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    Wretch 32 triumphs at Urban Music Awards

    Jessie J, Ed Sheeran and Wretch 32 all took home trophies from the Urban Music Awards (UMAs) in London last night (03.10.11).


    Jessie J, Ed Sheeran and Wretch 32 all triumphed at the Urban Music Awards (UMAs) in London last night (03.10.11).

    'Traktor' rappper Wretch proved the biggest winner of the night, taking home four trophies from the six award categories he was nominated in.

    Pleased with his haul, he said: “It’s amazing. Last year I was saying I wish I could perform and win something like the UMAs and this year I am up on stage collecting four awards! This is one of my highlights of 2011”.

    Ed Sheeran picked up Best Male Artist at the awards, while Jessie J was named Best Female Artist. Chris Brown picked up International Artist of the Year while Album of the Year went to Beverley Knight for ‘Soul UK’.

    The awards – which took place in Bayswater, London and were sponsored by Corona Extra – also featured guests including singer and actor David Hasselhoff, model Caprice, and former Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton.

    Hip hop star Mann performed his single ‘Buzzin’, while new acts Starboy Nathan, Bluey Robinson and Will and the People also took to the stage.

    British radio presenter Tim Westwood was also honoured, picking up the WOWeeOne Lifetime Achievement award at the event.

    He said: "The Urban Music Awards has been the backbone for British urban music in this country and Europe so to receive such an award I am truly touched. To know that music fans out there have shown this much love is truly touching.”




    Full list of winners of the UMA 2011;




    Best Collaboration - Chipmunk ft. Chris Brown ‘Champion’

    Best Male Artist - Ed Sheeran

    Best Female Artist - Jessie J

    International Artist of the Year - Chris Brown

    Best Album - Beverley Knight ‘Soul UK’

    Best HipHop Act - Wretch 32

    Best single - Wretch 32 ft. Example ‘Unorthodox’

    Best Music Video - Wretch 32 ft Example ‘Unorthodox’

    Best Newcomer - Emeli Sande

    Best Dance Act - DJ Fresh ft. Sian Evans ‘Louder’

    Best Radio Station - Kiss

    Best Producer - Benny Benassi

    Best R&B Act - Emeli Sande

    Britain’s Next Urban Superstar 2011 - Vida

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