Anugerah Planet Muzik 2018 Media Conference


Graphics poster courtesy of MediaCorp Suria and designed by Budi Iskandar Sa’ad

We’re just a few days away from my annual favourite regional awards event, Anugerah Planet Muzik (APM 2018), and I finally got the time to share what transpired during the media conference which was held on 31st July 2018. I could have posted this entry much earlier but Elit Suria which was more concurrent back then took precedence and I didn’t want to hype this event too early as we were still a good two months away. Anyway, this year marks APM‘s seventeenth edition with the unveiling of notable nominees from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam. Once again organised by Mediacorp Suria, Warna 94.2FM and RIA 89.7FM, the 2018 nominees were announced at Orchard Hotel‘s Grand Ballroom with performances by local artistes Farhan Shah, Izat Ibrahim, Liwani Izzati, Firwan Johan, Jagad Edge and Miiko the 13th. An estimated attendance of about a hundred local singers, musicians, producers and songwriters attended the event.

The APM trophies, which go through several revised changes in design and sizes over the years, again up for grabs this year…

What was intriguing about the media conference that day for me was the presence of Mimifly of One Nation Emcees fame, who is now a solo artiste. Seldom do we get a regional artiste attending an APM media conference here in Singapore in years past. Seeing her presence from a distance as I was going up the escalator, was an early indicator of her coming involvement in this year’s instalment. The moment I stepped off from the escalator, I met Ryan Sufiyan who let slipped that he is scheduled to perform with her at this year’s awards show. Instantly I knew that their song “Gila” would be up for nomination for one of the Best Collaboration categories. I guess years of following the event has more or less got me tuned in to the link between performing on the actual night and being nominated. Eventually when the nominations were officially announced, I was proven correct. Speaking of nominations, leading the list is Malaysian-based rapper-songwriter Alif Abdullah of former pop duo, SleeQ, with six nominations. This is followed closely by our local acts Aisyah Aziz and Sufi Rashid, Malaysia’s up-and-coming pop star As’ad Motawh, as well as Indonesia’s pop princess, Isyana Sarasvati with five nominations each.

DJs KC and Dzar Ismail returned once again as hosts for this year’s media conference. They were seen here with Farhan Shah right after his performance…

It is nice to see amongst the list of nominees a mix of young and the more experienced. Who would expect to see a legendary group like Search still churning out quality music in this current age of 90s revival music and social media sensations??? Or Brunei affirming their continued presence in the list with Jaz Hayat once again being nominated since his previous in 2016??? Indeed with the proclivity of social media as a daily staple for most of us, music has found a way for us to appreciate regional talents and for music producers to scout for budding talents. In the case of Bruneians like Aziz Harun and Jaz Hayat, they were fortunate to have Malaysian and Indonesian producers who saw the talent they possess, and now they are reaping the benefits of such collaboration. Which is what the Anugerah Planet Muzik brand is also about, getting to know talents from all four regional Southeast Asian countries, exchanging ideas, networking and eventually collaborating to make more good music for us to savour. As what former Lead of Mediacorp Malay Community, Ms. Zakiah Halim said, “As the only regional Malay music awards event, Anugerah Planet Muzik has always created meaningful opportunities and collaborations between artistes and musicians to raise their profiles in the region. We are proud that the APM 2018 nominees are trendsetters who are pushing the boundaries of creativity in their music.”

Ms. Zakiah Halim and Dr. Edmund Lam, CEO of COMPASS, addressing the attendees of the media conference…

Viewers can expect the hottest music acts and buzzworthy pop culture moments in this year’s APM that will be held at MES Theatre at MediaCorp Campus this coming Friday, 28 September 2018 from 9.00pm. The awards show will be hosted by RIA 89.7FM‘s Fiza O, Malaysia‘s Nabil Ahmad and Indonesia‘s Daniel Mananta. Another highlight of the media conference was the announcement of the performers for this year’s event, where usually they do not announce till much later due to confirmation of artistes availability. This time round, the organisers managed to secure the acts by the time the media conference came about. For the record, Anugerah Planet Muzik 2018 will feature hit performances by Dato’ Sri Siti Nurhaliza who is making a comeback to the event after a three-year break, Dato’ Rossa, Judika, Isyana Sarasvati, Ryan Sufiyan, MimiFly, Khai Bahar, Ayda Jebat, Sara Fajira, DJ Kenny Gabriel, Adrian Khalif, Farhan Shah, Jaz Hayat, G.A.C. (Gamaliel Audrey Cantika) as well as local band The Pinholes. I for one am very much looking forward to seeing the trio of Gamaliel, Audrey and Cantika (G.A.C.) for the first time live as I have been quite a big fan of some of their hits over the past year or so like “Satu“, “Cinta“, “Never Leave Ya” and their debut single, “Bahagia“. I will not be surprised if they are slated to open or end the show with their catchy songs “Satu” and “Never Leave Ya“.

