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Anugerah Industri Muzik

Anugerah Industri Muzik
Music Industry Award
Awarded for Outstanding achievements in the Malaysian music industry
Country  Malaysia
First awarded 1993
Television/Radio coverage
Network RTM
Media Prima

Anugerah Industri Muzik (Malay: Music Industry Award), commonly known by the acronym AIM, is the award ceremony to honour the Malaysian music industry, first held in 1993. It is Malaysia's equivalent of the Grammy awards.[1][2] The award is not only focused on Malay music, but it also focus on Malaysian English, Chinese and Indian music. Separate awards are introduced for Chinese and Indian music, in 1999 and 2013 respectively. The broadcaster of the award has been changed several times, varying between RTM, Media Prima and Astro.


  • Categories 1
  • Past winners 2
    • Best Album 2.1
    • Best Song 2.2
    • Kembara Awards 2.3
  • Controversy 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5


Afdlin Shauki hosting Anugerah Industri Muzik in 2009

Some categories may have been replaced and/or removed. In the first award in 1993, there are only ten categories. After the first award, Best New Artist (Solo) was split into male and female categories, until 1999. There is also a Best New Artist (Group) category until 1999. Genre-specific best albums are introduced in 1995 and was abolished in 2010 due to declining number of albums released. The focus on Best Vocal Performance was changed from single to album in 2009. Best Indonesian Album category was introduced in 1997, and was replaced by Best Malay Song Performed by a Foreign Artist in 2008.

The current awards presented in Anugerah Industri Muzik are:[3]

Main awards:

  • Album of the Year
  • Song of the Year

Performance awards:

  • Best New Artiste
  • Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Male)
  • Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Female)
  • Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Group)
  • Best Duo/Collaboration Vocal Performance in a Song

Technical achievements awards:

  • Best Album Cover
  • Best Engineered Album
  • Best Music Video
  • Best Musical Arrangement in a Song

Best songs according to genres

  • Best Pop Song
  • Best Rock Song
  • Best Hip Hop Song
  • Best Ethnic Pop Song
  • Best Nasyid (Religious) Song
  • Best Local English Song
  • Best Malay Song Performed by a Foreign Artiste

Special awards

  • Sri Wirama Award (for outstanding contribution to the Malaysian music industry)
  • Kembara Award (for a Malaysian Artiste responsible for promoting Malaysian compositions outside the country)

Past winners

Best Album

Year Album Artist Producer(s)
1994 Dekat Padamu Ning Baizura J.P Abdullah
1995 Gamal Zainal Abidin Roslan Aziz
1996 Unplugged - Gema Di Timur Jauh Search Search
1997 Ooh! La! La! KRU KRU
1998 Puji-Pujian Raihan Farihin Abd. Fattah & Nasser Abd Kassim
1999 Adiwarna Siti Nurhaliza
2000 Seri Balas Noraniza Idris & Siti Nurhaliza Pak Ngah
2001 Iqrar 1421 Rabbani Permata Audio Production (M) Sdn. Bhd.
2002 Phoenix Bangkit M. Nasir M. Nasir
2003 Sarah Siti Sarah Aalva Jitab, Aidit Alfian, Ajai, Along Exists, Azmeer, Belle, Edry Hashim, Helen Yap
2004 E.M.A.S Siti Nurhaliza Ajai, Aidit Alfian, Aubrey Suwito, Azmeer, Helen Yap, Julfekar, Wong, Zulkefli Majid, Zuriani
2005 Nazraku Spider Spider
2006 Gemilang Jaclyn Victor Aidit Alfian, Ajai, Azlan Abu Hassan, Edry Hashim, Jenny Chin, Mohariz Yaakup, Ramli M.S., Aubrey Suwito, Sunil Kumar, Michael Simon, Ahmad Izham
2007 Transkripsi Siti Nurhaliza Siti Nurhaliza, Aubrey Suwito, Jenny Chin, Mac Chew, Yasin, Cat Farish, Firdaus Mahmud, Damian VE
2008 Aku.Muzik.Kamu Faizal Tahir Ahmad Izham Omar, Faizal Tahir
2009 Lentera Timur Siti Nurhaliza Siti Nurhaliza, Adnan Abu Hassan, Aubrey Suwito, Fauzi Marzuki, Johan Nawawi, Johari Teh, M. Nasir, S. Atan, Zul Mahat
2010 Adrenalin[4] Faizal Tahir Faizal Tahir, Audi Mok, Ahmad Izham Omar
2010/2011 MPO Celebrates 25 Years of Sheila Majid Sheila Majid
2011/2012 SalaMusik Salam
2012/2013 Luahan Hati Anak Seni Hafiz
2013/2014 Fragmen Siti Nurhaliza Aubrey Suwito, Faizal Tahir, Mujahid, Mike Chan, Ade Govinda, Siti Nurhaliza

Best Song

Year Song Artist(s) Composer Songwriter(s)
1994 Satu S.M. Salim & Zainal Abidin Roslan Aziz Nizam & Zainal Abidin
1995 Mentera Semerah Padi M. Nasir M. Nasir Nurbisa
1996 Jentayu Johan Nawawi, Nora & Sheila Majid Johan Nawawi Usman Awang
1997 Jerat Percintaan Siti Nurhaliza Adnan Hj. Hassan Osman Hj. Zainuddin, Hani MJ
1998 Selamanya Innuendo Azlan Abu Hassan Rizal Kamaruzzaman/Cahaya Pena/Azlan Abu Hassan
1999 Aku Cinta Aku Rindu Ajai & Nurul Ajai Ajai & Nurul
2000 Ku Mohon Sheila Majid Mac Chew Sheila Majid
2001 Menyemai Cinta Bersamamu Nora Azlan Abu Hassan Ucu (Ishak Ahmad)
2002 Seandainya Masih Ada Cinta Dayang Nurfaizah Ajai Syed ENV
2003 Keabadian Cinta Anuar Zain Azlan Abu Hassan Azalea
2004 Selagi Ada Cinta Ning Baizura Ajai Nurul
2005 Awan Yang Terpilu Ning Baizura Lin Li Zhen Loloq
2006 Warkah Buat Laila Zahid Ayub Ibrahim Habsah Hassan
2007 Juwita...Citra Terindah M. Nasir M. Nasir M. Nasir
2008 Izinku Pergi Kaer Azami Azlan Abu Hassan Sulu Sarawak
2009 Nafas Cahaya Misha Omar M.Nasir Loloq
2010 Dan Sebenarnya[5] Yuna Yuna Yuna
2010/2011 Sedetik Lebih Anuar Zain Edry Abdul Halim Edry Abdul Halim
2011/2012 Patah Seribu Shila Amzah Shila Amzah Shila Amzah
2012/2013 Lelaki Yuna Yuna Yuna
2013/2014 No More SonaOne SonaOne SonaOne

Kembara Awards

Year Artist(s)
1996 Sheila Majid
1997 Slam
1998 Raihan
1999 KRU
2000 Siti Nurhaliza
2001 Raihan
2004 Siti Nurhaliza
2005 Siti Nurhaliza
2006 Raihan
2008 Pop Shuvit
2010 Bunkface
2011 Yuna
2012 Mizz Nina
2013 Shila Amzah


In 2011, the Best Song was given to Penakut, a song self-composed by Yuna. However, the winner of the Best Song was later given instead to Sedetik Lebih by Anuar Zain.[6]

See also


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  2. ^ Suraya al-Attas (13 December 1993). "Countdown to local Grammys". New Straits Times (New Straits Times Press). p. 27. Retrieved 1 January 2012. 
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