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Winners of 13th Annual Hits FM Music Award 2066/2009
13th Hits FM Music Award 2066 was held on Dec 18th in Kathmandu, Nepal.  Lifetime Achievement award was given to Dr. Ram Man Trishit for his contribution to Nepali music as a lyricist.  Tribute was paid to Late Ram Thapa.  Adrian Pradhan, Jagdish Samal, Ram Krishna Dhakal, Shiva Pariyar, Anand Karki were some of the performers of the evening.  Congratulations to everyone.


  • Best New Artist
  • Best Rock Vocal Performance


  • Best Rock Composition
    • Prashna - Lochan Rijal
  • Best Pop Composition
    • Pal Pal - Ram Sitoula
  • Best Composition
    • Na Birse Timilai - Mahesh Khadka
  • Best Arrangement (New Category)
    • Fanindra Rai – Aao Yadharu

  • Best Song Originally Recorded for a Motion Picture Soundtrack
    • Satya/Swaroop Raj Acharya – Shayad

  • Best Vocal Collaboration
    • Manila Sotang / Uday Sotang – Timilai Dekhe Pachhi

  • Best Performance by a Group or Duo with Vocal
  • Folk Record of The Year
    • Krishna Devkota, Khuman Adhikari, Devi Gharti – Nautunako Rail

  • Folk Album of The Year
    • Chakra Bhusan Rai – Gudi Jane Rail

  • Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    • Shreya Sotang -Phoolma Patma

  • Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    • Dipesh Kishor Bhattarai – Garnuchha Ramailo
  • Best Female Vocal Performance
  • Best Male Vocal Performance
    • Jagdish Samal – Aao Yadharu
  • Best Pop/Rock Album
    • Ram Krishna Dhakal – Mero Sathi


  • Song Of The Year
    • Madhav Prasad Ghimire – Yo Chhayan Chhavi

  • Album Of The Year
    • Sailesh Singh - Sandhi
  • Record Of The Year
    • Anju Panta – Na Birsen Timilai

Winners of 11th Annual Tuborg Image Award 2066
11th Annual Tuborg Image Award 2066 was held on Sept 12th in Kathmandu, Nepal.  Awards were given in 22 categories.  Lyricist Ratna Samsher Thapa, and Legendar Folk singer Kumar Basnet were honored with Life Time Achievement Award where as Apa Sherpa was honored with National Personality of The Year.  Gurudev Kamath, Chandra Kumar Moktan and Ram Krishna were also honored for their contribution in music in Maithili, Tamang and Nepal Bhasa.

Click here to see pictures and videos including performances by Adrian Pradhan, Cobweb, Kunti Moktan, and Rajesh Payal Rai


Winners & Nominations in  various categories
  • Best New Artist
    • Shreya Sotang
  • Best Music Video
    • Lajko Lali - Alok Shree/Music Nepal

  • Best Music Composition
    • Mero Pyaro - Nhyoo Bajracharya
  • Best Film song/soundtrack
    • Sagar Sari - (Motion Picture : Silsila )- Basant Sapkota


  • Best Performance by a Group or Duo with Vocal
    • Thaki Saken - The Vibez (The Vibez Generation/Reeyaz Music)
  • Folk Song of The Year
    • Balla Bhet Bho - Rajesh Payal Rai (Jadau2/SAV)


  • Best Vocal Performance (Male)
    • Dherai Choti Mare - Shiva Pariyar
  • Best Vocal Performance (Female)
    • Na Birse Timilai - Anju Pant
  • Best Song Of The Year
    • School Pathashala - Sugam Pokharel
  • Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    • Mero Pyaro - Ciney Gurung (Reflection of Love)
  • Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    • Timro Deshaima - Sanoop Paudel
  • Best Vocal Performance Rock
    • Adrian Pradhan (Aakashaiko)
  • Best Dohori Song
    • Lalupate Nugyo - Raju Pariyar,Bishnu Majhi
  • Album Of The Year
    • Reflection of Love - Basanta Chaudari (Music.com)
  • Best Music Arrangement
    • Lajko Lali - Maharaj Thapa
  • Best song with National Feeling
    • Yaha Deshko Chha Chinta - Krishnahari Baral, Suresh Gaire and Deepak Limbu
  • Best Lyrics Of The Year
    • Timi Lai Jaba - Basanta Chaudari (Music.com)
  • Best Music Video Director
    • Dherai Choti - Prasanna Paduel
  • Best Music Video Camera person
    • Gunras Phoolda - Purusottam Pradhan
  • Best Music Video Editor
    • Mero Pyaro - Prakash Tuladhar
  • Best Music Video Special Effect
    • Ekchin Baralinda - Bharat Regmi
  • Best Song Recording Of The Year
    • Lajko Lali - Krishna Maharjan (Music Nepal)

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Official Opening of Gazals at Kantipur Tandoori restaurant, Singapore.


