List of awards and nominations received by Nina Girado

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Nina awards and nominations

Nina performing at Ayala Center Cebu in 2011.
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Awit Awards
8 29
Aliw Awards
2 14
GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards
1 3
PMPC Star Awards for Music
1 14
MTV Pilipinas Music Awards
1 6
Myx Music Awards
2 7
Philippine Hip-Hop Music Awards
1 2
Totals
Awards won 46
Nominations 116

Nina has received numerous awards and accolades in recognition of her success in the Philippines: 8 Awit Awards, 2 Aliw Awards, 1 PMPC Star Award for Music, 1 GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Award, 2 Myx Music Awards, 1 MTV Pilipinas Music Award and numerous others. Below is a list of all the notable awards she has received:

2003[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
16th Awit Awards[1] Nina (Herself) Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
"2nd Floor" Song of the Year Nominated
Best Produced Record of the Year Nominated
Best R&B Won
Nina (Herself) People's Choice Favorite New Female Artist Won
2003 Candy Rap Awards[1] Favorite Female Artist Won
2003 Magic 89.9[1] OPM Artist of the Year Won
"Jealous" OPM Song of the Year Won
3rd MTV Pilipinas Music Awards[1] Favorite Female Video Nominated
Nina (Herself) Favorite New Artist in a Video Won
"Jealous" Favorite Song Nominated
2003 RX 93.1[1] Nina (Herself) OPM Female Artist of the Year Won
2003 Teens Voice Awards[1] Favorite Female Artist Won

2004[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
17th Aliw Awards Nina (Herself) Best Female Performer in Hotel, Music Lounges and Bars Won
17th Awit Awards[2] "Di Ba" Best R&B Nominated
"Goodnite But Not Goodbye" Best Engineered Recording Won
2004 Center for Pop Music Philippines, Inc.[1] Nina (Herself) Singing Ambassador of Goodwill Won
2004 Mega Magazine One of the Women to Watch in 2004 Won
2004 MTV Philippines[1] Artist of the Month (January 2004) Won
4th MTV Pilipinas Music Awards[3][4] "Loving You" Favorite Female Video Nominated
2004 Philippine Business Excellence Award/Awards and Recognition Association of the Philippines Nina (Herself) No. 1 Female R&B Singer in the Philippines Won
2004 Tinig Awards Top 10 Singers in the Philippines Won
2004 97.1 WLS-FM[1] Artist of the Month (January 2004) Won

2005[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
18th Aliw Awards[5] Pop Ko 'To!
(with Warner artists)
Best Collaboration in a Major Concert Nominated
El Niño, La Niña
(with Nyoy Volante)
Best Collaboration in a Concert Nominated
Nina (Herself) Best Female Performer in Hotel, Music Lounges and Bars Nominated
Most Promising Female Entertainer Nominated
1st ASAP Platinum Circle Nina Live! Platinum Circle Award (5× Platinum) Won
18th Awit Awards[6] Nina (Herself) Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
"Miracle"
(Christian Bautista and Nina)
Best Performance by a Duet Nominated
5th MTV Pilipinas Music Awards[7][8] "I Don't Want to Be Your Friend" Favorite Female Video Nominated
2005 National Consumers Quality Awards Nina (Herself) Best Female Acoustic Artist Won
1st Philippine Hip-Hop Music Awards[9] Female R&B Artist of the Year Nominated

2006[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
19th Aliw Awards[10] Nina Live! The Concert Best Female Major Concert Nominated
Nina (Herself) Best Female Performance in a Concert Nominated
Best Female Performer in Hotel, Music Lounges and Bars Nominated
2nd ASAP 24K Awards Nina 24K Award (Gold) Won
2nd ASAP Platinum Circle Nina Live! Platinum Circle Award (6× Platinum) Won
19th Awit Awards[11] Nina (Herself) Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
"The Closer I Get to You"
(Nina and Thor)
Best Performance by a Duet Won
"Burn"
(Nina and Christian Bautista)
Nominated
Nina Live! Best Selling Album of the Year Won
6th MTV Pilipinas Music Awards[12][13] "I'll Always Love You" Favorite Female Video Nominated
1st MYX Music Awards Nina (Herself) Favorite Artist Nominated
Favorite Female Artist Nominated
"Burn"
(Nina and Christian Bautista)
Favorite Collaboration Won
"Love Moves in Mysterious Ways" Favorite Remake Nominated
2006 RX 93.1 Nina (Herself) OPM Female Artist of the Year Won

