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24th Awit Awards

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24th Awit Awards
24th Awit Awards Poster.jpg
Date December 12, 2011
Location Music Museum,
Greenhills, San Juan
Hosted by Billy Crawford
Nikki Gil
Most awards Parokya ni Edgar (4)
Most nominations Jonathan Manalo (8)
Album of the Year Juris, Now Playing by Juris
Song of the Year "Pakiusap Lang (Lasingin Nyo Ako)" by Chito Miranda
Television/radio coverage
Produced by ALV Events International
Directed by Freddie Santos

The 24th Awit Awards were held on December 12, 2011 at the Music Museum located in Greenhills, San Juan. They honored achievements in the Philippine music industry for the year 2010.[1][2]

Jonathan Manalo was able to receive the most number of nominations with eight. Juris and Aiza Seguerra followed with five.

The ceremony was hosted by couple, Billy Crawford & Nikki Gil. Parokya ni Edgar along with Chito Miranda, its lead vocalist, won the most awards with four, including Song of the Year.[3] PARI also gave a plaque of recognition to Ronnie Ricketts, the Optical Media Board chairman, for his campaign against piracy.

Winners and nominees

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

Parokya ni Edgar, Best Group winners
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
  • "This Moment" – Lara Cuevas
    • "Today I'll See the Sun" – Frencheska Farr
    • "Anima Christi" – Liezel Garcia
    • "Kalikasan" – Justine Legaspi
    • "Solo" – Yssa
Best Performance by a New Male Recording Artist Best Performance by a New Group Recording Artists
Best Collaboration

Creativity Awards

Juris, Album of the Year winner
Juris, Album of the Year winner
Chito Miranda, Song of the Year winner
Chito Miranda, Song of the Year winner
Album of the Year Song of the Year
  • "Pakiusap Lang (Lasingin Nyo Ako)"
    Chito Miranda (composer & lyricist)
    • "'Di Lang Ikaw"
    Juris & Aiza Seguerra (composers)
    Juris (lyricist)
    • "Falling in Love"
    Rey Cantong (composer & lyricist)
    • "I'll Be the One"
    Christian Martinez (composer & lyricist)
    • "Kaya Mo"
    Jonathan Manalo (composer & lyricist)
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 R&B Recording
  • "Jejemon" – Blanktape
    • "Shawarma" – Shivaker
  • "Easy Ka Lang" – DJ Myke
Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play

Technical Achievement Awards

Best Musical Arrangement Best Vocal Arrangement
  • "Mahal Kita (Di Mo Pansin)" – Francis Louis Salazar
    • "Easy Ka Lang" – DJ Myke
    • "The Last Time I Felt Like This" – Ferdie Marquez
    • "Last Christmas" – Ito Rapadas
    • "Kung Wala Ka" – Bobby Velasco
Best Engineered Recording Best Album Package
  • "You Don't Know" – Willy Villa
    • "Kung Wala Ka" – Nikki Cunanan
    • "Red Heaven" – Angee Rozul
    • "Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo" – Gerard Salonga
    • "I Believe" – Willy Villa
  • Bryan Begin
    Norman Ramos & Ronnie Tres Reyes (graphic design & album concept)
    Jeanne Young (photography)
    • Handog ni Pidol (A Lifetime of Music and Laughter)
    Willie Monzon (graphic design & album concept)
    Raymund Isaac (photography)
    • KC
    Grace Torres (graphic design)
    Mario Joson (album concept)
    Mark Nicdao (photography)
    • Nina Diamond: Greatest Hits
    Joseph de Vera (graphic design)
    Anne Poblador (album concept)
    Various Artists (photography)
    • Vina Morales: Awit ng Ating Buhay
    Patrick Kevin Cabrera IV (graphic design)
    Patrick Kevin Cabrera IV & Rox Santos (album concept)
    Marlon Pecjo (photography)
Music Video of the Year

Digital Awards

ABS-CBN Interactive's Most Downloaded Song for 2010 ABS-CBN Interactive's Most Downloaded Artist for 2010
  • "Muli" – Freddie Saturno & Vehnee Saturno[A]
EGG's Most Downloaded Song for 2010 EGG's Most Downloaded Artist for 2010
I-Gateway Mobile Philippines Inc.'s Most Downloaded Song for 2010 I-Gateway Mobile Philippines Inc.'s Most Downloaded Artist for 2010


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

Special Awards

International Achievement Award
Recipients Achievements
Artists championing the world of cruise entertainment.
  • Reuben Laurente
Stars in the Singaporean musical series, The Kitchen Musical.
Her albums, I Love Acoustic, I Love Acoustic Too and I Love Acoustic 3 went to platinum and gold statuses in Thailand and Indonesia.
  • Rose Marielle Mamaclay
The 2010 Senior Grand Champion Performer of the World in the World Championships of Performing Arts.
  • Lordenn Panganiban
Panganiban won the gold prize while the song, "Within", won the best song, which she sang in the 11th Asia New Singer Competition in Beijing. It was composed by Vehnee Saturno and written by Popsie Saturno-San Pedro.
  • Vehnee Saturno
  • Popsie Saturno-San Pedro
Won the Musical! Die Show in 2008 in Austria.
Won the Star Factor 2010 in Hong Kong.
Plaque of Recognition Dangal ng Musikang Pilipino Award


This is in order of appearance.[4]

Artist(s) Song(s)
Billy Crawford
Nikki Gil
(6cyclemind cover)
Jammistas Rocketeer
(Far East Movement & Ryan Tedder cover)
That Should Be Me
(Justin Bieber cover)
Who Says
(Selena Gomez & the Scene cover)
Marry Me
(Train cover)
The Lazy Song
(Bruno Mars cover)
Zia Quizon "Ako na Lang"
Gabriel Valenciano "Move"[5]
Robin Nievera
Christian Bautista
"Please Be Careful with My Heart"
(Jose Mari Chan & Regine Velasquez cover)
Isabella Gonzalez
Kuh Ledesma
(Freddie Aguilar cover)
Jay R "Ikaw Lamang"
(Zsa Zsa Padilla cover)
Kris Lawrence "Moments of Love"
Kyla "Mahal Kita (Di Mo Pansin)"
Nyoy Volante
Parokya ni Edgar


  1. ^ "LIST OF WINNERS – The 24th Awit Awards". Philippine Association of the Record Industry. Archived from the original on March 31, 2012. Retrieved January 4, 2013.
  2. ^ "Complete list of 24th AWIT AWARDS Winners (2011)". The Rod Magaru Show. December 14, 2011. Retrieved February 1, 2013.
  3. ^ "Parokya ni Edgar sweeps 24th Awit Awards". The Philippine Star. December 19, 2011. Retrieved February 1, 2013.
  4. ^ "24th AWIT Awards at Music Museum, Manila, Dec. 12, 2011". YouTube. December 12, 2011. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  5. ^ "Gab Valenciano channels Uncle Ramon Faustmann! 24th AWIT Awards Manila". YouTube. December 12, 2011. Retrieved February 1, 2013.

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