Dikesh Prajapati
Singapore, August 10 -
Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant
today celebrated the grand opening of the Live Nepali and Hindi Gazals cum music with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The event was chaired by Mr. Amar Pradhan Chitrakar, President of NRN Singapore and Nepalese Society of Singapore along Bishow Giri the proprietor of Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant. Together they both amidst the ceremony by lighting the traditional panas. Mr. Chitrakar cut the ribbon to officially lead the Singers and Musicians to the stage.

The opening ceremony was followed by Live music from our popular singer Anand Karki and group. Singer Karki, Aarti Adhikari and Jai Sribastab entertained the crowd with various new and old Nepali and Hindi songs. Around a hundred of Nepalese expatriates/families in Singpore were specialy invited to celebrate this auspicious occasion along with buffet lunch.

Anand Karki, one of the top singers of South Asia, is performing here at Kantipur Tandoori Restaurant daily from 7:30pm till mid-night. He is accompanied by star singer Aarti Adhikari, musicians Bhim Adhikari and Jai Sribastab.

Veteran Nepali Modern Singer Karki, who has been awarded with several honours including SA-RE-GA-MA Champion 1998, PRABAL GORKHA DAKSHIN BAHU, CHHINNALATA AWARD for vocal, several KOLLYWOOD AWARDS for best playback singing, HIS MAJESTY'S GADDI AAROHAN SILVER MEDAL, BIRENDRA AISHWORYA PADAK etc is now living in Singapore from past few weeks.

For more details please visit  http://www.nepalsingapore.com



After Years of delay, Nepal’s one of the most popular and versatile female Vocalist Sarishma Amatya is going to launch her most awaited and anticipated album "MADHURIMA 2"on 6th of July 2008.[Grand Finale Concert] in 26TH ANA CONVENTION, organized by Association of Nepalis in the Americas and host by Baltimore American Nepalese Association

The Album will be lunch by Nepali music legends, Kumar Basnet, Prem Raja Mahat and the great Comedian Raja Ram Paudel.

It is a labor of adore and has taken few years to come together. Like our heartbeat, the rhythm of music gives the beat and pulse the timing. Life is all about timing. The words on the album say a lot about how Sarishma feels. After taking a long break from the music industry because of her busy schedules with her personal life and her family, she is back and she still has the same musical spirit and says that she is not off yet. She strongly believes that she is all in music because of her deep interest in it, her prayers, wishes of her fans followers and along with love and support of her husband, Famous singer Sanjeev pradhan.

Music was given by the famous musician Jems Pradhan, Deepak Bajracharya, Anil Shahi, Sachin Singh, Dipesh Mulmi and Sanjeev Pradhan and all the songs are heart touching lyrics was written by Dhanendra Bimal, Sanjeep Pradhan, Dipesh Mulmi, Dhurba Ratna Tuladhar, Deepak Bajracharya and Janak Deep. The album was recorded at sound works, Panel, Royal Tone. At the meantime, she is busy in preparing for the ANA grand finale concert with other famous Nepali Singers and musicians.


The Vibez' Finally Launching

San Francisco based Nepalese pop rock band, The Vibez, recently announced that they are launching their album, The Vibez Generation through Reeyaz Music Company on Shrawan 2, 2065 (July 17, 2008). The album consists 8 songs of different genres from techno to adhunik and from soft rock to hard rock.

The Vibez is a well established band in the US and has toured many cities in the year 2006 and 2007. The Vibez had been working on the album since 2005.

Direk Shrestha, (percussionist, drummer and guitarist) is currently in Kathmandu to release the album. He says, "The eight songs in the album are like eight actors. You might have a favorite one but you are going to love most of them. The songs in the album were filtered from 18 songs and have been well polished."

The Vibez are Direk Shrestha, Prayeen Singh (Vocals/Arranger) and Rupak Lama (Lead Guitar).

Manose Singh (flutist) from 1974 AD and Deependra Rai (Lead Guitar) from Full Circle have also played in the album.

