Siti Nurhaliza

World Music Singer

Siti Nurhaliza was born in Kampung Awah, Pahang, Malaysia on January 11th, 1979 and is the World Music Singer. At the age of 45, Siti Nurhaliza biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Siti Nurhaliza binti Tarudin, Datin Sri, Dato’ Sri
Date of Birth
January 11, 1979
Place of Birth
Kampung Awah, Pahang, Malaysia
45 years old
Zodiac Sign
Actor, Businessperson, Presenter, Singer, Socialite, Writer
Social Media
Siti Nurhaliza Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 45 years old, Siti Nurhaliza has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Not Available
Siti Nurhaliza Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
Tabika Perkep, Balai Polis Kampung Awah
Siti Nurhaliza Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Datuk Khalid
Dating / Affair
Datuk Khalid (2006-Present)
Tarudin Ismail, Siti Salmah Bachik
Siti Saerah (Sister) (Singer), Siti Nursaida (Sister), Muhammad Ali (Brother), Siti Norsaida (Sister) (Singer), Muhammad Hafiz (Brother), Saiful Bahri Tarudin (Brother) (Singer), Saiful Lizan (Brother)
Siti Nurhaliza Life

Siti Nurti Binti Tarudin (born 11 January 1979) is a Malaysian singer and businesswoman.

She has received over 300 local and international awards to date.

She made her debut in 1995 after winning a coveted local singing competition show Bintang HMI, which was a young teenager.

"Jerat Percintaan", her debut album, received the 11th Anugerah Juara Laoh Juara Laod and two other accolades for Outstanding Achievement and Best Ballad.

As of 2005, the album itself has been sold in Malaysia alone for a total of more than 800,000 units.

Siti has performed and performed in many languages, including Malaysian, Javanese, English, Mandarin, Urdu, and Japanese. 27 Anugerah Bintang Popular, 25 Anugerah Bintang Popular, 27 Anugerah Jawah, 15 Anugerah Bintang Popular, 27 Anugerah Jutra Lahuya, 19 Anugerah Jugurtah, 19 Anugerah Muzik, 24 Anughet

She has been named as one of Malaysia's Most Popular Artists in the Anugerah Planet Muzik since 2001, with 17 studio albums.

She is currently listed as one of Malaysia's richest, most influential, most award-winning, and the most single-produced artist.

She is also one of Malaysia's top-selling artists, for example, her album sales alone contributed to 10% of Malaysia's total album sales in 2001.

She has achieved more than 6 million in annual sales to date. Siti has won the Gold Award in the Asia New Singer Competition 1999, two awards from the 'South Pacific International Song and Singing Competition 1999' held in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, and the Grand Prix Champion title in Voice of Asia 2002, held in Almaty, Kazakhstan, among other achievements.

Siti was chosen to appear at the closing ceremony of 1998 Commonwealth Games in front of Queen Elizabeth II and her consort Prince Philip, as well as other dignitaries and officials from 70 countries, including those from the Commonwealth of Nations.

Siti was the first Southeast Asian singer and third Asian artist to play a solo recital at the Royal Albert Hall, London, in 2005, while being backed by the London Symphony Orchestra.

In 2005, MTV Asia ranked her second in Asia's Best Musical Artiste and Channel V's Biggest Asian Artiste.

Asia News Network announced her as one of Asia's Idol later this year.

Her success in Asia has earned her coveted titles, including "Voice of Asia" and "Asia's Celine Dion."

Early life

Siti Nurhaliza was born in Berek Polis (police barrack) in Temerloh, Malaysia, where she was the fourth child in a family of seven siblings to Tarudin Ismail, a police officer, and Siti Salmah Bachik, a housewife. She comes from a musically gifted family; her brother, Saiful Bahri Tarudin, and her sisters, Siti Norsaida and Siti Nursairah, are also performers. Her grandfather was a well-known violinist, and her mother used to be a local traditional singer.

