Bobby Bovell was the man of the hour at the Jump Music Video Awards 2016, which took place in London at the beginning of October.
The gospel artist and Pastor went home with the most awards after winning three times, with only MOBO-nominated r&b gospel singer, Sarah Téibo, coming close as she went home with two awards.
Bobby didn’t struggle too much to carry his awards for Best Reggae/Caribbean, Best Inspirational and Music Video of the Year, but he did take to Facebook to say this:
“Wow… this is so surreal 3 AWARDS on 1 night! We won BEST Caribbean/Reggae, BEST Inspirational Video AND Jump Music VIDEO of the YEAR! Madness. I was honestly just honoured to be nominated. Never expected this!”
The video in question was for the ‘Love Love’ remix, released in July. The track was produced by Danish beatmaker Kriswontwo, and features Bobby’s father, acclaimed musician, producer and recording artist, Dennis Bovell.
The video is fun, colourful, creative, and really has that ‘feel-good-on-a-summer’s-day’ factor.
Having earned a MOBO nomination for his debut album, ‘The Emergent EcleKtic’, Bobby is now working on his second album… We can’t wait to hear it.
Watch the video at vinejuice.co.uk/music and fall in ‘Love, Love’.