After the launch of the album, Direk Shrestha will be touring with Sudip Tamrakar (The Uglyz) and Rockin Shrestha (The Uglyz) to promote the album.

To learn more about the The Vibez, its members and activities, you can visit www.thevibezmusic.com


1974AD Unplugged at Patan Museum..March 22nd, 2008
Press Release
1974AD Unplugged at Patan Museum
1994 to 2008: 14 years of music
Hear the songs and the stories live and direct

A band is like a family, they share good times and bad, rejoice in each other successes and support each other through the struggles.

1974AD was formed in 1994 and in 14 years the band has gone through a lot. There are stories behind the songs, and stories between the songs. The band would like to share these with their audience and their fans at a special concert to be held at Patan Museum on Saturday 22nd March 2008.

After a long time, all of the band members are in Kathmandu. Sanjay Shrestha has return from 1 year in Australia, where he studied drums and toured with his band Stupa, playing festivals and various other concerts.

Manose Singh has been touring the world, with back-to-back concerts with Deva Premal. He is in back in Nepal after 2 years for March only.

“The energy between the band when we are all together is magical. We wanted to do a concert to share this inspiration with our fans. We have reinterpreted some of our old favourites and will be focusing on the ballads took us where we are today.” Sanjay Shrestha, Percussionist

The band will be performing acoustic numbers unplugged. It will be a more intimate setting that they have played previously. This concert will be one of a kind. The band has never performed to such a small audience before.

“Performing to a small audience in an intimate setting is very different to playing the stadium to 10s of thousands of fans. Patan will allow us to share more of ourselves with our audience. We want to get up close and personal. Please come and enjoy.” Nirakar Yakthumba, Bassist.

Tickets are Rs.500/- and are available at Moksh, Himalayan Java, Bakery Cafe, Jai Nepal and Kumari Cinemas or phone 9841320007. The event is supported by Cosmic Motorcycles



The Vibez’ Honored..Jan 21st, 2008

Motherland Nepal, a nonprofit organization based in the U.S., honored the popular Nepalese band The Vibez on Martin Luther King Day, January 21, 2008, at the Mount Everest Restaurant in Berkeley, California.

The Vibez is probably the most active and popular U.S.-based pop-rock band today. The Vibez was the only band selected to perform live at the 2007 ANA Convention, the largest Nepalese convention in the U.S.  The group has also been featured on Nepalisite.com as upcoming artist of the month in 2007 ( http://www.nepalisite.com ).

The Vibez was formed in 2005 by three young Nepalese students in America. Although the three have surprisingly different musical tastes and backgrounds, their compositions are finding wide appeal in the Nepalese community and beyond.

The Vibez are Direk Shrestha (percussion and guitar, and the band’s business and logistics manager), Prayeen Singh (lead vocal and The Vibez’ main composer/arranger), and Rupak Lama (lead guitar).

The Vibez has been entertaining Nepalese crowds in Northern California for over two years with their original numbers and their versions of classic Nepali songs. Whenever there is a cultural program or get-together in the Bay Area, The Vibez is invited to perform.

Mr. Anil Pandey, president of Motherland Nepal, said “As Martin Luther King, Jr. worked for social causes for African Americans, The Vibez has been actively supporting and contributing to Nepalese culture and music. The Vibez worked tirelessly with various Nepalese associations in the Bay Area to raise funds for flood victims last year. This is why we are honoring The Vibez on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in The States.”

The Vibez’ first album will be released on Nepali New Year 2065. Prayeen declares that each song has been composed and paid attention in detail as if it were the main song of the album. Rupak promises that the album will be one in which you will not want to skip songs.

Direk adds, “Online media have been very supportive and have been covering all our news and events. We hope print media, radio, and television will support us as well when we release our album in Nepal.”

Motherland Nepal was established in February 2005 in California. The association has organized successful programs such as Nabin Bhattarai’s concert and MaHa’s show in Northern California. The association has donated funds to charity organizations in Nepal to protect human rights and establish peace and democracy in Nepal.

11th Closeup Hits FM Music Award 2064 ended successfully.  Karma Bomzom bagged the most awards in various categories followed by 1974AD. 

