Tinie Tempah, Wiley and Kendrick Lamar win at MOBO Awards Get Tickets
Laura Mvula, Naughty Boy and Sean Paul also come home with prizes
Tempah took home the Best UK Hip-Hop/Grime Act gong, while Wiley was named Best Male Act. Laura Mvula collected a pair of prizes: Best Female Act and Best RnB/Soul act, beating Jessie Ware and Lianna La Havas in both categories.
Naughty Boy also came home with two trophies: Best Single and Best Video, both for 'La La La', his collaboration with singer Sam Smith. Other winners included Rudimental, whose debut LP 'Home' was named Best Album, and Sean Paul, who was awarded the Best Reggae Act accolade.
Meanwhile, Kendrick Lamar was named Best International Act, beating off strong competition from Kanye West, Jay Z, Robin Thicke and Justin Timberlake, among others.
This year's 18th anniversary MOBO Awards took place at Glasgow's SECC and were hosted by Trevor Nelson and Sarah-Jane Crawford. Performances on the night came from Tempah, who opened the ceremony, as well as AlunaGeorge, Naughty Boy and Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea, Rudimental and So Solid Crew.