She was involved in numerous school activities, including sports and co-curricular activities, throughout her childhood. She attended her pre-school in Tabika Perkep, Balai Polis Kampung Awah, Temerloh, where she first showcased her early singing abilities at the age of six when she sang "Sirih Pinang," a Malay traditional song, at her kindergarten's certificate-receiving function. She continued her secondary education at Sekolah Menengaan Clifford, Pahang, and then continued her education at Sekolah Kebangsaan Clifford. She won one of her first singing competitions, judging "Bahtera Merdeka" at the Merdeka Day Singing Contest, a local patriotic song competition, in 1991. She was involved in sports, especially in netball, during her time as a student, and it was evident when she competed in two separate sports competitions, particularly in Kuantan, namely netball and 5x80 meter relay. She was also selected as one of the torch bearers to light the Fiesta games, marking its opening alongside Malaysian actress Fasha Sandha.

Siti came from a poor family at the age of nine and had to wake up at 4:30 a.m. to help her mother make and sell various homemade kuih in her neighborhood, where she would sometimes have to carry a tiny table down three flights of stairs to set up a small stall. All the hardships, she said, have not only helped her to be more efficient in spending, but also to be more confident in dealing with the public. She also boasted that the entire experience has helped her vocal skills as she has to shout to call for customers. In addition to singing competitions, she also used to look forward to invitational performances such as wedding receptions and dinner parties, which have brought her closer to performing live.

Despite her good SPM ratings, Siti Nurhaliza has decided against going back to tertiary school to concentrate on her music career.

Personal life

Siti and her then-fiancé Datuk Khalid announced that their wedding will take place on August 17th, despite months of rumors by the media. Datuk Khalid's proposal caused outrage and outrage because she was supposed to marry a 47-year-old divorcee with four sons, where she was accused of causing his divorce. However, the matter was rebutted when Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (Selangor Islamic Council) announced that Datuk Khalid and his estranged wife, Tengku Zawyah Tengku Izham officially divorced in February 2004, after 15 years of marriage, were reported.

E! recognized Siti and her husband, Datuk Seri Khalid, on June 13, 2010. News Asia ranked as the third Most Influential Celebrity Couple in Asia, behind Chinese entertainer Simon Yam and his wife, Qi Qi and Bollywood celebrity couple Aishwarya Rai and husband Abhishek Bachchan.

Khalid is the pusher in her triumph in December 2020, according to Siti, who was named recipient of the homegrown Nona Superwoman Award.


Siti Nurhaliza Career


Many public local ceremonies in Siti Nurhaliza's hometown, such as weddings and public soirées, were attended by the family's relatives. Siti began to play traditional songs from her mother and went on to perform the same music style at special occasions and events.

She appeared on 'Family Group,' a small band formed by her uncle, Abdul Rahim Bachik, as the vocalist. She began to improve her singing skills by competing in numerous local singing competitions. She appeared at Asia Bagus as a child but was unable to proceed. Despite her apprehensions, she did not give up. She appeared in the 1995 RTM Bintang HMI competition, where she auditioned for a song made popular by Ruth Sahanaya, Kaulah Segalanya. Adnan Abu Hassan, the music composer who trained and supported her in her vocal appearance, was among the contest's winners, Aishah, Camar Yang Pulang. She decided to work with Suria Records, despite rejecting four other international recording companies, including Sony Music, BMG Music, and Warner Music. Suria Records released her first self-titled debut album in 1996, and Jerat Percintaan's first single was named in the Anugerah Juara Laban Competition. She also received the Most Popular Female Artist, Most Popular Teen Artist, and the Most Popular Female Artist in Anugerah Bintang.

Siti began to be a well-known figure in Indonesia's music industry in 1997 when her story appeared in one of Indonesia's most popular magazines, POS Kota, in April 1997. She was regarded as a leading figure in Indonesia's music market because the artist has less to offer compared to their own artists. Siti was also expected to be the first Malaysian singer to perform a live concert on Indosiar's main television station, which was broadcast nationally. She has established herself as one of Indonesia's most influential performers, as shown by her string of big scale concerts she hosted in Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, and several other cities over the next few years. She has also been named Best New Artist and Best Song (Jerat Percintaan) from Anugerah Industri Muzik 1997.

