Anugerah Planet Muzik

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Anugerah Planet Muzik
Awarded forOutstanding achievements in the Malay- and Indonesian-language music industry
CountryFlag of Malaysia.svg  Malaysia
Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Flag of Singapore.svg  Singapore
Flag of Brunei.svg  Brunei
First awarded2001
Website Official Site
Television/radio coverage
Network Flag of Singapore.svg Suria (2001-now)
Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of Brunei.svg Astro Ria (2001-now)
Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of Brunei.svg Astro Maya HD (2014)
Flag of Malaysia.svg Flag of Brunei.svg Astro Ria HD (2015-now)
Flag of Indonesia.svg TVRI (2005, 2018)
Flag of Indonesia.svg STAR TV ANTV (2006)
Flag of Indonesia.svg Global TV (2008-2012)
Flag of Indonesia.svg NET. (2013-2016, 2019)
Flag of Indonesia.svg Jak TV (2017)

Anugerah Planet Muzik (literally: "Music Planet Award"), commonly known by the acronym APM, is an award ceremony for artists engaged in the Malay and Indonesian language music world. The awards including singers from the allied countries, which are Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Organised by MediaCorp's Malay Broadcast Division, Suria, Warna 94.2FM & Ria 89.7FM, this prestigious music awards ceremony and achievements in the regional Malay-Indonesia music industry. APM is supported by Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA), Composers and Authors Society of Singapore (COMPASS) and Indonesian Music Award Foundation (YAMI).

Malay language Austronesian language

Malay is a major language of the Austronesian family spoken in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, as well as parts of Thailand. A language of the Malays, it is spoken by 290 million people across the Strait of Malacca, including the coasts of the Malay Peninsula of Malaysia and the eastern coast of Sumatra in Indonesia and has been established as a native language of part of western coastal Sarawak and West Kalimantan in Borneo. It is also used as a trading language in the southern Philippines, including the southern parts of the Zamboanga Peninsula, the Sulu Archipelago and the southern predominantly Muslim-inhabited municipalities of Bataraza and Balabac in Palawan.

Indonesian language official language of Indonesia

Indonesian is the official language of Indonesia. It is a standardized register of Malay, an Austronesian language that has been used as a lingua franca in the multilingual Indonesian archipelago for centuries. Indonesia is the fourth most populous nation in the world. Of its large population, the majority speak Indonesian, making it one of the most widely spoken languages in the world.

Singapore Republic in Southeast Asia

Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is an island city-state in Southeast Asia. It lies one degree north of the equator, at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, with Indonesia's Riau Islands to the south and Peninsular Malaysia to the north. Singapore's territory consists of one main island along with 62 other islets. Since independence, extensive land reclamation has increased its total size by 23%. The nation is known for its transition from a developing to a developed country in a single generation under the leadership of its founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

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The event was first held in 2001 and has been held every year (except in 2010). [1] Awards are given in various categories. There are awards covering all the participating countries and there are also awards for particular countries. In year 2005, for the very first time an artist from Brunei, Faiz Nawi, was invited as a performer at this awards event. It was only in 2013, after an eight-year break, that another Bruneian artist, Jaz Hayat, was given the honours to perform at the said event. The first artist from Brunei (Aziz Harun) and Philippines (Mark Adam) both were nominated in Best New Artiste at Anugerah Planet Muzik 2015. However, the first songwriter and award winner from the Philippines who was nominated fell to Judah Lyne from The Lion Story. She has since bagged five awards for Best Singapore Song in 2011, 2015-2018. In 2016 edition, Shunpei Nakagawa from Japan was the first artist from others region nominated in this awards.

Brunei Southeast Asian coastal sovereign state

Brunei, officially the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace, is a country located on the north coast of the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. Apart from its coastline with the South China Sea, the country is completely surrounded by the Malaysian state of Sarawak. It is separated into two parts by the Sarawak district of Limbang. Brunei is the only sovereign state completely on the island of Borneo; the remainder of the island's territory is divided between the nations of Malaysia and Indonesia. Brunei's population was 423,196 in 2016.