The local artistes, as well as Mimifly herself (front row eighth from right), with a group photograph for memories sake…

Music fans and enthusiasts are also given the opportunity to vote for their favourite songs and artistes in fan-based categories from 31 July to 25 September 2018, 11.59pm on toggle.sg/apm. The categories are Most Popular Artiste (Singapore), Most Popular Song (Singapore), APM Most Popular Artiste, APM Most Popular Song and Social Media Icon. The theme for this year’s Anugerah Planet Muzik 2018 is Tropics / Tropical with the hashtag #TropicLikeItsHot expected to trend on social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, alongside #APM2018 and the returning #GilerTakGerek hashtags which caught on at last year’s event. Suffice to say, the next few days cannot come soon enough and I cannot wait to share with you photographs I will be snapping on Friday itself. Just so you know the usual drill, I will break down my posts and post them in instalment entries so you just have to come here every few days to check them out.

*Best APM Song and Special APM Awards will be announced on 28th September 2018

 

Snapshots of APM2018 Media Conference

 

Anugerah Planet Muzik 2017 Roll-of-Honour

(Graphics poster courtesy of Mediacorp Suria)

It’s been a good five days since Anugerah Planet Muzik 2017 ended, but the euphoria of seeing our home country finally winning the biggest regional award for Best Song, for the very first time in the 16-year history of this prestigious awards show is still fresh and unforgettable, at least not anytime soon. I have lots to say since I have not been doing a proper review on APM since 2014, but I guess I will keep it and snowball them in another entry and yes, this year I will finally post a review entry. It has been that long but it has to be done. Of course as always, my first entry after an awards show will be to honour the best and the most popular who were awarded on the night itself. So without further ado, here’s my Anugerah Planet Muzik 2017 roll-of-honour’s list…

P.S. Additional graphic posters of winners who did not attend the awards show are courtesy of Mediacorp Suria. Photograph of Sonaone courtesy of Glam Malaysia

 

Gloria Jessica – Dia Tak Cinta Kamu

Artis Baru Terbaik (Wanita) / (Best New Female Artiste)


Virgoun – Surat Cinta Untuk Starla

Artis Baru Terbaik (Lelaki) / (Best Male Artiste)

 

Faizal Tahir & Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza – Dirgahayu

Duo / Kumpulan Terbaik (Best Duo / Group)

 

Afgan Syah Reza Feat. Sonaone – X

Kolaborasi Terbaik (Artis) / (Best Artiste Collaboration)

 

Tanda Tanya – Aisyah Aziz

Composers: Omar K, Ezra Kong & Ishazee Ishak
Lyricists: O
mar K, Ezra Kong & Ishazee Ishak

Kolaborasi Terbaik (Lagu) / (Best Song Collaboration)

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Armada – Asal Kau Bahagia

Band Terbaik / (Best Band)

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Anuar Zain – Andainya Takdir

Artis Terbaik (Lelaki) / (Best Male Artiste)

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Dayang Nurfaizah – Lelaki Teragung

Composers: Natasyah
Lyricists: Iman Imran

Artis Wanita Terbaik / (Best Female Artiste)

Lagu Terbaik (Malaysia) / (Best Malaysian Song)

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Isyana Sarasvati & Raisa – Anganku Anganmu

Composers: Isyana Sarasvati & Raisa
Lyricists: Isyana Sarasvati & Raisa

Lagu Terbaik (Indonesia) / (Best Song – Indonesia)

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Aisyah Aziz & Haikal Ali – Senyum Saja

Composers: Aisyah Aziz, Haikal Ali, Haramain Osman & Judah Lyne (The Lion Story)

Lyricist: Aisyah Aziz, Haikal Ali, Haramain Osman & Judah Lyne (The Lion Story)

