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17 Year-Old J.Vessel, Annastasia Baker, Living Faith Connection Choir, Others Nominated For Mobo Awards Best Gospel Act


MoboAfter a five year hiatus, the MOBO Awards are back in London by popular demand. Marking its 19thanniversary, the internationally established brand is celebrating nearly two decades of its growing success. This year’s emerging talents will champion the stage at The SSE Arena, Wembley on 22nd October, with the show being broadcast on ITV2.

Kanya King said: “As we enter our 19th year, the MOBO Awards show promises to be bigger and more audacious than ever. This year’s nominees represent an incredible crop of artists. I find it particularly exciting to see so many underground artists featured, who’ve reached new heights over the last year and broken into the wider consciousness. It’s testament to their talent and their determination to succeed and we are very proud to witness their successes to date. This year’s show at Wembley is set to be nothing short of spectacular”.

This year’s crop of multiple nominees once again asserts the MOBO Awards’ position as a leader in spotting emerging talent.

In the Best Gospel Act category, we have:


Anastasia is a UK based Gospel singer and performing artist from Jamaica. Last year, she won the Time2Shine competition and is about to embark on her first U.S. tour.


Jordan Amadi-Myers is a 17 year-old born Londoner who raps, sings, writes and produces. J. Vessel has already been dubbed as the future of UK urban music.


Returning for the second time as a MOBO Nominee for her work in soul and gospel music, Kristyna Myles delivers soulful melodies on her debut album ‘Pinch Me Quick’.


Known for their electric atmosphere, Living Faith Connection is an award winning church choir from Barking led by choir director Evans Ogboi.


Noel Robinson is an international worship leader, music pastor, songwriter and producer. He has become a pioneer of British Gospel across the UK and Europe.


This year, the MOBO Awards will be broadcast on ITV2 on 22nd October, the UK’s biggest digital channel as well as a highlights show on ITV. This will be the first of a three-year broadcast partnership between MOBO and ITV.

To vote for this year’s nominees, go to www.mobo.com/voting


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