Philippines Republic in Southeast Asia

The Philippines, officially the Republic of the Philippines, is an archipelagic country in Southeast Asia. Situated in the western Pacific Ocean, it consists of about 7,641 islands that are categorized broadly under three main geographical divisions from north to south: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. The capital city of the Philippines is Manila and the most populous city is Quezon City, both part of Metro Manila. Bounded by the South China Sea on the west, the Philippine Sea on the east and the Celebes Sea on the southwest, the Philippines shares maritime borders with Taiwan to the north, Japan to the northeast, Vietnam to the west, Palau to the east, and Malaysia and Indonesia to the south.

Japan Country in East Asia

Japan is an island country in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies off the eastern coast of the Asian continent and stretches from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and the Philippine Sea in the south.

Host country

YearHost countryVenueHosts
2001 [2] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Harbour Pavilion, World Trade Centre Flag of Singapore.svg Suhaimi Yusof
Flag of Indonesia.svg Sarah Sechan
Flag of Malaysia.svg Ziana Zain
2002 [3] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Singapore Expo Flag of Singapore.svg Adi Rahman
Flag of Indonesia.svg Sarah Sechan
Flag of Malaysia.svg Syafinaz Selamat
2003 [4] Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia Stadium Putra, Bukit Jalil Flag of Singapore.svg Najip Ali
Flag of Singapore.svg Syah Ibrahim
Flag of Indonesia.svg Sarah Sechan
Flag of Malaysia.svg Aznil Nawawi
Flag of Malaysia.svg Linda Onn
2004 [5] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Singapore Expo, Hall 3 Flag of Singapore.svg Adi Rahman
Flag of Singapore.svg AB Shaik
Flag of Indonesia.svg Shanty
Flag of Malaysia.svg Aznil Nawawi
2005 [6] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Suntec Convention Hall Flag of Singapore.svg Adi Rahman
Flag of Indonesia.svg Sarah Sechan
Flag of Indonesia.svg Shanty
Flag of Malaysia.svg Aznil Nawawi
2006 [7] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Max Pavilion, Singapore Expo [8] Flag of Singapore.svg Adi Rahman
Flag of Singapore.svg Fiza O
Flag of Indonesia.svg Nirina Zubir
Flag of Malaysia.svg Aznil Nawawi
2007 [9] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium Flag of Singapore.svg Suhaimi Yusof
Flag of Singapore.svg Fiza O
Flag of Indonesia.svg DJ Fika Rosemary
Flag of Malaysia.svg Aznil Nawawi
2008 [10] [11] Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Flag of Indonesia.svg Sarah Sechan
2009 [12] [13] Flag of Indonesia.svg Indonesia Jakarta Convention Center Flag of Singapore.svg Aura Shai
Flag of Indonesia.svg Nirina Zubir
Flag of Malaysia.svg Aznil Nawawi
2010No ceremony held [1]
2011 Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Max Pavilion, Singapore Expo [14] Flag of Singapore.svg Adi Rahman [15]
Flag of Singapore.svg Fiza O
Flag of Indonesia.svg Daniel Mananta
Flag of Malaysia.svg Didie Alias
2012 [16] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Max Pavilion, Singapore Expo Flag of Singapore.svg Muhd Tahar Ghalib (DJ TG)
Flag of Indonesia.svg Sophie Navita
Flag of Malaysia.svg Dato` AC Mizal
2013 [17] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Suntec City Flag of Singapore.svg Adi Rahman
Flag of Indonesia.svg Sarah Sechan
Flag of Malaysia.svg Dato` AC Mizal
2014 [18] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Suntec City Convention Centre Flag of Singapore.svg Dyn Norahim
Flag of Indonesia.svg Sarah Sechan
Flag of Malaysia.svg Nabil Ahmad
2015 [19] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore Suntec City Convention Centre Flag of Singapore.svg Fiza O
Flag of Indonesia.svg Caesar Gunawan
Flag of Malaysia.svg Jihan Muse
2016 [20] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore The Theatre @ MediaCorp Flag of Singapore.svg Suhaimi Yusof
Flag of Indonesia.svg Desta
Flag of Malaysia.svg Sherry Alhadad
2017 [21] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore MES Theatre Flag of Singapore.svg Dzar Ismail
Flag of Indonesia.svg Desta
Flag of Malaysia.svg Nabila Huda
2018 [22] Flag of Singapore.svg Singapore MES Theatre Flag of Singapore.svg Fiza O
Flag of Indonesia.svg Daniel Mananta
Flag of Malaysia.svg Nabil Ahmad

