The MOBO Awards will return to Glasgow to celebrate its 21st anniversary.

Founder Kanya King has announced that the ceremony will be held in its ‘second home’ for the fourth time later this year.

The annual awards show, which honours music of black origin, began in 1996 and has featured performances from the likes of Amy Winehouse, Rihanna and Grace Jones over the years.

FKA twigs, Drake, Ella Eyre and Skepta were among the winners at the last year’s bash.

‘MOBO turning 21 is a huge achievement and a special time for us,’ says Kanya.

‘Celebrating this in Glasgow, which has become our second home is an absolute joy.

‘The MOBO Awards has changed the music industry, and helped represent a diverse range of music that is now the heartbeat of youth culture.

‘We will continue to build a positive legacy that can be enjoyed by various generations to come.’

Some of the artists performing on the night are Tinie Tempah, Craig David, Chase & Status, Wiley and Popcann plus more.