ya?

Second thing, in my humble opinion the following don't or haven't yet made MOBO (is it just initials now or have we forgotten it stands for Music of Black Origin?) Alesha Dixon, Jade Ewen, Alexandra Burke, Mr. Hudson, Dizzee Rascal, KanYe West & Akon.

The following haven't made enough music to warrant a place in there; surprise, surpise Jay-Z. I'll 'llow Jeremih due to him having an album (even though we know he's a one-hit wonder).

Lemar still makes music? Surely he got in there due to his relationship. I really like the guy, one of the nicest most down to earth artists I've met but his last album bombed. Beverly Knight has only just released her album right? Sistrin ting!

Once again they neglected the UK Funky movement

To the pluses, Reggae award is accurate (who wants to bet Sean Paul performs?), UK Act is a mad ting! Group of death ting. Drake will walk with something, Bashy could have won best album if it wasn't a fan voting. I'm not actually sure of the demographic who will vote but I'll go with Tinchy or N-Dubz.

I asked earlier, if a white person sung 'Bonkers' by Dizzee, Chip Diddy Chip - Chipmunk or Number 1 - Tinchy Stryder if it would qualify them for a MOBO? The answer to that is they most probably would if Lady Gaga does. That shut me up

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