2007[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
20th Aliw Awards Nina (Herself) Best Female Performance in a Concert Won
3rd ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards "Someday" Pop Female Performance Nominated
3rd ASAP Platinum Circle Nina Live! Platinum Circle Award (8× Platinum) Won
Nina Platinum Circle Award (Platinum) Won
20th Awit Awards[14] Nina (Herself) Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
"Someday" Song of the Year Nominated
Nina Best Selling Album of the Year Nominated
"Someday" Best Ballad Nominated
"I Need Your Love" Best R&B Nominated
"I Do" Best Engineered Recording Won
Nina (Herself) People's Choice Favorite Female Artist Won
"Someday" People's Choice Favorite Song of the Year Won
2nd MYX Music Awards Nina (Herself) Favorite Female Artist Nominated
"Someday" Favorite Mellow Video Nominated
"I Do" Favorite Urban Video Won
3rd Philippine Hip-Hop Music Awards Nina (Herself) R&B Artist of the Year Won
2007 Shall We Dance?[15] Monthly Champion (November 2007) Won
2007 USTv People's Choice Awards "Someday" Students' Choice of Music Video Won

2008[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
21st Aliw Awards[16] Nina (Herself) Best Female Performance in a Concert Nominated
Best Female Performer in Hotel, Music Lounges and Bars Nominated
4th ASAP 24K Awards[17] Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren 24K Award (Gold) Won
4th ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Pop Song Nominated
4th ASAP Platinum Circle[18] Nina Live! Platinum Circle Award (9× Platinum) Won
Nina Featuring the Hits of Barry Manilow Platinum Circle Award (Platinum) Won
21st Awit Awards[19] "Collide"
(for Xenoa)
Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play Nominated

2009[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
22nd Aliw Awards[20] Nina (Herself) Best Female Performer in Hotel, Music Lounges and Bars Nominated
5th ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards[21] Pop Female Artist Nominated
Renditions of the Soul Pop Album Nominated
5th ASAP Platinum Circle Nina Live! Platinum Circle Award (10× Platinum) Won
The Elite Platinum Circle Award Won
22nd Awit Awards[22] Nina (Herself) Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren Best Selling Album of the Year Nominated
Nina (Herself) People's Choice Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
1st PMPC Star Awards for Music[23] Female Pop Artist of the Year Nominated
Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren Revival Album of the Year Nominated
1st Wave 89.1 Urban Music Awards Nina (Herself) Best Female Soul/R&B Artist Nominated
Renditions of the Soul Best Album Won
"She's Out of My Life" Best Remake Nominated

2010[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
23rd Aliw Awards[24] Sessionistas
(with ASAP Sessionistas)
Best Collaboration in a Major Concert Nominated
Love2Love2Love
(with Side A and Freestyle)
Nominated
6th ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards[25] Renditions of the Soul Pop Album Nominated
41st GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards[26] Nina (Herself) Female Recording Artist of the Year Won
2010 Magpasikat Nina (Herself)
(with G-Force)
Daily Winner (shared with Sitti's group) Won
2nd PMPC Star Awards for Music[27] Nina (Herself) Female Recording Artist of the Year Nominated
Renditions of the Soul Pop Album of the Year Nominated
Nina (Herself) Female Pop Artist of the Year Won
Renditions of the Soul Acoustic Album of the Year Nominated
Nina (Herself) Female Acoustic Artist of the Year Nominated
Renditions of the Soul Revival Album of the Year Nominated
2nd Wave 89.1 Urban Music Awards Nina (Herself) Best Female Soul/R&B Artist Nominated
Renditions of the Soul Best Album Won
Nina (Herself) Special Achievement Award Won

2011[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
24th Awit Awards[28] "Muli"
(Jay R and Nina)
Best Collaboration Nominated
Diamond: Greatest Hits 2002-2010 Best Album Package Nominated
42nd GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards[29] Nina (Herself) Female Concert Performer of the Year Nominated
Female Recording Artist of the Year Nominated
2011 Pattaya International Music Festival Golden Key to the City of Pattaya Won
3rd Wave 89.1 Urban Music Awards[30] Best Female Style Icon Nominated

2012[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
25th Awit Awards[31] "Ikaw na Sana"
(Noel Cabangon and Nina)
Best Collaboration Nominated
Stay Alive Best Album Package Nominated
4th PMPC Star Awards for Music[32] Album of the Year Nominated
Nina (Herself) Female Pop Artist of the Year Nominated
"Dance" Music Video of the Year Nominated
3rd Wave 89.1 Urban Music Awards[33] Nina (Herself) Best Female Style Icon Nominated

2013[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
5th PMPC Star Awards for Music[34][35] All Good Album of the Year Nominated
Nina (Herself) Female Recording Artist of the Year Nominated
Female Pop Artist of the Year Nominated

2014[edit]

Awards
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Nomination(s) Categories Results
27th Awit Awards[36] Nina (Herself) Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Pending

Awit Awards History[edit]

