Sugababes set to perfrom and receive top prize at MOBO Awards
Sugababes will perform a medley of their greatest hits at the Sheffield ceremony.
Sugababes are set to perform and be honoured with the MOBO Impact Award at the upcoming ceremony.
The seminal R'n'B pop group - comprising Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy - will be recognised for their "enduring legacy and influence on a new generation of artists" at next week's ceremony at Sheffield's Utilita Arena, on February 7, where they will also take to the stage to perform a medley of their greatest hits.
The 'Overload hitmakers said: “MOBO Awards, thank you for presenting us with 2024’s Impact Award! To be able to look back on our two decades plus journey and be told that our music has touched so many people - even inspiring other artists - is something to be proud of. We are really looking forward to celebrating with everyone and performing at this year’s show.”
Ghetts and Cristale have also been confirmed to perform alongside Soul II Soul, DJ Spoony and Jamaican star Byron Messia.
Meanwhile, Sheffield native Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill, one of the greatest Olympians of a generation, is set to receive the Paving The Way Award.
MOBO Founder and CEO, Kanya King CBE said: “It just gets better and better as we gear up for the 26th MOBO Awards in Sheffield next week. We reveal more phenomenal musical performances and will honour legends in music and beyond for their game-changing accomplishments, such as Sheffield's very own legend Jessica Ennis-Hill and the incredible Sugababes with the irrespective Paving The Way and Impact Awards.
"We are also thrilled to announce MOBOLISE, MOBO's career development platform, as this year’s new headline sponsor of the MOBO Awards. Social purpose is in our DNA, so the decision for MOBOLISE to become the headline sponsor underscores our unstoppable dedication to creating spaces where excellence and equity are not just encouraged, but are fundamental. The ‘MOBO Awards in association with MOBOLISE’ represents more than just recognition of artistic talent, it symbolises a movement towards a more inclusive society."
Babatúndé Aléshé and Indiyah Polack are co-hosting the bash that celebrates excellence in Black music and culture.
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