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Thursday, 4 October, 2001, 23:24 GMT 00:24 UK
In Pictures: Mobos 2001
The Music of Black Origin awards 2001 were the biggest in the event's history, and featured performances from Samantha Mumba, Mis-Teeq and Beverley Knight.

Singer Kelis and DJ Trevor Nelson hosted the ceremony
Singer Kelis and DJ Trevor Nelson hosted the ceremony

So Solid Crew gave the first performance of the show
So Solid Crew gave the first performance of the show

Usher: 22-year-old American star won two top awards
Usher: 22-year-old American star won two top awards

Mis-Teeq were nominated for Best UK Act
Mis-Teeq were nominated for Best UK Act

Samantha Mumba's performance was a highlight
Samantha Mumba's performance was a highlight

Beverley Knight - who won two awards in 1999 - performed
Beverley Knight - who won two awards in 1999 - performed

R Kelly: Finale was tribute after 11 September attacks
R Kelly: Finale was tribute after 11 September attacks
See also:

04 Oct 01 | Music
Mobos 2001: The winners
04 Oct 01 | Music
So Solid Crew: Garage stars
28 Sep 01 | Music
Mobo 2001: The front runners
03 Oct 01 | Music
The Mobos' road to recognition
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