Anugerah Planet Muzik

Malay and Indonesian music award ceremony
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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). The event was first held in 2001 and has been held every year (except in 2010). 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.
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