Bursting out of London's underground scene, confirmed 2013 MOBO Award performers Rudimental have taken the British music scene by storm. The pioneering collective garnered a huge fan base with their electrifying beats and highly charged live performances.

Their smash hit single Feel The Love blazed into the UK charts debuting at #1 on both the single and dance charts after it premiered as the Hottest Record in the World on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1. In Australia, Feel The Love hit #1 on the iTunes singles and the iTunes dance charts, peaked at #3 on the ARIA singles and national airplay charts and is triple platinum!

Feel The Love became the soundtrack to the summer and absolutely dominated the UK's biggest festivals. The singles 'Not Giving In', 'Waiting All Night' and 'Right Here' have also topped the UK charts. Rudimental recently tweeted their joy at the amazing track 'Waiting All Night' featuring Ella Eyre going platinum in the UK!


Their amazing debut album Home was released earlier this year and shot straight to the top of the iTunes chart. Home was filled with Rudimental's famed stellar productions and world class soulful vocals. Rudimental pulled influences from many places, as tracks featured on Home mix in a fantastic mixture of RnB, Dance, Drum and Bass, House and Soul. The appeal of Home reached fans of all musical genres and displayed the talents of the groundbreaking quartet perfectly.

Championed for their unique approach to music, Rudimental brought a unique sound to an eager UK audience who have been anticipating the emergence of groundbreaking UK collective. MOBO predicts further success for Rudimental and we can't wait to see them absolutely smash the stage at this year's MOBO Awards. With a long list of hits to their name already, which song would you like Rudimental to see perform? The MOBO team is rooting for 'Waiting All Night'! Tweet us your thoughts @MOBOAwards


Rudimental will be amongst great company as chart toppers, Tinie Tempah and Iggy Azalea are also confirmed to perform. Tickets for the MOBO Awards are priced at £25, £35 and £49 and are available here.


Adenike Gboyega