Last night the Music of Black Origin awards took place in Glasgow, with the ceremony celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The MOBOs are a celebration of UK 'urban' music and since its creation in 1996 has become a huge annual event, expanding alongside the growing UK rap, R&B and grime scenes.

The event isn't just a celebration of UK music, with last night's 'Best International Act' award going to Drake and a big performance from Popcaan that rounded off the night. The reggae superstar took to the stage to perform "Only Man She Want," as well as his part on Jamie XX's "Good Times." He was also joined on stage by UK rapper Sneakbo, with whom he performed a remix of the London MC's "Too Cool."

The big winners on the night were Craig David, who completed his comeback by picking up the 'Best Male Act' award, Lady Leshurr as she copped the 'Best Female Act' and Kano who won this year's 'Best Album' award for Made In The Manor.

Watch Popcaan's performance above.

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