Loads of stars turned out for the Music of Black Origin awards (Mobos) at London's O2 Arena, hosted by Jamelia and Shaggy.
Amy Winehouse was among the performers at the show. She was also named best UK female but missed out on three other awards.
One of them was best single which went to Ne-Yo for Because of You. The American star also picked up the title for best R'n'B.
Rihanna's spent loads of time in the UK charts with singles like Umbrella and SOS so it's no wonder she won the award for best international female.
Singer-Songwriter Kano performed with Craig David. Kano was up for best UK male, but the award went to Dizzee Rascal instead.
But it wasn't just singers at the awards show. Escape from Scorpion Island presenter Reggie Yates was among the TV celebs who turned up for the party.