2000 MOBO Awards

Hosted by Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes and Trevor Nelson, the new millennium’s first MOBO Awards saw performances from Craig David, Donnell Jones featuring Left Eye, Angie Stone and Sade.

It was arguably Craig David’s year, with the Southampton boy following up on his Artful Dodger feature the previous year with global success. Eminem was in his glory year too, while a 19-year-old Jamelia’s ‘Money’ left with Best Video.

UK garage was in the charts and not going anywhere, and DJ Luck and MC Neat took away Best UK Garage Act. Gabrielle’s Rise won best UK album and achieve triple-platinum status in the UK charts after spending three weeks at number one.

Listen to 2000's MOBO winners in this Spotify playlist - memories!

The winners in full...

Best UK Garage Act: DJ Luck and MC Neat featuring JJ - Masterblaster 2000
Best Newcomer: Craig David
Best Hip Hop Act: Eminem - The Real Slim Shady
Best UK Radio DJ: Tim Westwood
Best Producer: MJ Cole
Outstanding Achievement: LA Reid
MOBO Unsigned: Cherise
Best Reggae: Beenie Man
Best R&B Act: Craig David 
Outstanding Contribution: Aswad
Best UK Club DJ: Steve Sutherland
Best Gospel Award: Mary Mary
Best World Music Act Carlos Santana
Best Jazz Act: Ronny Jordan
Best Video: Jamelia - Money


Watch some of the highlights including some amazing performances below: