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Jay Sean Steals the Show

Jay Sean swept the boards at the 2010 Asian Music Awards by winning every prize for which he was nominated.

The singer took best male, best album for 'All or Nothing', best video for 'Down' and best urban act at the ceremony, held in London's Royal Festival Hall.

Amar claimed the best female act, while JK was voted the best newcomer. Other notable winners included Imran Khan for best Desi (south Asian) act, while Sukshinder Shinda earned the award for best producer.

"It's a great feeling to get four out of four," 26-year-old Sean told BBC Asian Network, and revealed he had also bagged a guest superstar for his next single. "I've recently done a collaboration with Mary J Blige," he said. "It was incredible and we are shooting the video in London on Friday."

The Hounslow-born R&B singer generated a huge roar of approval from the crowd - along with fellow nominees Imran Khan, Jaz Dhami and Mumzy Stranger - whenever their names were mentioned.

Watch a red carpet interview with Jay Sean at the 2010 Asian Music Awards below: