Ungu, founded by Pasha (Vocals), Makki (Bass), Rowman (Drums), Enda and Oncy (Guitars), is one of Indonesia's biggest selling pop-rock band, often leading music charts with their hit songs such as "Demi Waktu", "Cinta Dalam Hati", "Andai Kutahu", and "Kekasih Gelap". Other than obtaining a number of multiplatinum awards for their album sales such as "Melayang", "Surgamu", and "Untukmu Selamanya", Ungu's work has also earned them numerous AMI Awards (Indonesia's Music Industry Highest Honours). Furthermore, Ungu is also regarded as a band with noteworthy live performances with their reputation of filling out venues of their live performance, including their latest show "Yang Terbaik Untukmu Concert" in Esplanade Theatre, Singapore, filling up to 1400 seats in the theatre. With their existence and by the marking of their legacy in the Indonesian music industry for 17 years, Ungu is truly one of Indonesia's undoubted music icons.
Afgansyah Reza, or more popularly known as Afgan, is currently one of Indonesia's hottest young artist, marking his name in the Indonesian music industry with hit songs such as "Terima Kasih Cinta", "Sadis", "Pesan Cinta", "Jodoh Pasti Bertemu" and many other hit songs. With his great vocal quality, good looks and charming personality, he has attained many great achievements over the years such as the MTV Indonesia Music Awards, AMI Awards (Indonesia's Music Industry Highest Honours) and a Platinum Award for his album sales. With the Indonesian music audiences under a spell of his charm, he is set to take the center stage in the music industry.
Rossa, is one of Indonesia's female diva, capturing the hearts of fans all across Indonesia with her sweet, yet powerful vocals, and warm personality. As an artist, Rossa has produced numerous hit songs and gained multiplatinum awards for albums "Kembali" and "Kini". Her accomplishments are marked with winning five AMI Awards (Indonesia's Music Industry Highest Honours) and five Annual Malaysian Music Awards. Rossa has also sold out live performances by filling up the Esplanade Theatre in Singapore and Bukit Jalil International Stadium in Malaysia.