27th Awit Awards

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27th Awit Awards
Date December 12, 2014
Location Newport Performing Arts Theater, Resorts World Manila,
Pasay
Hosted by Marion Aunor & Josh Padilla
Highlights
Most awards Gloc-9 (6)
Most nominations Gloc-9 (9)
Album of the Year Liham at Lihim by Gloc-9
Song of the Year "Magda" by Gloc-9
Television/radio coverage
Produced by 360 Degrees International

The 27th Awit Awards were held at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Resorts World Manila, Pasay. They honored the best of Filipino music for the year 2013.

Gloc-9 received the most nominations with nine. He was followed by Thyro Alfaro and Ito Rapadas with seven. Jumbo De Belen and Jonathan Manalo came next receiving six nods.

The awards night was hosted by Marion Aunor and Josh Padilla. Gloc-9 won most of the awards with six.[1][2][3]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold. Nominated producers, composers and lyricists are not included in this list, unless noted. For the full list, please go to their official website.

Performance Awards[edit]

Parokya ni Edgar, Best Group winners
Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Best Performance by a Male Recording Artist
Best Performance by a Group Recording Artists Best Performance by a New Female Recording Artist
  • "If You Ever Change Your Mind" – Marion Aunor
    • "Bubble" – Marielle Castro
    • "Coming Home" – Janice Javier
    • "Pictures" – Kate Torralba
    • "Masdan Mo ang Kapaligiran" – Ferns Tosco
Best Performance by a New Male Recording Artist Best Performance by a New Group Recording Artists
Best Collaboration

Creativity Awards[edit]

Album of the Year Song of the Year
  • "Magda"
    Aristotle Pollisco (composer & lyricist)
    • "Dati"
    Thyro Alfaro & Yumi Lacsamana (composers & lyricists)
    Raymond Abracosa (composer & lyricist)
    • "Pasakalye"
    Jungee Marcelo (composer & lyricist)
    Jumbo De Belen & Thyro Alfaro (composers & lyricists)
Best Selling Album of the Year Best Ballad Recording
Best Rock/Alternative Recording Best World Music Recording
Best Novelty Recording Best Dance Recording
Best Inspirational/Religious Recording Best Christmas Recording
Best Rap Recording Best Jazz Recording
Best R&B Recording Best Regional Recording
Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play

Technical Achievement Awards[edit]

Best Musical Arrangement Best Vocal Arrangement
  • "Hele ni Inay" – Homer Flores
    • "Dati" – Thyro Alfaro & Jumbo De Belen
    • "Do, Do, Do" – Elmer Blancaflor, Vehnee Saturno & Marion Aunor
    • "Sa 'Yo Na Lang Ako" – Arnold Buena
    • "1 Week To Move On" – Albert Tamayo
  • "Darating Din" – Yosha Honasan
Best Engineered Recording Best Album Package
  • "Never Will I Forget" – Eric Perlas & Macoy Manuel
    • "Makita Kang Muli" – Dante Taňedo
    • "Un-Love You" – Dante Taňedo
    • "Hele ni Inay" – Willy Villa
    • "Sometimes That Happens" – Willy Villa
  • Hulog Ka ng Langit
    Jay Saturnino Lumboy & Anne Kate Piñero (graphic design)
    Jay Saturnino Lumboy (album concept)
    Mark Nicdao (photography)
    • Fat Salt and Flame
    Inksurge (graphic design & album concept)
    RA Rivera, Dareen Baylon & Inksurge (photography)
    Andrew Castillo (graphic design & album concept)
    BJ Pascual (photography)
    • SOS
    Miguel Lugtu (graphic design)
    Miguel Lugtu & Solenn Heussaff (album concept)
    BJ Pascual (photography)
    • Vice Ganda
    Andrew Castillo (graphic design & album concept)
    Jun de Leon, Tim de Leon & Miguel de Leon (photography)
Music Video of the Year

Digital Awards[edit]

EGG's AllHits.ph Most Downloaded Song for 2013 EGG's AllHits.ph Most Downloaded Artist for 2013
I-Gateway Mobile Philippines Inc.'s Most Downloaded Song for 2013 I-Gateway Mobile Philippines Inc.'s Most Downloaded Artist for 2013
  • "Chinito" – Jed Dumawal[A]
MyMusicStore's Most Downloaded Song for 2013 MyMusicStore's Most Downloaded Artist for 2013

Note:

^[A] The awards were given specifically to the composers, instead of the recording artists/groups.

Special Award[edit]

Dangal ng Musikang Pilipino Award

References[edit]

External links[edit]