Award categories

Fans' Choice

Singapore Awards

  • Most Popular Singapore Artiste
  • Most Popular Singapore Song

Regional Awards

  • APM Most Popular Artiste
  • APM Most Popular Song
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Judge Category

Regional Awards

  • Best New Artiste (Male)
  • Best New Artiste (Female)
  • Best Collaboration (Artist)
  • Best Collaboration (Song)
  • Best Male Artiste
  • Best Female Artiste
  • Best Duo/Group
  • Best Band
  • APM Best Song
  • Best Song Malaysia
  • Best Song Indonesia
  • Best Song Singapore

Special awards

Defunct Awards

Award winners

Best Song

YearNoBest Song SingaporeBest Song IndonesiaBest Song MalaysiaAPM Best SongCountry
20011st"Cenderawasih"
performed by 2D.
Written by Zaidi Nandir & Rizhar Abdul Rahim.
Not Awarded"Mencintaimu"
performed by Krisdayanti.
Written by Debi & Bimbo.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20022nd"Bersamamu"
performed by Asiyah Sinnan.
Not Awarded"Makin Aku Cinta"
performed by Krisdayanti & Anang.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20033rd"Biru"
performed by Jai.
Not Awarded"Ada Apa Dengan Cinta"
performed by Melly Goeslaw & Eric.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20044th"-"
performed by Ferhad.
Not Awarded"Rahasia Perempuan"
performed by Ari Lasso.
Written by Ahmad Dhani.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20055th"Oh Kasih"
performed by Bhumiband.
Written by Bhumiband.
Not Awarded"Berhenti Berharap"
performed by Sheila On 7.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20066th"Cinta Abadi"
performed by Eka Mairina ft. Iskandar.
Not Awarded"Dealova"
performed by Once.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20077th"Usah Lepaskan"
performed by Taufik Batisah.
Not Awarded"Biarlah Rahsia"
performed by Siti Nurhaliza.
Written by Melly Goeslaw & Siti Nurhaliza.
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20088thNot Awarded"Nakal"
performed by Gigi.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20099thNot Awarded"Laskar Pelangi"
performed by Nidji.
Written by Nidji & Giring.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201110th"Lagu Teman"
performed by The Lion Story ft. Zahidah.
Written by Haramain Osman.
"Cintailah Aku Sepenuh Hati"
performed by Ari Lasso.
Written by Sandy Canester & Pay Ari Lasso.
"Awan Nano"
performed by Hafiz.
Written by M. Nasir & Buddhi Hekayat.
"Awan Nano"
performed by Hafiz.
Written by M. Nasir & Buddhi Hekayat.
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201211th"Pulanglah"
performed by Awi Rafael.
Not Awarded"Kisah Hati"
performed by Alyah.
Written by Manusia Putih.
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201312th"Jangan Ganggu Pacarku"
performed by Aliff Aziz.
"Harus Terpisah"
performed by Cakra Khan.
"Masih Aku Cinta"
performed by Shila Amzah.
Written by Shila Amzah.
"Harus Terpisah"
performed by Cakra Khan.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201413th"Tiada Pengganti"
performed by Sufie Rashid.
"Setelah Kau Tiada"
performed by Cakra Khan.
"Lebih Indah"
performed by Siti Nurhaliza.
Written by Aubrey Suwito & Ad Samad.
"Setelah Kau Tiada"
performed by Cakra Khan.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201514th"Lisa"
performed by Iman's League ft. The Lion Story.
"Terlalu Lama Sendiri"
performed by Kunto Aji.
"Assalamualaikum"
performed by Faizal Tahir.
Written by Audi Mok, Ezra Kong, Faizal Tahir & Omar K.
"Assalamualaikum"
performed by Faizal Tahir.
Written by Audi Mok, Ezra Kong, Faizal Tahir & Omar K.
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201615th"Bertemu Kembali"
performed by Haikal.
Written by Haramain Osman & Judah Lyne.
"Dan Bernyanyilah"
performed by Musikimia.
Written by Fadly, Yoyo, Stephan, Rindra & Iksan Skuter.
"Hanya NamaMu"
performed by Caliph Buskers.
Written by Edry Abdul Halim.
"Hanya NamaMu"
performed by Caliph Buskers.
Written by Edry Abdul Halim.
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201716th"Senyum Saja"
performed by Aisyah Aziz & Haikal Ali.
Written by Aisyah Aziz, Haikal Ali, Judah Lyne & Haramain Osman.
"Anganku Anganmu"
performed by Isyana Sarasvati & Raisa.
Written by Isyana Sarasvati & Raisa.
"Lelaki Teragung"
performed by Dayang Nurfaizah.
Written by Natasyah & Iman Imran.
"Senyum Saja"
performed by Aisyah Aziz & Haikal Ali.
Written by Aisyah Aziz, Haikal Ali, Judah Lyne & Haramain Osman.
Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
201817th"Racun"
performed by Farhan Shah.
Written by Judah Lyne & Haramain Osman.
"Jikalau Kau Cinta"
performed by Judika.
Written by Ryza Ahmad & Andi Rianto.
"Mata"
performed by Ayda Jebat.
Written by Audi Mok, Ishazee Ishak & Ayda Jebat.
"Jikalau Kau Cinta"
performed by Judika.
Written by Ryza Ahmad & Andi Rianto.
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia

Best Male & Female Artiste

YearNoBest Male ArtisteCountryBest Female ArtisteCountry
20011stChrisye Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Krisdayanti / Siti Nurhaliza
(tie)
Flag of Indonesia.svg / Flag of Malaysia.svg
Indonesia / Malaysia
20022ndM. Nasir Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20033rdAnang Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20044thIwan Fals Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20055thAri Lasso Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Krisdayanti Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20066thMarcell Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Jaclyn Victor Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20077thM. Nasir Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20088thAnuar Zain Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Krisdayanti Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20099thAfgan Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Bunga Citra Lestari Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201110thFaizal Tahir Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Rossa Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201211thHafiz Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Shila Amzah Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201312thJudika Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Bunga Citra Lestari Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201413thJudika Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201514thJudika Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Raisa Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201615thGlenn Fredly Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Raisa Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201716thAnuar Zain Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Dayang Nurfaizah Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201817thJudika Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Isyana Sarasvati Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia

Best Duo/Group & Band

YearNoBest Duo/GroupCountry
20011stKRU Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20022ndPadi Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20033rd Sheila on 7 Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20044thPadi Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20055thSheila On 7 Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20066thPeterpan Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20077thDewa 19 Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20088thGigi Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20099thYovie & Nuno Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201110th3 Suara Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201211thKotak Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
YearNoBest Duo/GroupCountryBest BandCountry
201312thHafiz & Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
NOAH Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201413thHafiz & Rossa Flag of Malaysia.svg / Flag of Indonesia.svg
Malaysia / Indonesia
NOAH Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201514thRossa & Afgan Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Iman's League Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
201615thAfgan & Raisa Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Musikimia Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201716thFaizal Tahir & Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Armada Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201817thGamaliel Audrey Cantika (GAC) Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Sheila on 7 Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia

Best New Artiste

YearNoBest New Male ArtisteCountryBest New Female ArtisteCountryBest New Duo/GroupCountry
20011stArt Fadzil Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Andien Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
--
-
20022ndRio Febrian Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Shanty Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
--
-
20033rdJai Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Sarah Raisuddin Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Moluccas Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20044thMarcell Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Agnes Monica Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Utopia Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20055thVince Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Dia Fadilla Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Bhumiband Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
20066thEllo Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Nikki Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Maliq & D’Essentials Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20077thImran Ajmain Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Noryn Aziz Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Letto Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20088thFaizal Tahir Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Farah Asyikin Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Meet Uncle Hussain Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20099thAizat Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Ayu Damit Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Kotak Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201110thSandhy Sondoro Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Amanda Imani Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Ana Raffali, Sohaimi Mior Hassan & Altimet Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201211thAnji Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Raisa Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Audionauts Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
YearNoBest New Male ArtisteCountryBest New Female ArtisteCountry
201312thCakra Khan Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Citra Scholastika Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201413thTulus Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Fynn Jamal Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201514thKunto Aji Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Elizabeth Tan Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201615thRizky Febrian Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Yuka Kharisma Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201716thVirgoun Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Gloria Jessica Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201817thAdrian Khalif Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Sara Fajira Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia

Best Collaboration

YearNoBest Collaboration (Artiste)CountryBest Collaboration (Song)Country
201110thDayang Nurfaizah & Marcell
for "Sayang"
Flag of Malaysia.svg / Flag of Indonesia.svg
Malaysia / Indonesia
--
-
201211thTaufik Batisah & Rossa
for "Aku Bersahaja"
Flag of Singapore.svg / Flag of Indonesia.svg
Singapore / Indonesia
--
-
201312thNajwa Latif, SleeQ & SyamKamarul
for "Sahabat"
Flag of Malaysia.svg / Flag of Singapore.svg
Malaysia / Singapore
--
-
201413thAltimet & Awi Rafael
for "Kalau Aku Kaya"
Flag of Malaysia.svg / Flag of Singapore.svg
Malaysia / Singapore
"Mimpi"
performed by Aisyah Aziz.
Written by Faizal Tahir
Flag of Singapore.svg / Flag of Malaysia.svg
Singapore / Malaysia
201514thSiti Nurhaliza & Cakra Khan
for "Seluruh Cinta"
Flag of Malaysia.svg / Flag of Indonesia.svg
Malaysia / Indonesia
"Jangan Coba Berlari"
performed by Sezairi.
Written by Tulus
Flag of Singapore.svg / Flag of Indonesia.svg
Singapore / Indonesia
201615thAwi Rafael & Ayai
for "Manusia Sempurna"
Flag of Singapore.svg / Flag of Malaysia.svg
Singapore / Malaysia
"Beautiful"
performed by Aziz Harun.
Written by Faizal Tahir, Mike Chan, Omar K & Aziz Harun
Flag of Brunei.svg / Flag of Malaysia.svg
Brunei / Malaysia
201716thAfgan ft. SonaOne
for "X"
Flag of Indonesia.svg / Flag of Malaysia.svg
Indonesia / Malaysia
"Tanda Tanya"
performed by Aisyah Aziz.
Written by Omar K, Ezra Kong & Ishazee Ishak
Flag of Singapore.svg / Flag of Malaysia.svg
Singapore / Malaysia
201717thSiti Nurhaliza & Judika
for "Kisah Ku Inginkan"
Flag of Malaysia.svg / Flag of Indonesia.svg
Malaysia / Indonesia
"Teman Bahagia"
performed by Jaz.
Written by Ramadhan Handy "Soulvibe" & Asta Andoko "Ran".
Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
YearNoMost Popular Male ArtisteCountryMost Popular Female ArtisteCountryMost Popular Duo/GroupCountry
20011stM. Nasir Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
--
-
20022ndM. Nasir Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Sheila On 7 Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20033rdAnuar Zain Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Sheila On 7 Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20044thAnuar Zain Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Exists Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20055thAnuar Zain Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Spider Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20066thTaufik Batisah Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Peterpan Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
20077thMawi Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Sofaz Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
20088thFaizal Tahir Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Siti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Estranged Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
YearNoMalaysia Most Popular ArtisteCountryIndonesia Most Popular ArtisteCountrySingapore Most Popular ArtisteCountry
20099thSiti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
Yovie & Nuno Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
Taufik Batisah Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
YearNoAPM Most Popular ArtisteCountry
20099thSiti Nurhaliza Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201110thSiti Nurhaliza
(presented as APM Most Popular Artiste for a Decade)
Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201211thTaufik Batisah Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
201312thHafiz Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201413thTaufik Batisah Flag of Singapore.svg
Singapore
201514th Fatin Shidqia Lubis Flag of Indonesia.svg
Indonesia
201615thAyda Jebat Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201716thKhai Bahar Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia
201817thKhai Bahar Flag of Malaysia.svg
Malaysia

See also

Anugerah Industri Muzik, commonly known by the acronym AIM, is the award ceremony to honour the Malaysian music industry. The award is organised by Recording Industry Association of Malaysia (RIM) and was first held on 15 December 1993. It is Malaysia's equivalent of the Grammy awards. The award is not only focused on Malay-language music produced in Malaysia, but also English, Chinese and Indian language music as well, in which separate awards were introduced for the latter two language music subcategories in 1999 and 2013 respectively.

