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Origin Jakarta, Indonesia
Genres Pop, Pop Rock, Rock, Emo
Years active 2003-present
Labels Musica Studios
Members Rian Ekky Pradipta
Dwiki Aditya Marsall
Rayyi Kurniawan Iskandar Dinata
Nurul Damar Ramadhan
Wahyu Piadji

D'Masiv is an Indonesian musical group which based in Jakarta. Five members, namely Rian Ekky Pradipta (vocals), Dwiki Aditya Marsall (guitarist), Nurul Damar Ramadan (guitarist), Rayyi Kurniawan Iskandar Dinata (bass), and Wahyu Piadji (drums). D'Masiv's name later aligned with the bands "top" of Indonesia such as Ungu, Nidji, or Peterpan (now known as Noah) because of the popularity of their songs.


D'Masiv was formed on March 3, 2003. D'Masiv's name is derived from the English language, "massive" as a hope to be able to achieve the best possible results in the national music scene. Their names began to soar after winning the competition music A Mild Live Wanted in 2007. D'Masiv released their first album titled Perubahan in 2008 with the song "Cinta Ini Membunuhku" as its flagship song. The song was so popular that more and toss their name in the national music scene. At the end of 2008, d'Masiv makes containers for his fans association with the names Masiver.[1]

In November 2009, d'Masiv released the new EP which contains two songs titled "Minta Ampun Aku" and "Jangan Menyerah". According to Rian, vocalist for d'Masiv, making mini-albums released this very brief and to welcome the month Ramadan which falls in mid-August 2009.[2]



  • Jangan Menyerah (2009)
  • Mohon Ampun Aku (2009)
  • Rindu 1/2 Mati (2010)
  • Sudahi Perih Ini (2010)
  • Apa Salah (2010)
  • Semakin (2010)
  • Jangan Pergi (2011)
  • Beri Kami Yang Terbaik (2011)
  • Damai (2011)
  • Natural (2012)
  • Pergilah Kasih (2012)
  • Aku Kehilanganmu (2012)
  • Nyaman (2013)
  • Salah Paham (2013)
  • Esok Kan Bahagia (feat. Momo,Giring,Ariel) (2014)
  • Cahaya Hati (2014)
  • Batu (2014)
  • PD (2015)
  • Kau Yang Ku Sayang (2015)
  • Di Bawah Langit Yang Sama (2016)
  • Tala'al Badru (with Raef) (2016)

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  1. ^ Profil d'Masiv di KapanLagi KapanLagi. Retrieved July 31, 2009.
  2. ^ d'Masiv Luncurkan Mini Album Jelang Ramadhan Okezone. Retrieved July 31, 2009.

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