Siti Nurhaliza Productions (M) Sdn, a 19-year-old woman, established her own business on January 12th (one day after her 19th birthday). Bhd. This organization is part of the company's executive team. Siti made her first and largest appearance on the international stage during the 1998 Commonwealth Games, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she performed in front of Queen Elizabeth II and her consort, Prince Philip, alongside other dignitaries and representatives from 70 Commonwealth countries. During the closing ceremony, she performed on the same stage with two international stars, Céline Dion and Rod Stewart, to entertain the audience. The ceremony, which culminated in 70 nations around the world, brought her to prominence in the international arena for the first time. She was invited to perform in Japan for five days at the Pop Queen Festival in November of the same year, also known as Saga Fiesta '98.

Siti won one of her first international recognitions from an international singing competition in December 1999, when she competed in the Asia New Singer Competition for the first time. In 2000 and 2002, she was also selected as a featured artist in the same competition. She appeared in the 'South Pacific International Song and Singing Competition 1999', a year before, in Gold Coast, Australia, where she was crowned with the first place in the category of 'Pop/Top 40 for International Song' beating contestants from all around South Pacific by her single, We'll Be One. Siti also managed to capture the jurors' interest with her vocal prowess, leading to her nomination of Best Female Vocal Performance with the same album, despite the fact that the single was determined by cassette tape/compact disc sent by her recording company to the organiser and not through live performances. Siti appeared in 'Voice of Asia 2002,', where she appeared in Kazakhstan, where she performed one of her third albums, Purnama Merindu, and gained the Grand Prix Champion award for the first time in several years.

She was invited to appear at the 2003 Japan and ASEAN Pop Stars Dream Concert (J-ASEAN Pops 2003), hosted in Yokohama, Japan, alongside top Japanese and ASEAN artists, including THE BOOM, YOU Hitoto, INSPi, Leonard Eto, Hiroshi Takano, Hideki Kurosawa from Japan, and Hideki Kurosawa from Japan. Hans Anwar & Lo'Ryder (Brunei), Preap Sowat (Cambodia), Aichei (Myanmar), Boggle (Indonesia), AB Three (Myanmar), Tab Yam Nap (Philippines), Jolina Magdangal (Philippines), Tanya Chua (Singapore), Briohny (Thailand), and Lam Truong (Vietnam) Treasure the Earth, a Japanese composer Kazufumi Miyazawa's special song for the performance, as well as lyrics by a Singaporean lyricist, Dick Lee. The same song was also performed by each artist from each participating country in their native languages, where Siti's version, Dunia Milik Kita, was also performed for the first time during the festival.

Siti was the first non-Chinese artiste to be invited to appear at the 15th Golden Melody Awards, Taiwan, in 2004. In addition to performing solo on Na Ying's single (Conquer) on the front page, she performed in a song named 'The Moon Represents My Heart), which is a tribute to Teresa Teng and as awards host alongside Taiwanese news anchor Patty Hou. During her brief stay in Taipei, she also appeared on a half-hour special program hosted by Azio TV. She also appeared in MTV Asia Awards in 2004 in Singapore, where she appeared for the second time in a row alongside Gareth Gates, the runner up from the first series of England's version of Idol, Pop Idol, in a song written by Gareth's own, 'Say It Isn't So'.

Siti Nurhaliza Production (M) Sdn, her company, also in 2004. Bhd. (SNP) Television programs were produced. During the Eid Al-Adha's first musical program, Muzikal Aidiladha (Musical of Eid Al-Adha) was presented. Siti Nurhaliza 3D (Siti Nurhaliza Dari Diri), a reality television series that exclusively discloses Siti Nurhaliza's personal life, is available on RTM, a Malaysian public broadcasting network. Sukan dan Selebriti (Sports and Celebrities) shows involving the participation of well-known artists and celebrities in various fields in the same year. There were 26 episodes.

When Alicia Keys first introduced her with the title during the MTV Asia Aid in 2005, she was dubbed The Voice of Asia due to her charisma and international recognition. Siti held a good solo performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London in April 2005, despite the fact that the majority of the audience was made up of Malaysians living in the United Kingdom, as well as local residents. The British press compared her performance to those by Celine Dion, and the Asia's Celine Dion was praised for her outstanding vocal and spectacular appearances. She was supported by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Indonesian maestro Erwin Gutawa, where the Sultan and Sultanah of Pahang as well as royal families from Brunei attended the concert. Channel V named her as the Second Greatest Asian Artist for her debut in the same year, trailing Taiwanese singer Jay Chou who is on the top of the charts. MTV Asia also rated her as the second Asia's Top Musical Artist, following Jay Chou, the same Taiwanese artiste.

Transkripsi, Siti's eleventh studio album, was released in April 2006 and featured contributions from Indonesian artists and composers such as Erwin Gutawa, Melly Goes law, and Glenn Fredly and Malaysians like Aubrey Suwito, Jenny Chin, Firdaus Mahmud, Mac Chew, Yasin, and Damian VE. After winning the Best Pop Album and Best Album categories in the Anugerah Industri Muzik, Transkripsi became the year's best album. The album was also praised by critics as one of her best albums ever produced, and critics noted it as her debut attempt at producing an album under her own production company. After being given the title of Darjah Indera Pahang (DIMP) from the Sultan of Pahang, Sultan Ahmad Shah on his 76th birthday, two Malaysian designers, Bernard Chandran and Dayang Tom Abang Saufi, she was named "Dato" on her 76th birthday.

She made her first appearance at the Grammy Awards for the red carpet event on February 11, 2007, where she was the first Malaysian woman to walk the red carpet. She appeared at Konsert Istana Nostalgia on April 20, 2007, a tribute performance for late Tan Sri P. Ramlee and Puan Sri Saloma in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tan Sri P. Ramlee himself performed by Siti and other invited performers' popular songs. Siti was also invited to perform a tribute concert for late Sudirman Hj Arshad, which was also at Istana Budaya, Kuala Lumpur, in 2002. (Transkripsi): Best Pop Album (Transkripsi), Best Vocal Female Performance in an Album (Transkripsi), Best Music Video (Bisakah), and Best Cover for an Album were among her four nominations in the Anugerah Industri Muzik category on April 30, 2007 (Transkripsi). She received two accolades out of the four categories: Best Pop Album and Best Album for Transkripsi. She has also received five nominations from Anugerah Planet Muzik 2007 for two categories that were chosen by fans from Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore – Most Popular Female Artist and Most Popular Song (Biarlah Rahsia) and three categories that were rated by professional jurors and judges – Best Female Artist, Best Song (Biarlah Rahsia) and Best Album. She received three out of five awards: Most Popular Female Artist, Best Female Artist, and Best Song.

Siti Nurhaliza was the first Malaysian to be given the privilege of walking up the red carpet at the Grammy Awards held in Los Angeles on February 11, 2007, after she won the two tickets as Best Dressed celebrity on Star World's "Breakfast With the Stars" in conjunction with the 78th Annual Academy Awards. Siti appeared on soundtracks for films in which she performed two songs for two separate films, including Menanti Pasti and Hati for Kayangan and 1957: Hati Malaya respectively. However, Hati's song Hadiah Daripada Hati was included in her twelfth studio album, Hadiah Daripada Hati, and she also received the award of Best Original Theme Song from Anugerah Festival Filem Malaysia (21st Malaysian Film Festival) in 2008. She finally agrees to perform in a production in which she appeared as Azizah, P. Ramlee's enigmatic lover, in the musical 'Remy... Kisah P. Ramlee's Remy... Kisah P. Ramlee). The Story of P. Ramlee (P. Ramlee), which is a salute to late P. Ramlee, was performed at Istana Budaya from 19 October to 3 November 2007.

Siti's twelfth studio album Hadiah Daripada Hati was released on December 10th, with the Latin-influenced pop song Ku Mahu as the first single of the album, as well as the opening theme tune for a local Malay drama, Spa-Q. Melawan Kesepian was named as her second single later in the album's history, and was the first track to have a video clip. The song was a remake of a hit that had once been popular by an Indonesian band called Jikustik. When it was announced, Hadiah Daripada Hati came under fire from the media. Critics said it was a moderate success from her and was not on par with her previous album Transkripsi, which was dubbed as the best album she had ever made. However, these remarks were rebutted when Hadiah Daripada Hati received five nominations in the 15th edition of AIM, including Best Pop Album, Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female), Best Arrangement, and Best Album Cover, making Siti the second nominee with the most votes after newcomer Faizal Tahir. The album received three awards for Best Pop Album and Best Musical Arrangement in a Song (Malay) as well as her ninth Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female), where she had lost to Jaclyn Victor the previous year. She made her debut in the musical 'Remy...' P. Ramlee's Story was also the debut of her third album Mulanya Cinta, which was composed by Dick Lee, a Singaporean composer. According to Google's 2007 Malaysia Year-End Zeitgeist, Siti has also rank among the top Google searches by Malaysian Google users, beating celebrities like Paris Hilton and Britney Spears.

By Asia News Network in January 2008, she was praised as one of Asia's Idols for her unsurpassed work and her rise to prominence as Malaysia's entertainment icon. Siti performed one of her first solo acoustic concert at the Esplanade Theatre in Singapore on March 21, 2008. The concert was titled Diari Hati – Dato' Siti Nurhaliza's Heart (Diary of Dato' Siti Nurhaliza's Heart), where she performed a number of her hits from her latest album, Hadiah Daripada Hati, and previous albums.

Lentera Timur, her most recent traditional contemporary album, was released on December 26, 2008. (her fourth Ethnic Creative album since her third one, Sanggar Mustika in 2002) was released on December 26, 2008. She said that the album has more contemporary and contemporary songs than her usual genre. M. Nasir of Singapore and Indonesia's Katon Bagaskara collaborated on the album for that collection. Nine out of 13 songs (which all were written and recorded within three days) that were chosen were selected from a songwriting workshop called Cipta Ekspress – Berirama Malaysia. The event, which was hosted by Malaysian Authors Copyright Protection (MACP), was specifically organized to find the album's parts. Despite the poor sales due to a lack of advertisements, the album's quality had never been denied, as it was evident when Anugerah Industri Muzik, Lentera Timur received multiple awards, including Best Pop Ethnic and later named Album of the Year in AIM 16. She also received the Best Female Vocal award for the song 'Di Taman Teman'. She was unable to attend the award ceremony, but she and her family were headed to Mecca to perform Umrah.

Siti has also written two songs for the soundtrack of an Indonesian film, Perempuan Berkalong Sorban. One of the songs on the album is a cover of Opick's Ketika Cinta as well as a new one, Batasku Asaku, which was written by Siti herself. Both songs were included on Tahajjud Cinta, her fourteenth album.

MTV Asia's net worth has surpassed RM 50 million and has been named one of the top entertainment billions in South East Asia this year.

Taruddin Ismail, her father, died at 11.50 a.m. on February 15th, when a heart bypass procedure days before failed to show any improvement, leaving seven children and ten grandchildren behind. Except for Konsert Malam Sinar Maulidur Rasul 1430 Hijrah (1430 Hijrah Special Mawlid Night Concert), she declared a 40-day state of mourning for her father and suspended singing. Siti Nurhaliza, a girl who suffered months after losing, returned to work, announcing her major three days appearance at the Istana Budaya, SATU Konsert Eksklusif Dato' Siti Nurhaliza. It began in Kuala Lumpur on June 26, 2009. The tickets were sold out weeks before the debut night. Critics lauded the performance, and distinguished people attended the concert, including Krisdayanti and Rossa from Indonesia, to name two. She received her ninth consecutive award of Most Popular Malaysian Artist of 2009 and also the Regional Most Popular Artist of 2009 from Anuguah Planet Muzik 2009, defeating another 11 contestants, including Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore, who each country, Malaysia, and Malaysia, has four representatives based on SMS votes.

Siti announced in March that she would begin working on her new album later this year. The suggestion came about when Siti was participating in an Erma Fatima theatre performance, Sirah Junjungan, according to Siti. This will be her first attempt at spiritual music, according to her, and she hopes to debut the album for the 2009 Ramadan, also known as Tahajjud Cinta. Citarasa Selebriti Bersama Dato' Siti Nurhaliza, with many guest artists, became a host to 13 episodes of cooking reality series Citarasa Bersama Dato' Siti Nurhaliza in September. Siti and his Indonesian musician Krisdayanti have decided to record a duet album with eight duets on sale later this year, where Siti will select four Malaysian compositions while Krisdayanti will select the other four from Indonesia. The album was released in Malaysia and Indonesia on December 28th and the 27th of January, where it stands as the acronyms for the combination of both singers names, CT and KD, as well as the entire title of the collection, Canda (Joke), Ketawa (Laugh), and Duka (Sad).

Siti's resuscitation (CPR) on the late Yasmin Ahmad's death while unconscious during a meeting at TV3's headquarters in July, as she and a panel doctor of Media Prima put her to the test, and Channel 188, Channel Siti, for 28 hours, on August 30, 2009.

She appeared in Konsert Bagti, a Malaysian composer-songwriter, whose performance was also shown live on Aqua Box Office Events (Channel 955) on January 1st. Siti Nurhaliza Productions (M) Sdn, her own business, is located in the United States. Bhd. On Tuesday, Istana Budaya also hosted a concert for two Malaysian award-winning musicians, Faizal Tahir and Aizat Amdan, which was accompanied by Simfoni Orkestra Kebangsaan (National Orchestra Symphony). Anugerah Artis Contoh HIP TV 2009 (HIP TV Role Model Artist Award 2009) came from viewers, defeating four other candidates based on votes via short message service on March 25, 2009. SimplySiti launched her own beauty and cosmetic items on March 30th. The products underwent extensive study and development in Korea, and they were then integrated with Nanotechnology before being granted Halal status by JAKIM. She received her 13th consecutive Peyanyi Wanita Paling 2009 (Most Popular Female Singer 2009) and the overall category award, Bintang Paling 2009 (Most Popular Female Artist of 2009), as well as the overall accolade, which was voted by over 225 300 people from Berita Harian readers. It's her seventh time winning the same award. Siti received two awards on April 21st, 2009/10, a division of Anugerah Pilihan Pembaca Media Hiburan (APPMH). She received the award for Artis Wanita Cantik 2009/10 (Female Artist with a Flawless Skin 2009/10) and a separate piece of the event, Anugerah Khas APPMH 2009/10 (Special Award of APPMH 2009/10). In addition,, she received her sixth and seventh awards of 2010 from Anugerah Industri Muzik (Female) on May 17, 2010, where she earned two vocal prizes from her single, Ku Percembahan Vocal Performance in a Song (Mema) (Best Vocal Performance in a Song), as well as her collaboration with Indonesian artiste Krisdayanti, CTKD. This is her 11th appearance in Best Vocal Performance out of a total of 17 years of AIM, a record of her own. EH's also won two other national fashion awards. Anugerah Stail EH is voted by people on line and mail poles.

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On July 21, 2010, the 2010 Style Awards (Role Model Celebrity) received awards for Selebriti Penbaik (Celebrity with the Most Achievements) and Selebriti Contoh (Role Model Celebrity).

SimplySiti received "The Best Halal Product" under the Cosmetic category of Halal Journal Magazine, less than two months after being commercialised since late March, her skincare range, and her beauty products range. On January 11, 2011, she received two awards from The BrandLaureate – Small and Medium Enterprises Chapter Awards (The BrandLaureate – SME's Chapter Awards), one for her SimplySiti brand, and another one for herself, first time introduced in 2011. On January 29, she was also named Inspiration Woman by the Association of Malaysian and Indonesian Journalists (ISWAMI).

V.I.P. Founded in early 2011, she hosted SITI, a 13-epis video show programme that included four main segments. Siti, Sentuhan Kasih (Caring Touch), Siti's Perspective and Siti's Symphony with the first episode airing on February 12, 2007.

