CalledOut Music wins MOBO Award Gospel category


CalledOut Music has won ‘Best Gospel Act’ at the 2020 MOBO Awards and this has been the best is yet to come, just 4 years after taking a leap in faith to turn his passion for music into purpose.

The MOBO Awards are an annual music award presentation honoring achievements in “music of black origin”, including hip hop, grime, R&B, soul, reggae, jazz, gospel, and African music.

The MOBO Organisation was founded by Kanya King, and the first MOBO award was presented to Baby D, in the Best Dance Act category.

Based in Basingstoke the UK gospel sensation has over 10 million Spotify streams and a very likable personality, simple, down to earth and prolific, powerful tone and music mastery.

Called Out Music is the brand of Samuel Nwachukwu, British music producer, singer/songwriter & multi-instrumentalist from Hampshire England. 

Reacting to the news he wrote on twitter:

Four years ago, my manager and I took a leap of faith and released my first single… Four years later, I’ve just won a MOBO Award

When God says move, move! #MOBOAwards


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