Lagu Terbaik Singapura / (Best Singapore Song)

Lagu Terbaik APM / (Best APM Song)

 

Sufi Rashid – Aku Sanggup

Lagu Singapura Paling Popular / (Most Popular Singapore Song)

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Hannah Delisha

Artis Singapura Paling Popular / Most Popular Singapore Artiste

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Ayda Jebat

Ikon Media Sosial / Social Media Icon

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Khai Bahar – Bayang

Artis Paling Popular APM / APM Most Popular Artiste

Lagu Paling Popular APM / APM Most Popular Song

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Maher Zain

Anugerah Rentas Planet / International Breakthrough Artiste

 

 

Ella

Anugerah Khas Planet Muzik / (Special Music Planet Award)

Anugerah Planet Muzik 2017 Media Conference

(Graphics poster courtesy of Mediacorp Suria)

I usually start off my entries after a long hiatus with an apology to my readers for making them wait so long for my return. Seeing how in the past I’ve been doing it, only to repeat the cycle again and again like a bad record, I have decided that I will not be doing any at all this time. Some of you will be extremely surprised to read this, but this entry almost became my final entry announcing my retirement from the scene. Yup you read that right!!! I was heavily toying at the idea of retiring as I had lost interest in doing write-ups and reviews, not to mention my time-consuming photo-editing process. In addition, this is a job that is not being paid but out of my passion for the local / regional Malay entertainment scene. There is only so much time and effort I can afford to put in at the expense of quality time with family. Why I decided to put the idea on the back-burner is because there is still that wee bit ounce of passion which I managed to coax out of me. For how long more??? That itself is a question to be answered. I feel jaded really to be honest.

Local artistes and representatives of the local Malay music scene who turned out in force for the media conference at Orchard Hotel

I wish there were more like me out there, the ones who write / type with sense and rationale, not too emotional when critical, who will give benefit of doubt as much as they can. I just feel that it is time for a new generation of writers to take over but sadly also, blogging seems to be passe these days. I will not promise anything, but I guess from now, any entries on this domain should be regarded as “Heaven-sent”. I will pick and choose what events I attend henceforth and will not be bogged down by having to put entries or photos up as soon as the events end. Well it has always been that way, hasn’t it??? Just that I cannot commit to attending events (mostly at Mediacorp) on a regular basis henceforth, with its current location a bit far for my liking being the North-Easterner that I am. It is also to be fair to those who have kindly invited me to cover their respective events. With that out of the way, let’s begin this entry in earnest.

KC and Dzar Ismail were the hosts of the media conference in Singapore

Anugerah Planet Muzik has always been THE event that I most look forward to annually since its inception on 20th January 2001, so much so I am willing to forgo watching my beloved football club Manchester United, when they face our sworn enemies Liverpool on the day of the event (14th October 2017). Part of the reason I’ve decided to continue blogging was also because of this event. It is afterall the Grammys of the regional music scene, whereby the four countries, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei come together to celebrate the best amongst them for the year. I know I have not been doing any reviews since the 2014 edition, but it also gave me some breathing space to observe changes that were made over the last two instalments. I noted a lot of improvements along the way which many at home do not have the benefit of knowing nor seeing, and there were also shortcomings, mostly because of a change in venue and having to adapt to new surroundings. I am hoping that with the event once again returning to the MES Theatre @ Mediacorp, the visual experience will improve, especially for those at home, because watching it live in the theatre and at home are two extremely stark contrasting experiences.

Nurul Isnina performed her debut hit single “Buaya“…

Just like the previous year, the media conference announcing the nominees for this year’s edition, was held at Orchard Hotel, albeit at the smaller Lavender Room a fortnight ago (22nd August 2017). Where A.B. Shaik, Aura Shai and Fiza O have always been the usual hosts at previous APM media conferences in Singapore, this year saw a somewhat refreshing change with Dzar Ismail and KC anchoring the proceedings. The media conference was also graced by the performances of eventual nominees Nurul Isnina, Iyaad Salleh, Arus Band & Sofia Arissa. Where previous media conferences were used to showcase upcoming young talents our local industry has to show for, there was a distinct upgrade of quality with those nominated being invited to perform and to show the audience why their names are up there along with the regional’s best. The event also saw the performance of Aidil Akmal and Dzar Ismail with their Malay rendition of the global hit “Despacito“, titled “Incognito“, which has since garnered their music video more than ten million views!!! I was telling Dzar afterwards, if only one view could be converted to a dollar, he could afford to retire by now. Such is the outreach of social media these days, that through creative works such as these, one can make it viral worldwide.