Please keep visiting as we will be bringing video interviews and pictures shortly.  The show was also broadcasted live on Nepalisite.com

  • Best New Artist
  • Best Song in a Foreign Language
    • Wild flower - Atharva
    • Runaway - Arya Saurav
    • Imagine rainbow in Kathmandu - Mukut
    • Loneliness dies - Puja Rai
    • In my head/ In my heart - Robin N the new Revolution--Winner
  • Best Music Video
    • Alok Nembang - Ankha bhari ashu kina --Winner
    • Amrit - Eeuta Chiti
    • Arun Pradhan - Suna hai saathi
    • Imna - Timilai
    • Rakesh Kayestha - Prathana

  • Best Rock Composition
    • Swargadapi Gariyashi - 1974 AD--Winner
    • Timro sindur - Firoz Syangden
    • Bir gorkhali - Karma Bamjan
    • Kasto rahecha bato - Lochan Rijal
    • Ke chahanchau - Udesh Shrestha
  • Best Pop Composition
    • Aankha Judhaera - Deepesh Kishore Bhattarai
    • China jana bhaya pachhi - Karma Bomzan --Winner
    • Ayei ayei ayei - Nabin K Bhattarai
    • Khaas ta kehi chhaina - Pramod Nirwan
    • Timi sundar - Varat Sitaula

  • Best Composition
    • China jana bhaya pachhi - Karma Bomzan --Winner
    • Dekhchu feri - Shakti Ballav
    • Khas ta kehi chaina - Pramod Nirwan
    • Salala - Milan Moktan
    • Ke chahanchau - Udesh Shrestha

  • Best Arrangement (New Category)
    • 1974 AD - Swargadapi Gariyashi
    • Manohar Sunam - Dekhchu feri
    • Fanindra Rai - Khaas ta kehi chhaina -- Winner
    • Fanindra Rai - Salala
    • Sanjay Shrestha - Nashalu

  • Best Song Originally Recorded for a Motion Picture Soundtrack
    • Bharosa - Chaubandi ma - Suresh Adhikari
    • Bintipatra - Mayaluko Deshma - Rameshwore Burlakoti
    • Himmat - Mero Kalpana - Mahesh Khadka --Winner
    • Nepal - Maya ko mitho tirsana - Shambhujet Baskota
    • Takdir - Mai mori lai - Mahesh Khadka

  • Best Vocal Collaboration
    • Raju Lama and Yogita Yonzon - Ustai Ustai
    • Ram Krishna Dhakal and Sapna Shree - Ujyalai Ujyalo
    • Ram Krishna Dhakal and Sneha Pant - Maya garne ko
    • Satya and Swaroop Raj Acharya - Nashalu
    • Uday and Manila Sotang - Mathi Mathi lekaima --Winner

  • Best Performance by a Group or Duo with Vocal
  • Folk Record of The Year
    • Murali bajyo tiriri - Prem Moktan
    • Daiko Sali - Hari Lamsal and Sindhu Malla
    • Ram saili - Mahesh Budhathoki and Satya Kala Rai
    • Selo Juhari - Megh Dong, Prem Moktan, Indira Lama and Sashikala Moktan
    • Paisa jhare maruni - Naveen Khadka, Pushtka Khaka, Balaram Samal, Manju Samwahamphe --Winner

  • Folk Album of The Year
    • Hyangla Selo Juhari - Indira Lama, Shashikala Moktan, Prem Moktan and Megh Dong --Winner
    • Reshunga ko shir - Bishnu Majhi, Mantri Kaushal, Narayan B. P. Pariyar and Raju Pariyar
    • Gurasghari Bann - Ram Bahadur Nepal and Mandavi Tripati
    • Pardesi katha - Bhagwan Bhandari
    • Ghamai Chayale - Raj Rai

  • Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    • Juna Prasai - Aauthyau timi
    • Parvati Rai - Mero deuta -- Winner
    • Pooja Rai - Ayo koi
    • Prashna Shakya - Hawa jastai
    • Reshma Sunuwar - Kya mitho

  • Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    • Deepesh Kishore Bhattarai - Ankha Judhaera -- Winner
    • Nabin K Bhattarai - Ai yai yai yai
    • Rajesh Payal Rai - Khass ta kehi chaina
    • Udesh Shrestha - Ke chahanchau
    • Varat Sitaula - Timi sundar
  • Best Female Vocal Performance
    • Devika Bandana - Chithi lekhecha
    • Kunti Moktan - Hajur palnuhola -- Winner
    • Reema Gurung Hoda - Magg Magg
    • Sangeeta Rana - Kun papile
    • Yashoda Parajuli - Feri timro samjhanama

