Tallia Storm looked nothing short of sensational as she walked the red carpet at this year’s MOBO Awards at The Coventry Building Society Arena in Coventry on Sunday.
Also in attendance at the event was former Love Island star Wes Nelson who appeared in good spirits as he posed for the cameras.
Tallia, 23, cut a stylish figure in a shimmering silver crop top with a sequined detail pwhich she paired with a matching mini skirt.
Stars: Tallia Storm and Wes Nelson attended this year’s MOBO Awards at The Coventry Building Society Arena in Coventry on Sunday
The hitmaker added height to her frame with a pair of black heels and added to her outfit with matching tights.
Letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders, Tallia completed her look with a black handbag and silver earrings.
Wes, 23, opted for a laid back look for the bash as he sported a black top with a matching jacket and trousers along with a silver necklace.
Tiana Major9 caught the eye in a bright green long-sleeved top with a silver patterned detail.
Glamour: Tallia let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders while she also sported a sequined top
The singer-songwriter also wore a matching pair of trousers while she also sported emerald green heels.
Tiana sported a platinum blonde hairdo for the event which featured a dramatic plait.
Rapper Ms Banks looked incredible in a bright pink blazer which she wore with matching shorts and a silver necklace.
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Looking good: Tiana Major9 caught the eye in a bright green long-sleeved top with a silver patterned detail
The 23-year-old rapper received wide appraise for his chart-topping second studio album, We’re All Alone in This Together, this year.
He is in with a chance of taking home an impressive haul, including Album, Song and Video of the year, along with Best Male Act and Best Hip-Hop Act.
Hot off his tail, Drill star Central Cee has landed four nods, while rap stars Ghetts and Little Simz, soul star Cleo Sol, and Mercury Prize-winner Arlo Parks have earned three nods apiece.
The Best Male Act nominees also include AJ Tracey, Ghetts, Headie One, and Potter Payper.
Stunning: Rapper Ms Banks looked incredible in a bright pink blazer which she wore with matching shorts and a silver necklace
Smart: Co-host Munya Chawawa sported a black suit with a white shirt while rapper Ghetts opted for a grey plaid jacket and a black bowler hat
Shaybo, Bree Runway, Little Simz, Cleo, Arlo, and Tiana Major9, meanwhile, will face-off for Best Female Act.
A celebration of all things Black music and culture, the ceremony will be held on December 5 at the Coventry Building Society Arena in the West Midlands.
The first-ever winner of the inaugural Best Drill Act prize will be crowned, with the best British stars in the genre, including Central Cee, Digga D, Headie One, K-Trap, Loski, M1llionz, Russ Millions, SR, Tion Wayne, and Unknown T up for the accolade.
Backroad Gee, Enny, Joy Crookes, and Pinkpantheress are up for Best Newcomer.
The likes of Doja Cat, Drake, Kanye West, Lil Nas X, and Megan Thee Stallion lead the Best International Act shortlist.
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Elsewhere, in the Best Performance In A TV Show/Film category, Idris Elba, Letitia Wright, and Daniel Kaluuya are among the nominees.
Kanya King CBE, Founder and CEO of MOBO Group, said: ‘The past 20 months have been extremely challenging for artists everywhere but as always we are seeing creatives rise up and adapt, even in a global pandemic.
‘This year’s crop of MOBO nominees have not only shown resilience but incredible talent and range.
‘We could not be prouder to celebrate their achievements across the 18 categories that span genres, as well as excellence in TV, film and media.
‘Congratulations and best of luck to all of our nominees. Here’s to a big night on 5th December in Coventry!’
Nominations for the 2021 MOBOs:
BEST MALE ACT
BEST FEMALE ACT
ALBUM OF THE YEAR
ARLO PARKS – ‘COLLAPSED IN SUNBEAMS’
CELESTE – ‘NOT YOUR MUSE’
CLEO SOL – ‘MOTHER’
DAVE – ‘WE’RE ALL ALONE IN THIS TOGETHER’
GHETTS – ‘CONFLICT OF INTEREST’
HEADIE ONE – ‘EDNA’
SONG OF THE YEAR – IN ASSOCIATION WITH COVENTRY BUILDING SOCIETY
A1 X J1 – ‘LATEST TRENDS’
CENTRAL CEE – ‘COMMITMENT ISSUES’
DAVE FEAT. STORMZY – ‘CLASH’
ENNY FEAT. AMIA BRAVE – ‘PENG BLACK GIRLS’
PA SALIEU FEAT. BACKROAD GEE – ‘MY FAMILY’
TION WAYNE & RUSS MILLIONS, ARRDEE, BUGZY MALONE, BUNI, DARKOO, E1 (3X3), FIVIO FOREIGN & ZT (3X3) – ‘BODY (REMIX)’
BEST NEWCOMER – IN ASSOCIATION WITH ASOS
MIDAS THE JAGABAN
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SHOW/FILM
ASHLEY THOMAS AS HENRY IN ‘THEM’
DAMSON IDRIS AS FRANKLIN SAINT IN ‘SNOWFALL’
DANIEL KALUUYA AS FRED HAMPTON IN ‘JUDAS & THE BLACK MESSIAH’
LETITIA WRIGHT AS ALTHEIA JONES-LECOINTE IN ‘SMALL AXE’
MICHEAL WARD AS FRANKLYN IN ‘SMALL AXE’
BEST MEDIA PERSONALITY
CHUNKZ & YUNG FILLY
BEST GOSPEL ACT – IN ASSOCIATION WITH PREMIER GOSPEL
MAVERICK CITY MUSIC
BEST AFRICAN MUSIC ACT
VIDEO OF THE YEAR
BREE RUNWAY – ‘HOT HOT’ (DIRECTED BY JOCELYN ANQUETIL)
FREDO FEAT. DAVE – ‘MONEY TALKS’ (DIRECTED BY EDEM WORNOO)
LITTLE SIMZ FEAT. CLEO SOL – ‘WOMAN’ (DIRECTED BY LITTLE SIMZ)
M1LLIONZ – ‘LAGGA’ (DIRECTED BY TEEEEZY C)
PA SALIEU FEAT. BACKROAD GEE – ‘MY FAMILY’ (DIRECTED BY FEMI LADI)
SLOWTHAI FEAT. A$AP ROCKY – ‘MAZZA’ (DIRECTED BY THE REST)
BEST R&B/SOUL ACT
BEST GRIME ACT
D DOUBLE E
BEST HIP HOP ACT
BEST DRILL ACT – IN ASSOCIATION WITH TRENCH
BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT
LIL NAS X
MEGAN THEE STALLION
YOUNG STONER LIFE (YOUNG THUG & GUNNA)
BEST REGGAE ACT
BEST JAZZ ACT – IN ASSOCIATION WITH BBC 6MUSIC
BLUE LAB BEATS
SONS OF KEMET
BEST PRODUCER – IN ASSOCIATION WITH COMPLEX UK