4th Indonesian Choice Awards

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4th Indonesian Choice Awards
Date May 21, 2017 (2017-05-21)
Location Sentul International Convention Center, Bogor, West Java
Hosted by Sarah Sechan
Vincent Rompies
Most awards Tulus (3)
Most nominations Tulus (4)
Television/radio coverage
Network NET.

The 4th Indonesian Choice Awards ceremony (Official name: NET. 4.O presents Indonesian Choice Awards 2017), presented by the NET., honored the best entertainment of the year in 2017, and took place on May 21, 2017, at the Sentul International Convention Center in Bogor, West Java, at 7:00 p.m. WIB. During the ceremony, NET. were presented Indonesian Choice Awards in 12 categories (totally 64 nominees, including a newest category Music Video of the Year), and a Lifetime Achievement Award.[1]

The awards ceremony aired live on NET. coinciding with the fourth anniversary celebration, entitled NET 4.0. The annual awards have presented by Sarah Sechan, Vincent Rompies and Desta (2nd time overall). The nominees for this edition of ICA were first announced on April 25, 2017 by NET. via Twitter. In addition to featured musician, NET. also featuring to international musician and artists, such as Jonas Blue, Robin Thicke and American magician Tony Chapek.[2]

Musician songwriter Tulus received the most nominations with four and was the most biggest winner of the night for taking home three awards, followed behind by Raisa who only received two awards trophy.[3] Other winners included GAC, who won Band/Group/Duo of the Year (for the second year running), Rich Chigga who won Breakthrough Artist of the Year and etc.

Legend musician Bimbo has receiving the "Lifetime Achievement Award" from the Chief of the Creative Economy Agency Triawan Munaf, for their contribution work during 5th decade.

Voting system

Voting for 2017 Indonesian Choice Awards opened on April 26, 2017 on Twitter, for hastag #ICA _4#<nominees_category>.


Artist(s) Song(s)
Main show
Jonas Blue
Charlie Brown
"Perfect Strangers"
Rizky Febian "Penantian Berharga"
Robin Thicke "The Sweetest Love"
"Back Together"
Isyana Sarasvati
Raisa (on screen)
"Anganku Anganmu"
Jaz "Dari Mata"
Robin Thicke "Lost Without U"
Sweet Martabak
Me Voices
"Ti Di Dit"
"Inikah Cinta"
Maudy Ayunda "Can't Stop the Feeling!"
Rini Wulandari "Langit Tanpa Batas"
Electroma "Ada Apa Dengan Cinta?"
"Galih dan Ratna"
Yura Yunita "Intuisi"
Robin Thicke "Blurred Lines"
Rizky Febian
Isyana Sarasvati
Maudy Ayunda
Indonesian Love Songs medley:
"Cukup Sudah"
"Andai Dia Tahu"
"Cinta dan Rahasia"
"Tetap Dalam Jiwa"
"What Do You Mean?"
"Kesempurnaan Cinta"
"Serba Salah"
"Cinta Kan Membawamu Kembali"
"By My Side"
"Lapang Dada"
Jonas Blue
Liza Owen
Charlie Brown
"Fast Car"
Soundwave "Terserah Boy"
Glenn Fredly
Yura Yunita
"Kisah Romantis"
"Sedih Tak Berujung"
"You Are My Everything"
Monostereo Remix of "Song of the Year" nominees
Jonas Blue
Liza Owen
"By Your Side"
Non-song performances
Artist(s) Perform
Main show
Tony Chapek Tridimensional Magic Performance


  • Ririn Dwi Ariyanti, Dimas Seto and Maria Selena – Presented Actor of the Year
  • Danang and Darto – Presented Actress of the Year
  • Armand Maulana – Presented Creative and Innovative Person of the Year
  • Chelsea Islan and Boy William – Presented Album of the Year
  • Yuliandre Darwis – Presented TV Program of the Year
  • Gista Putri and Tanta Ginting – Presented Male Singer of the Year
  • Temmy Rahadi and Rahma Hayuningdyah – Presented Movie of the Year
  • Sule and Andre Taulany – Presented Band/Duo/Group of the Year
  • Triawan Munaf – Presented Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Rizky Febian and Hesty Purwadinata – Presented Breakthrough of the Year
  • Niken Anjani and Ibnu Jamil – Presented Female Singer of the Year
  • Shahnaz Soehartono and Ganindra Bimo – Presented Music Video of the Year
  • Deva Mahenra and Kimmy Jayanti – Presented Song of the Year

Winners and nominees

The full list of nominees and winners is as follows:[4]


Song of the Year Album of the Year
Male Singer of the Year Female Singer of the Year
Band/Group/Duo of the Year Breakthrough Artist of the Year
Music Video of the Year


Movie of the Year
Actor of the Year Actress of the Year


TV Program of the Year


Creative and Innovative Person of the Year
Special award
Lifetime Achievement Award


  1. ^ Asrisanti, Shelbi (April 26, 2017). "NET. return held to 2017 Indonesian Choice Awards". Republika Online. Retrieved May 21, 2017.
  2. ^ Susanto Setiawan, Tri (April 26, 2014). "Robin Thicke and Jonas Blue will performed in Indonesian Choice Awards". Kompas. Retrieved May 21, 2017.
  3. ^ Ernawati, Jujuk (May 21, 2017). "Tulus winning two categories in 2017 Indonesian Choice Awards". Viva. Retrieved May 21, 2017.
  4. ^ Putri, Adira (April 26, 2017). "This is list nominees of 2017 Indonesian Choice Awards". TabloidBintang. Retrieved May 21, 2017.
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