Arus Band, along with Sofia Arissa, were one of the few performers that day. Here, they’re seen singing their current hit song on the airwaves “Terlalu“…

A minor controversy emerged when I was viewing the live Facebook feed of the media conference at Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur on 24th August 2017. I noted that Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza who was initially nominated in the Best Female Artiste Category for her song “Menatap Dalam Mimpi” was missing as compared to the one announced in Singapore just two days before. I only got the answer after seeing reports that the organisers had indeed acknowledged and apologised for their error during the media conference in Kuala Lumpur itself and that all was fine between them as well as Dato’ Siti, and her management who were the ones who had alerted the organisers about it. I think this is a fine example of years of good working relationship between both sides as well as honesty and integrity being practised. The management could have kept quiet about it, but they did not. Thumbs up to Siti Nurhaliza Productions for the highlight and Mediacorp for acknowledging their error and apologising for it!!!

Ms. Zakiah Halim, Head of Mediacorp Malay Community addressing the floor along with CEO of COMPASS, Dr. Edmund Lam and Mr. Hassan Salleh, Senior Programming Director, Warna 94.2FM & RIA 89.7FM, Mediacorp

A special first concert road tour for this year’s Anugerah Planet Muzik was announced by Mr. Hassan Salleh towards the end of the media conference. For the first time in the history of the prestigious regional awards show, Mediacorp is partnering with the organisers of the Formula 1 Petronas Grand Prix Malaysia for a concert road tour to close the race in Sepang, which will see it hosting for the 19th and final time. The concert will be the penultimate show on the final day of the race (1st October 2017) and will feature some of the regional award nominees of Anugerah Planet Muzik 2017. At the time of typing this entry, I still do not know details of the concert and who exactly will be performing till perhaps closer to the date. My guess is that we will have big names from Malaysia, Indonesia and also Singapore to grace the concert. Will I be covering the concert??? That depends if some kind soul or organisation will be kind enough to sponsor my trip up north. Anyway I’m sure there will be some live streaming or at the very least, some live Facebook feed of the concert for us to view the proceedings if we are unable to physically watch it live.

The APM trophies are up for grabs again…

A total of 19 awards will be presented at this year’s event, the same as the previous year, with no tweaks nor changes made to any of the categories. Viewers and listeners can catch the ‘LIVE’ simulcast on TV channel Mediacorp Suria, radio stations RIA 89.7FM and Warna 94.2FM as well as online streaming via Toggle LIVE. APM 2017 will feature a new generation of artistes discovered largely from social media platforms and is set to entertain and dazzle with a stellar line-up such as Ayda Jebat, Aisyah Aziz, Isyana Sarasvati, Virgoun, Gloria Jessica, Aiman Tino, Hael Husaini, and many more. Music fans and enthusiasts are also given the opportunity to vote for their favourite songs and artistes in fan-driven categories from 22nd August until 14th October, 10.00pm on Toggle at toggle.sg/apm. The categories are Most Popular Artiste (Singapore), Most Popular Song (Singapore), APM Most Popular Artiste, APM Most Popular Song and Social Media Icon. Tickets are priced at SGD $28 and SGD $48 (including GST and excluding SISTIC fee) and can be purchased at all authorised SISTIC outlets and online at www.sistic.com.sg from 22nd August 2017 onwards. At the time of typing this entry, the $68 seats are already sold out!!! APM 2017 is supported by Info-communications Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA) and Composers and Authors Society of Singapore (COMPASS).

Snapshots of APM2017 Media Conference

Anugerah Planet Muzik 2016 Roll of Honour

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(Graphics poster courtesy of Mediacorp Suria)

Just like that in the blink of an eye, the fifteenth edition of Anugerah Planet Muzik (APM2016) whizzed by this past Friday 30 September 2016 and held for the very first time at the newly-opened MES Theatre @ Mediacorp. On a more personal note, this was one of the more memorable editions for me, no matter what many online commentators might have said about the awards show that night and post-show. I’ll save more of my comments in my review soon, but as usual, I’ll kickstart my annual APM entry series by honouring the best and most popular that night. Congratulations to all the deserving winners of Anugerah Planet Muzik 2016!!!

