7th PMPC Star Awards for Music

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7th PMPC Star Awards for Music
DateNovember 10, 2015
November 29, 2015 (Delayed Telecast)
Location Kia Theatre
Hosted by Kim Chiu, Enchong Dee
Television/radio coverage
Network ABS-CBN
Produced byAirtime Marketing Philippines, Inc.

The Pamusikatan: 7th PMPC Star Awards for Music (organized by Philippine Movie Press Club headed by current president Joe Barrameda and produced by Airtime Marketing Philippines, Inc. headed by Tessie Celestino-Howard). It was held at the Kia Theatre, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City on November 10, 2015, hosted by Kim Chiu and Enchong Dee with DJ Tom Taus, directed by Bert De Leon. It was aired on ABS-CBN's Sunday's Best on November 29 at 10:45pm. [1]

Contents

Nominees

Winners are highlighted with Boldface.

SONG OF THE YEAR

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

MALE RECORDING ARTIST OF THE YEAR

FEMALE RECORDING ARTIST OF THE YEAR

POP ALBUM OF THE YEAR

MALE POP ARTIST OF THE YEAR

FEMALE POP ARTIST OF THE YEAR

NEW MALE RECORDING ARTIST OF THE YEAR

NEW FEMALE RECORDING ARTIST OF THE YEAR

MALE ACOUSTIC ARTIST OF THE YEAR

FEMALE ACOUSTIC ARTIST OF THE YEAR

ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR

MALE ROCK ARTIST OF THE YEAR

FEMALE ROCK ARTIST OF THE YEAR

REVIVAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR

COMPILATION ALBUM OF THE YEAR

DANCE ALBUM OF THE YEAR

DUO/GROUP ARTIST OF THE YEAR

NOVELTY SONG OF THE YEAR

RNB ALBUM OF THE YEAR

RNB ARTIST OF THE YEAR

CONCERT OF THE YEAR

MALE CONCERT PERFORMER OF THE YEAR

FEMALE CONCERT PERFORMER OF THE YEAR

ALBUM COVER CONCEPT & DESIGN OF THE YEAR

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR

Special awards

PILITA CORRALES LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

PARANGAL LEVI CELERIO

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References

  1. "The nominees for the 7th PMPC Star Awards for Music". Philippine Star. 2015-11-08. Retrieved 2015-11-08.