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Anugerah Musik Indonesia

Anugerah Musik Indonesia
Anugerah Musik Indonesia logo
Awarded forOutstanding achievement in the Indonesian music industry
Sponsored bySharp (2000–2003)
Samsung (2004)
Presented byAnugerah Musik Indonesia's board of directors
First awarded1997
Television/radio coverage
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RCTI (2000–2022)
SCTV (2003)
TPI (2006)
Global TV (2006)
TVRI (2006)
Indonesiana TV (2023)

The Anugerah Musik Indonesia (lit. 'Indonesian Music Awards'), also known as AMI or colloquially AMI Awards, is an annual Indonesian music award ceremony to recognize outstanding achievements in improving the quality and quantity of artists in the mainly Indonesian-language music industry. It has been compared to the American Grammy Awards and British Brit Awards. It provides recognition of the music industry similar to other entertainment ceremonies, such as the Indonesian Television Awards, Festival Film Indonesia, or the Indonesian Movie Actors Awards.


The awards were formalized as the Indonesian Music Awards in 1997 as a joint project between ASIRI (Recording Industry Association of Indonesia), PAPPRI (Singers, Songwriters, and Music Record Producers Association of Indonesia), and KCI (Copyright Office of Indonesia).[1]


Each of the three founding organizations originally contributed one board member, under the direction of Indonesian country singer Tantowi Yahya. Under this board was another, less powerful board. Afterward, further divisions were added based on specialization, including Marketing, Communication, and Membership.[1] In 2016, Indonesian jazz musician Dwiki Dharmawan replaced Yahya as chairman.[2]

Award categories

The Anugerah Musik Indonesia awards are issued in several categories, each of which isolates a specific contribution to music. Anugerah Musik Indonesia (AMI) categories have been added and removed over time.[3] The 2010 awards had 35 categories,[1] while the 2011 awards had 46.[3] The categories increased to 49 in 2017.[4]

The general awards include several awards not restricted by musical genre:

  • "Best of the Best Newcomer" is awarded to a promising breakthrough performer.
  • "Best of the Best Album" is awarded to the performer and the production team of a full album.
  • "Best of the Best Production Work" is awarded to the writer(s)/composer(s) of a song and also the performer.

Other awards are given to performances and productions in different musical genres, as well as for other contributions such as artwork. The Anugerah Musik Indonesia also presents special awards given for longer-lasting contributions to the Indonesian music industry, such as the AMI Legend Award and Lifetime Achievement Award (which is not presented every year).[5]

List of categories

As of 2018[4]

  • Best Album
  • Best Production Work
  • Best Newcomer
  • Best Pop Female Solo Artist
  • Best Pop Male Solo Artist
  • Best Pop Duo/Group/Vocal Group/Collaboration
  • Best Pop Songwriting
  • Best Pop Production
  • Best Pop Album
  • Best Rock Female/Male/Instrumental Solo Artist
  • Best Rock Duo/Group/Vocal/Collaboration
  • Best Rock Album
  • Best Jazz Vocal Artist
  • Best Jazz Instrumental Artist
  • Best Jazz Album
  • Best Male/Female Solo Artist
  • Best R&B Duo/Group/Vocal/Collaboration
  • Best Dangdut Male/Female Solo Artist
  • Best Contemporary Dangdut Male/Female Solo Artist
  • Best Dangdut Duo/Group/Dangdut/Dangdut Collaboration
  • Best Dangdut Songwriting
  • Best Dangdut Production
Children's music
  • Best Children's Music Male/Female Solo Artist
  • Best Children's Music Duo/Group/Vocal/Collaboration
  • Best Children's Music Songwriting
  • Best Children's Music Production
Production work
  • Best Keroncong/Contemporary Keroncong/Langgam/Stambul Production Work
  • Best Alternative Production Work
  • Best Metal/Hardcore Production Work
  • Best Rap/Hip-hop Production Work
  • Best Reggae/Ska/Rocksteady Production Work
  • Best Collaborative Production Work
  • Best Original Soundtrack Production Work
  • Best Vocal Group Production Work
  • Best Regional Language Song Production Work
  • Best Islamic Music Production Work
  • Best Christian Music Production Work
  • Best Instrumental Production Work
  • Best Dance Production Work
  • Best Electronica Production Work
  • Best Progressive Production Work
  • Best Folk/Country/Ballad Production Work
  • Best Urban Production Work
  • Best World Music Production Work
  • Best Production Arrangement Work
  • Best Production Support Work
  • Best Graphic Album Design
  • Best Production Team

List of ceremonies


The Beat describes the AMIs as "The Grammys a la Indonesia".[1]

See also


  1. ^ a b c d "13 Tahun Anugerah Musik Indonesia" (in Indonesian). The Beat Magazine. 2010. Retrieved 21 October 2011.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ Karibo, Anto (26 May 2016). "Dwiki Dharmawan Gantikan Tantowi Yahya Jadi Ketua AMI Awards" (in Indonesian). Tabloid Bintang. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  3. ^ a b Hernowo, Anggie (15 June 2011). "Anugerah Musik Indonesia (AMI) 2011 Siapkan 46 Penghargaan" (in Indonesian). Tabloid Bintang. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  4. ^ a b "Daftar Lengkap Nominasi AMI Awards 2018" [Complete list of the 2018 AMI Awards Nominations] (in Indonesian). CNN Indonesia. 30 August 2018. Retrieved 31 October 2019.
  5. ^ "Anggun C Sasmi, Artis Internasional Terbaik AMI AWARD 2006" (in Indonesian). Kapanlagi. 21 December 2006. Retrieved 15 October 2017.

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