 

Ayda Jebat

Artis Paling Popular APM / (APM Most Popular Artiste)

Lagu Paling Popular APM / (APM Most Popular Song) – Pencuri Hati

Ikon Media Sosial / (Social Media Icon)

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Sufi Rashid

Artis Singapura Paling Popular / (Most Popular Singapore Artiste)

Lagu Singapura Paling Popular / (Most Popular Singapore Song) – Kisah Dua Muka

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Hanya Namamu – Caliph Buskers

(Composer & Lyricist: Edry Abdul Halim)

Lagu Terbaik (Malaysia) / (Best Malaysian Song)

Lagu Terbaik APM / (Best APM Song)

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Musikimia – Dan Bernyanyilah

(Composers & Lyricists: Fadly, Yoyo, Stephan, Rindra &  Iksan Skuter)

Band Terbaik / (Best Band)

Lagu Terbaik (Indonesia) / (Best Song – Indonesia)

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Rizky Febian – Kesempurnaan Cinta

Artis Baru Terbaik (Lelaki) / (Best Male Artiste)

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Glenn Fredly – Perempuanku

Artis Terbaik (Lelaki) / (Best Male Artiste)

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Raisa – Kali Kedua

Artis Wanita Terbaik / (Best Female Artiste)

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Yuka Kharisma – Hati Berbisik

Artis Baru Terbaik (Wanita) / (Best New Female Artiste)

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Afgan & Raisa – Percayalah

Duo / Kumpulan Terbaik (Best Duo / Group)

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Awi Rafael & Ayai Illusi – Manusia Sempurna

Kolaborasi Terbaik (Artis) / (Best Artiste Collaboration)

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Beautiful – Aziz Harun

Composers: Faizal Tahir, Mike Chan, Omar K & Aziz Harun
Lyricists: Faizal Tahir & Mike Chan

Kolaborasi Terbaik (Lagu) / (Best Song Collaboration)

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Haikal Ali – Bertemu Kembali

Composers: Haramain Osman & Judah Lyne (The Lion Story)

Lyricist: Haramain Osman (The Lion Story)

Lagu Terbaik Singapura / (Best Singapore Song)

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Yuna

Anugerah Rentas Planet / International Breakthrough Artiste

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S. Atan

Anugerah Khas Planet Muzik / (Special Music Planet Award)

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Anugerah Planet Muzik 2015 Roll of Honour

APM 2015 - Media Release

(Graphics poster courtesy of Mediacorp Malay Broadcast Division)

Anugerah Planet Muzik 2015 was, for the third year running, held at Suntec City Convention Centre this past Friday 9 October 2015. The annual music awards show that celebrates the best in the local Malay and regional Nusantara music industry saw 19 awards up for grabs. As usual, I will kickoff my series of APM entries in bits and pieces, beginning with this entry which honours the winners of this year’s edition, the fourteenth since its inception in 2001. So if you would want to view photographs of the event and some of the snapshots I took which might not have been covered by the other media sources, mine will complement theirs. Without further ado, my heartiest congratulations to all the winners of APM2015

Taufik Batisah

Ikon Media Sosial / (Social Media Icon)

Artis Singapura Paling Popular / (Most Popular Singapore Artiste)

Lagu Singapura Paling Popular / (Most Popular Singapore Song) – #Awakkatmane

Lagu Paling Popular APM / (APM Most Popular Song) – #Awakkatmane

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Assalammualaikum – Faizal Tahir

Lagu Terbaik (Malaysia) / (Best Malaysian Song)

Lagu Terbaik APM / (Best APM Song)

(Composers & Lyricists: Omar K, Ezra Kong, Audi Mok, Mike Chan & Faizal Tahir)

faizaltahir(Photo courtesy of budiey.com)

Iman’s League

Band Terbaik / (Best Band)

Lagu Terbaik (Singapura) / (Best Song – Singapore) – Lisa Feat. The Lion Story

(Composers: Haramain Osman, Judah Lyne, Ishyam Lal, Khairul Anhar & Iman; Lyricist: Haramain Osman)

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Kunto Aji – Terlalu Lama Sendiri

Artis Baru Terbaik (Lelaki) / (Best Male Artiste)

