The Star (Nairobi)

19 September 2012

Kenya: Camp Mulla Nominated for MOBO Awards

Camp Mulla sings for Peaceful Election by releasing their debut single of 2013 dubbed "If You Believe". General Elections in Kenya are fast ... ( Resource: Camp Mulla - If You Believe

Kenyan teen music sensation, Camp Mulla has been nominated for a Mobo Award. The awards are set to take place in Liverpool in November. The teen group has been nominated in the Best African Act together with other icons like Amadou & Mariam, Cabo Snoop, D'Banj, Fally Ipupa, Fatoumata Diawara, P Square, Sarkodie, Spoek Mathambo and The Very Best.

Camp Mulla will be facing tough competition from the other category nominees and will need your vote. To vote simply register on the website http://www.mobo.com/voting and cast your vote. The annual Mobo Awards has become one of the most televised music shows in the world and showcases the best British and international urban music talent.

The Mobo Awards continue to attract the largest prime time multi-cultural audience in Europe, because it has played host to the music industry's finest, jaw-dropping performances from various artistes. Mobo has been a catalyst in the careers of numerous UK artists such as Craig David, Ms Dynamite, Estelle, Kano, N-Dubz, Chipmunk - all of whom have gone on to achieve global success after winning the Mobo Best Newcomer Award.

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