Anugerah Musik Indonesia

The Anugerah Musik Indonesia, also known as AMI or colloquially AMI Awards is an annual Indonesian major music awards, to recognize outstanding achievement for improving the quality and quantity of artist in the mainly-Indonesian language music industry. They have been compared to the American Grammy Awards, and British Brit Awards. It shares recognition of the music industry as that of the other performance awards, such as the Panasonic Gobel Awards (television) and Festival Film Indonesia.

Anugerah Planet Muzik 2009 is the 9th edition of Anugerah Planet Muzik, held on July 18, 2009, for the first time taking place in Indonesia, in the Jakarta Convention Center. It was the first time APM was in Jakarta. There was a bombing at the hotel Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott Hotels the day before the show, but that did not stop the musicians of Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia from continuing to enliven the Anugerah Planet Muzik 2009.

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Prasasti Seni is the tenth studio album from Malaysian pop singer-songwriter Siti Nurhaliza. The album was released on 12 April 2004 in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei and at a later time in Indonesia on 23 May 2004. This album also includes a heart-shaped VCD that features a video message from Siti and a video clip of "Pejam Matamu". Notable singles include "Dialah Di Hati", which is also nominated in Best Song category in Anugerah Industri Muzik, "Lagu Rindu" & "Seindah Biasa".

<i>E.M.A.S.</i> 2003 studio album by Siti Nurhaliza

E.M.A.S,, is the ninth studio album from Malaysian pop singer-songwriter Siti Nurhaliza. The album was released on 3 March 2003 in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei and at a later time in Indonesia. This album also includes a mini-VCD that features a video message from Siti and 2 video clips of "Bukan Cinta Biasa" and "Ku Milikmu".

"Jerat Percintaan"(in English: "Love Snare" or "Love Trap") is the first single and award-winning song performed by Malaysian pop singer Siti Nurhaliza. It earned the Best Song award at the Anugerah Industri Muzik in 1997.

<i>Siti Nurhaliza I</i> 1996 studio album by Siti Nurhaliza

Siti Nurhaliza is the debut album by Malaysian singer Siti Nurhaliza released in 1996. This album is the debut of her after winning in a singing competition by RTM, Bintang HMI 1995, where she recorded in 1996. The album is self-titled, and composed almost entirely of pop and ballad genre with its famous debut single Jerat Percintaan which later won the 11th Anugerah Juara Lagu in the same year and sold more than 50,000 copies. She won the title during her first entrance to Anugerah Juara Lagu by beating favourites at that time, Ziana Zain and Fauziah Latiff.

Jaclyn Victor Malaysian singer; Malaysian Idol winner

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Anuar Zain Malaysian singer

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Siti Nurhaliza discography

This is a list of albums and singles by Siti Nurhaliza where she has sold an estimated of more than 4.9 million records in Asian market especially in Malaysian and Indonesian markets out of her 15 years of singing career. Within five years, the sales for her first six albums have already reached 1 million units in the Malaysian market and another 500 000 units from the Indonesian market. Her debut album was revealed to sold more than 800,000 copies and eight out of 15 of her solo albums have received either Gold, Platinum or multiple platinum certifications from Malaysia and Indonesia.

<i>All Your Love</i> (album) 2011 studio album by Siti Nurhaliza

All Your Love is a 2011 album by Malaysian singer, Siti Nurhaliza. It was her fifteenth studio album and her first English-language album, released digitally on 16 September and physically on 26 September 2011 by What's Up Entertainment, which is owned and managed by her stepson Adib Khalid. All of the tracks were produced and written by two Australian composers and producers, Bryan Bouro and Christian Alexanda.

<i>Fragmen</i> 2014 studio album by Siti Nurhaliza

Fragmen (Fragment) is a 2014 album by Malaysian singer Siti Nurhaliza. It was her sixteenth studio album and her fifteenth Malay-language album, released physically on 30 June 2014 by Universal Music Group (Malaysia) in a collaboration with her own record company, Siti Nurhaliza Productions. Most of the songs in the album is inspired by her life and experiences. The production of the album saw a collaboration between Malaysian and Indonesian composers, lyricists and producers.

Sufian bin Haji Suhaimi is a Malaysian singer known for his singles, "Terakhir" "Di Matamu" and "Mencuba" ("Trying").

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