  • Best Male Vocal Performance
    • Jagdish Samal - Dekhchu feri
    • Karna Das - Tyasto sathi
    • Rajesh Payal Rai - Namaga Masanga -- Winner
    • Ram Krishna Dhakal - Dilko Kura
    • Swaroop Raj Acharya - Kahile samma
  • Song Of The Year
    • Kahila Samma - Ananda Adhikari -- Winner
    • Maya Mitho bhanthe aru - Dinesh Adhikari
    • China jana bhae pachi - Karma Bomzon
    • Salala - Nawaraj Lamsal
    • Natak - Ramesh Adhikari

  • Album Of The Year
    • On Air - 1974 AD
    • G Major - Nabin K Bhattarai
    • Kamana - Rajesh Payal Rai -- Winner
    • Muzik - Satya and Swaroop Raj Acharya
    • Rahashya - Udesh Shrestha
  • Record Of The Year
    • Dekhchu feri - Jagdish Samal
    • China jana bhaya pachhi - Karma Bomzan -- Winner
    • Ayei ayei ayei - Nabin K Bhattarai
    • Khaas ta kehi chhaina - Rajesh Payal Rai
    • Ke chahanchau - Udesh Shrestha

Tribute was paid to Late Dibya Khaling.

Udesh Shrestha nominated in 6 Categories of 11th Closeup Hits FM Music Award 2007..Updated on Nov 28th, 2007
Udesh Shrestha is busy these days practicing his songs for upcoming Hits FM Music Award where he is nominated in six categories such as Best Rock Composition, Best Pop Male Vocal Performance, Best Composition, Album of the year, and Record of the year. He had won the award for Best Vocal Collaboration in the past, and we hope he will be awarded this year.

He recently performed solo in Dubai, which was a great success. Udesh has also been featured as Artist of the Month (july 2007) in Nepalisite.com. We wish him all the best.

Testo Saathi--Album release..March 8th/2007
A new album called "Testo Saathi" by Samaveda (musician), and Dev Dutta (lyricst) was released on March 8th,2007.  An unique program was organized at Bluebird Mall where media personalities such as Saroj KC, Navaraj Lamsal among others were present.  Among the guests were also some popular singers/artists including Ananda Karki, Sugam Pokhrel, Satya and Swaroop Raj Acharya.  This new album is distributed and marketed by OPAL international.

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It was in April 1996 that Hits FM was established as a radio station and ever since it’s inception, Hits Nepal Pvt. Ltd has been greatly involved in encouraging and promoting Nepali artists. The Hits FM Music Awards has for the past years acknowledged and honored the best in Nepali music. The award ceremony has come to be known for slick management, entertaining presentation and flawless execution. The end of each ceremony has left the audience wishing for more and wondering what next the following year.

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Winners & Nominations in  various categories
  • Best New Artist
    • Dambar Nepali
    • Impulse 21
    • Mt. 8848
    • Rajiv Lohani
    • Saayas--Winner

  • Best Song in a Foreign Language
    • Moving On - Catch 22
    • Poverty - Nepsydaz feat. Dylan
    • Sacred - Albatross --Winner
    • Set Me Free - Dinesh Rai
    • Walk In the Mountains - Full Circle

  • Best Music Video
    • Birsun Bhanchhu - Asim Chitrakar--Winner
    • Chokho Maya - Uday Sijapati
    • Chyangba Hoi Chyangba - Bhushan Dahal
    • Samaya - Suraj Shah/Prasan Syangden
    • Sarangi Retaula – BAP

  • Best Rock Composition
    • Ma Sansaar Jitne - Sabin Rai
    • Pahilo Maya - Saayas---Winner
    • Raat Guzarna - Mt. 8848
    • Timi Bhane - Albatross
    • Timro Saath - Sabin Rai
  • Best Pop Composition
    • Aaja Aakashma - Dambar Nepali
    • Biti Gayo Samaya - Diwas Gurung
    • Cham Cham - Dawa Tsering
    • Saathi - Sugam Pokharel
    • Samjhana Harulai - Sabin Rai--Winner

  • Best Composition
    • Bahaara Sangai - Anil Shahi
    • Kasko Aankha Lagyo - Sachin Singh
    • Nau Jaale Mayaley - Alok Shree
    • Purano Hundaina Maya - Suresh Adhikari
    • Tapoban - Suresh Thapa

