Music artists Craig David and Drake beat other bands and artists after winning separate awards at the 21st Anniversary of the MOBO Awards at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Friday, November 4. Singer/songwriter Craig David, 35, won Best Male Act against Skepta, Stormzy, Kanoh and Tinie Tempah.

It has been 15 years since Craig David won a MOBO award. The singer/songwriter has won nine MOBO awards since he entered the industry. He also performed at the ceremony at Glosgow's SSE Hydro, together with other stars including Clean Bandit, Professor Green and Wiley, according to Mirror.

Craig David expressed his gratitude and appreciation of the award. "I'm overwhelmed and honoured. The public have supported me from the beginning. To be back here with a new album it's just crazy. I just want to thank everyone who's been there since 1999 and the Artful Dodger days," he said.

"The crowds here have been amazing over the course of my 16 years performing, so to be actually able to perform here again - and the MOBOs have supported me from 2000, so it's been an amazing journey. It's a celebration of music and I'm just happy to be a part of it to be honest," he added.

On the other hand, Canadian rapper Drake won the Best International Act and beat Beyonce and Chris Brown. Best Female Act was brought home by Lady Leshurr against Laura Mvula, Katy B, and Nao. Kano's Made in the Manor beat favourite Skepta's Konnichiwa in the Best Album category.

Report from BBC revealed that the R&B trio WSTRN was mistakenly given an award for Best Song. The group have already given their speech until it was taken back and announced that MC Abra Cadabra won the award. In line with this, the MOBO organizers blamed a production error and apologized for what happened. Here is the list of the winners on the 2016 MOBO Awards, as reported by Mirror: