Nominees have been announced for the 2014 Mobo Awards - with soul singer Sam Smith and hip hop duo Krept and Konan taking the lead with nominations in four categories each.
Fuse ODG, Ghetts, Meridian Dan and Tinie Tempah are all up for three awards, while FKA Twigs is flying the flag for female artists with three nominations.
Katy B and Marsha Ambrosius are both nominated for two awards.
Following a five-year hiatus, the awards ceremony will be held in London at the SSE Arena, Wembley on 22 October.
Kany King, founder of the Mobos 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.
Fans can vote for their favourite artsist at mobo.com/voting
Here is the list of nominations in full:
MOBO Best Male Act
Krept & Konan
MOBO Best Female Act
MOBO Best Newcomer
MOBO Best International Act
MOBO Best Song
Ed Sheeran ft. Pharrell, "Sing"
Fuse ODG ft. Sean Paul, "Dangerous Love"
Krept & Konan, "Don't Waste My Time"
Meridian Dan ft. Big H & JME, "German Whip"
Sam Smith, "Stay With Me"
MOBO Best Video
FKA Twigs, "Two Weeks"
Jacob Banks, "Move With You"
Rudimental ft. Becky Hill, "Powerless"
Scorcher ft. Wretch 32, Mercston & Ari, "Work Get It"
Skepta ft. JME, "That's Not Me"
MOBO Best Album
Ghetts, Rebel With A Cause
Katy B, Little Red
Krept & Konan, Young Kingz
Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
Tinie Tempah, Demonstration
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MOBO Best Gospel Act
Living Faith Connection Choir
MOBO Best Reggae Act
MOBO Best Jazz Act
MOBO Best Hip Hop Act
Krept & Konan
MOBO Best African Act
MOBO Best Grime Act
MOBO Best R&B / Soul Act
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