  • Best Song Originally Recorded for a Motion Picture Soundtrack
    • Nisturi Ho Samaya (Motion Picture: Krodh) - Suresh Adhikari--Winner
    • Pal Pal Yo Mann (Motion Picture: Krodh) - Laxman Shesh
    • Saathi (Motion Picture: Pandit Bajey) - Suresh Adhikari
    • Sutukai Mannma Basyo (Motion Picture: Paapi Manche) - Sambhujeet Banskota
    • Timro Aankha Herun Herun (Motion Picture: Shakti) - Mahesh Khadka

  • Best Vocal Collaboration
    • Chyangba Hoi Chyangba - Mausami Gurung, Kranti Ale, Da 69 & Aid Ray --Winner
    • Gurdeuli Phoolyo - Manoj Sewa & Mausami Gurung
    • Hamro Baato - Samal Jagdish & Pratima Rajbhandari
    • Paani Bina - Shital & Shubani Moktan feat. Sammy Samrat
    • Saarangi Retaunla - Hari Bansha Acharya & Laxmi Neupane

  • Best Performance by a Group or Duo with Vocal
    • Chundaina - Nepsydaz
    • Dherai Tada - X-It
    • Pahilo Maya - Saayas--WInner
    • Timi Bhane - Albatross
    • Yatri - Catch 22

  • Folk Record of The Year
    • Barta Garaideu - Sindhu Malla, Ram Chandra Kafle, Rajan Raj Shivakoti, Shiva Pariyar, Mandavi Tripathi & Anjana Gurung
    • Daali Palayo - Kamal Khanal, Raju Pariyar & Bishnu Maajhi
    • Daanfe Kasturi - Raju Pariyar, Rajan Sodari & Laxmi Neupane
    • Sararara Pani Ghatama - Purushottam Neupane & Bima Kumari Dura
    • Timi Gayau Arkaiko Dolima - Bimal Dangi & Bima Kumari Dura--Winner

  • Folk Album of The Year
    • Chariley Biyu Khayo - Narayan Daani & Deepak Ghimire
    • Daali Palayo - Kamal Khanal, Raju Pariyar & Bishnu Maajhi
    • Daanfe Kasturi - Raju Pariyar, Rajan Sodari, Laxmi Neupane, Sirish Devkota & Krishna Pariyar
    • Gayau Dhoka Diyera - Bhagwan Bhandari
    • Timi Gayau Arkaiko Dolima - Bimal Dangi--Winner

  • Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
    • Huney Bhaye - Nalina Chitrakar
    • Pal Pal - Pratima Rajbhandari
    • Pharkena Maya - Shubani Moktan--Winner
    • Sunko Jalap - Shital Moktan
    • Timi Bina - Brinda Singh
  • Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
    • Bhayo Galti - Deepesh Kishore Bhattarai
    • Ma Sansaar Jitne - Sabin Rai--Winner
    • Namuna - Mingma Sherpa
    • Saathi - Sugam Pokharel
    • Sannani - Sudip Giri

  • Best Female Vocal Performance
    • Bahaara Sangai - Suniti
    • Ekohoro Maya - Sapana Shree
    • Kasko Aankha Lagyo - Reema Gurung--Winner
    • Kata Hideki - Aava Mukarung
    • Nisthuriko Arthama - Prashna Shakya

  • Best Male Vocal Performance
    • Matai Ra Chhuaun - Shishir Yogi
    • Nau Jaale Mayaley - Rajesh Payal Rai
    • Pharki Aau Shanti Timi - Karna Das
    • Tapoban - Jagdish Samal--Winner
    • Yo Mannley Rojyo - Ram Krishna Dhakal

  • Song Of The Year
    • Kasto Katha Lekhyo - Krishna Hari Baral
    • Katinjel Rakhun - Ratna Shamsher Thapa--Winner
    • Nuhayechha Sheetaley - Manjul
    • Pharki Aau Shanti Timi - Unnati Bohora Shila
    • Tapoban - Suresh Thapa

  • Album Of The Year
    • Prahineer - Reema Gurung
    • Sataha 2 - Sabin Rai
    • Suskera - Shishir Yogi--Winner
    • Sutra - Sugam Pokharel
    • Tuna Muna - Alok Shree

  • Record Of The Year
    • Cham Cham - Mingma Sherpa
    • Chundaina - Nepsydaz
    • Chyangba Hoi Chyangba - Mausami Gurung, Kranti Ale, Da 69 & Aid Ray
    • Nau Jaale Mayaley - Rajesh Payal Rai
    • Saathi - Sugam Pokharel--Winner


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