Lagu Terbaik (Indonesia) / (Best Indonesian Song) – Terlalu Lama Sendiri

(Composer & Lyricist: Kunto Aji)

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Judika – Apakah Ini Cinta

Artis Terbaik (Lelaki) / (Best Male Artiste)

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Raisa – Jatuh Hati

Artis Wanita Terbaik / (Best Female Artiste)

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Elizabeth Tan – Knock Knock

Artis Baru Terbaik (Wanita) / (Best New Female Artiste)

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Afgan & Dato’ Rossa – Kamu Yang Ku Tunggu

Duo / Kumpulan Terbaik (Best Duo / Group)

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Fatin Shidqia Lubis

Artis Paling Popular APM / (APM Most Popular Artiste)

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Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza & Cakra Khan – Seluruh Cinta

Kolaborasi Terbaik (Artis) / (Best Artiste Collaboration)

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Jangan Coba Berlari – Sezairi, Composer & Lyricist: Tulus

Kolaborasi Terbaik (Lagu) / (Best Song Collaboration)

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Anggun Cipta Sasmi

Anugerah Rentas Planet / International Breakthrough Artiste

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A. Ramlie & The Rhythm Boys

Anugerah Khas Planet Muzik / (Special Music Planet Award)

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Anugerah Planet Muzik 2014 Roll-of-Honour

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(Graphics poster courtesy of Mediacorp Malay Broadcast Division)

Anugerah Planet Muzik 2014 was held at Suntec City Convention Centre this past Friday 17 October 2014. The show that celebrates the best in the local Malay and regional Nusantara music industry saw 19 awards up for grabs. As always I will take some time to edit my photographs (which stood at 4918 when I first uploaded into my personal computer yesterday). I will not blog about the event per se just yet and will just honour the winners in this entry, which will be the start of a series of entries on the recently-concluded annual awards show. So for those of you who want to view photographs and such, do keep coming back these coming weeks as I have plenty of stuff to share in this domain of mine. To all the winners at Anugerah Planet Muzik 2014, my salutations to everyone for being deserving winners all around… 🙂

Taufik Batisah

Ikon Media Sosial / (Social Media Icon)

Artis Singapura Paling Popular / (Most Popular Singapore Artiste)

Lagu Singapura Paling Popular / (Most Popular Singapore Song) – Ikrar Kasih

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Cakra Khan

Lagu Terbaik (Indonesia) / (Best Song – Indonesia) – Setelah Kau Tiada

Lagu Terbaik / (Best Song) – Setelah Kau Tiada

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Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza

Artis Terbaik (Wanita) / (Best Female Artiste)

Lagu Terbaik (Malaysia) / (Best Malaysian Song) – Lebih Indah (Composer: Aubrey Suwito, Lyricist: Ad Samad)

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NOAH – Tak Lagi Sama

Band Terbaik / (Best Band)

Artis Paling Popular Serantau / (Most Popular Regional Artiste)

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Tulus – Jangan Cintai Aku Apa Adanya

Artis Baru Terbaik (Lelaki) / (Best New Male Artiste)

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Fynn Jamal – Arjuna Beta

Artis Baru Terbaik (Wanita) / (Best New Female Artiste)

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(photo courtesy of ERA.FM)

Judika – Mama Papa Larang

Artis Terbaik (Lelaki) / (Best Male Artiste)

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Hafiz Suip & Dato’ Rossa – Salahkah

Duo / Kumpulan Terbaik (Best Duo / Group)

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Sufie Rashid – Tiada Pengganti

Lagu Terbaik (Singapura) / (Best Singapore Song)

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Fatin Shidqia Lubis – Dia Dia Dia

Lagu Serantau Paling Popular / (Most Popular Regional Song)

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(photo courtesy of KapanLagi.com)

Awi Rafael & Altimet – Kalau Aku Kaya

Kolaborasi Terbaik (Artis) / (Best Artiste Collaboration)

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Mimpi – Aisyah Aziz, Composer: Faizal Tahir, Lyricist: Faizal Tahir & Omar K

Kolaborasi Terbaik (Lagu) / (Best Song Collaboration)

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Khareez Kasbullah

Nova Media Baru / (New Media Nova)

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WINGS

Anugerah Khas Planet Muzik / (Special Music Planet Award)

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