Year Categories Nominations Results
2003
(16th)
Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Produced Record of the Year
  • Bituin Ecalante - "Kung Ako na Lang Sana"
  • Nina - "2nd Floor"
  • Wency Cornejo - "Hanggang"
  • Carol Banawa - "Stay"
  • Jamie Rivera - "Only Selfless Love"
Nominated
Best R&B
  • Nina - "2nd Floor"
  • 17:28 - "All I've Got"
  • Kyla - "This Day"
  • Toy Symphony - "Namimilipit sa Sarap"
  • Tribe of Levi - "Let Me Love You Baby"
Won
People's Choice Favorite New Female Artist
  • Nina - "2nd Floor"
Won
2004
(17th)
Best R&B
  • Artstrong - "Benefit of the Doubt"
  • Kyla - "I Will Find You"
  • Akafellas - "Beside You"
  • Kyla - "Bounce"
  • Nina - "Di Ba"
Nominated
Best Engineered Recording Won
2005
(18th)
Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
Best Performance by a Duet Nominated
2006
(19th)
Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
Best Performance by a Duet Won
Best Selling Album of the Year Won
2007
(20th)
Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist
  • Skarlet - "Skarlet"
  • Lani Misalucha - "I Live for Your Love"
  • Regine Velasquez - "Till I Met You"
  • Nina - "Someday"
  • Barbie Almalbis - "Dahilan"
Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Selling Album of the Year Nominated
Best Ballad
  • Kyla - "Beautiful Days"
  • Hale - "Waltz"
  • Toni Gonzaga - "We Belong"
  • Gary Valenciano - "In Another Lifetime"
  • Nina - "Someday"
Nominated
Best R&B
  • Reuben Laurente & Regine Velasquez - "A Single Soul"
  • Kimberly Dan - "Me, Myself & I"
  • Kris Lawrence - "How Can I"
  • Gary Valenciano - "Sana Bukas"
  • Nina - "I Need Your Love"
Nominated
Best Engineered Recording
  • Kyla - "Doin' Just Fine"
  • Various Artists - "Waray-Waray"
  • Amber - "Manila"
  • Top Suzara - "Sabihin Mo Na"
  • Gary Valenciano - "Wait Forever"
  • Nina - "I Do"
Won
People's Choice Favorite Female Artist
  • Skarlet - "Skarlet"
  • Lani Misalucha - "I Live for Your Love"
  • Regine Velasquez - "Till I Met You"
  • Nina - "Someday"
  • Barbie Almalbis - "Dahilan"
Won
People's Choice Favorite Song of the Year
  • Sandwich - "Sugod"
  • Sugarfree - "Kung Ayaw Mo na sa Akin"
  • Kamikazee - "Narda"
  • Rivermaya - "Isang Bandila"
  • Nina - "Someday"
Won
2008
(21st)
Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play Nominated
2009
(22nd)
Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
Best Selling Album of the Year Nominated
People's Choice Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist
  • Regine Velasquez - "And I Love You So"
  • Charice Pempengco - "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going"
  • Aiza Seguerra - "Open Arms"
  • Nikki Gil - "Gotta Go My Own Way"
  • Nina - "Love Will Lead You Back"
Nominated
2011
(24th)
Best Collaboration
  • Champ Lui Pio featuring Gloc-9 & Noel Cabangon - "Sari Saring Kwento"
  • Aiza Seguerra, Juris, Carol Banawa & Yeng Constantino - "Star ng Pasko"
  • Jay R & Nina - "Muli"
  • Parokya Ni Edgar featuring Happee Sy - "Pangarap Lang Kita"
  • Raffi & Davey - "The Love Song"
Nominated
Best Album Package Nominated
2012
(25th)
Best Collaboration
  • Gloc-9 featuring Sheng Belmonte - "Walang Natira"
  • Bugoy Drilon & Liezel Garcia - "Give Love on Christmas Day"
  • Noel Cabangon & Nina - "Ikaw na Sana"
  • Anton Alvarez & Sarah Geronimo - "Wish"
  • Sitti & Jek Manuel - "Ako'y Sa'yo at Ika'y Akin"
Nominated
Best Album Package Nominated
2014
(27th)
Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist
  • Eurika - "Susi ng Aking Puso"
  • Eurika - "Kumakabog"
  • Janice Javier - "Coming Home"
  • Klarisse De Guzman - "Slowly"
  • Zia Quizon - "Pasakalye"
  • Isabelle de Leon - "1 Week To Move On"
  • Karylle - "Kiss You"
  • Charice - "Anything for You"
  • KZ Tandingan - "Bakit Lumuluha"
  • Aiza Seguerra - "Ano’ng Nangyari Sa Ating Dalawa"
  • Karylle - "Sa'yo na Lang Ako"
  • Regine Velasquez-Alcasid - "Araw, Ulap, Langit"
  • Sheng Belmonte - "Single"
  • Sarah Geronimo - "Ikot-Ikot"
  • Nina - "Sa Isang Tingin"
  • Roselle Nava - "Nagmamakaawa"
Pending

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