In early March 2011, she declared that she would be working on All Your Love, her own production company What's Up Entertainment, with all the songs written and produced by Australian singers Christian Alexanda and Bryan Bouro's debut and released in UiTM on September 26th, where she also expressed her desire to continue her education in the university. Remember You and I Wait Forever were two of ten tracks from her album's collection, and Sean Kingston and Christian Alexanda were a duet.

She captured her tenth Regional Most Popular Artiste in a row over Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore on July 16, beating fellow artists from Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore, and Singapore, setting a new record in the Anugerah Planet Muzik. However, this will be her last appearance in the event after the organiser has decided not to continue in the same category in the future. Siti Nurhaliza Production (SNP), her sister company, produced the first ever reality singing competition, I-Klon, which aired in November 2011. The aim of this exhibition is to find singers who can not only sing but also imitate their idol. On October 17th, she was announced to be working on her life documentary, which aired on History Channel on January 11, 2012, to coincide with her 33rd birthday.

Anugerah Ikon (Icon Award) was announced on January 28, 2012 (Media Hiburan Readers' Choice Awards 2011/12), and Anugerah Seri Perak from Anugirah Bintang Popular Berita Harian received a special award on April 8, 2012, where she had previously received the Anugerah Bintang Popular Award (Most Popular Star Award) for seven times from the same ceremony. In April 2012, she accepted an invitation to be on Sami Yusuf's new album, Salaam, featuring her song You Came To Me, which was released in three languages, Arabic, Malay, and English. 'Konsert Salaam Sami Yusuf' performed the song with him on his debut concert in Singapore on July 8th. On July 9, she would have been allowed to perform as both the opening act and the closing ceremonies of the 15th Malaysia Games, or SukMA XV. She received another award by EH just a few days earlier on July 5th. For the second time since 2010, the magazine honors Celebrity with the Best Achievements award.

In September, she revealed a new album project with an Indonesian recording company, Virgo Records for Indonesia's market, where a number of Indonesian composers and lyricist have performed in Siti, including former lead vocals of Kerispatih, Samuel Simorangkir, and Dewiq. Aubrey Suwito, a Malaysian composer, will also be included on the same album. She was given a special award by Anugerah Radio24 BERNAMA (BERNAMA Radio24 Awards) in the category of Entertainment Icon during their fifth anniversary in the same month. She was honoured with a special award of Anugerah Kesenian from Puteri UMNO in their Himpunita Muda 2012 (2012 Female Youth Coalition). She held a 2-hour concert at Grand Ballroom, Bukit Gambang, Pahang, on November 11th, where over 5000 people attended, including her followers from Indonesia and Singapore and Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah of Pahang. She performed her new song, Galau, which was composed by an Indonesian composer and will be included in Universal Music's new project. Following the show, she announced that she would begin touring Indonesia from 8 December to 14 December in many major cities, including Jakarta, Pekanbaru, and Banjarbaru. However, she will have to cancel her last destination tour for her husband after she was involved in a motorcycle accident in New Zealand on December 13th. She was also named as one of the finalists in the World Music Awards 2012 categories alongside another Malaysian singer, Shila Amzah, in the categories of World's Best Female Artist, Best Live Act, and World's Best Entertainer of the Year on December 13th. The awards ceremony was postponed from December 22, 2012, to a later date in 2013, due to logistical and immigration difficulties.

On her 34th birthday, she has made a deliberate attempt to adhere to the Islamic code of dressing for females by wearing a hijab at all times, even when performing on stage. She also announced that she will take a short break until April to care for her husband, who was injured in a December 2012 car crash. Siti Nurhaliza Productions (SNP), her company, was announced in the month that it will be broadcasting on the second season of I-Klon, a reality singing competition, in which it will be broadcast later this year after its debut in 2011. Siti Oom, Som, where she co-hosted with Nabil Ahmad and Sharifah Shahira in early February, she made her own 13-episode game show. The game show is broken down into six key segments: Sepantas Kilat, Riuh Rendah, Siapa Hebat, Kebaboom, Siti Cabar, and Huru Hara. In addition, she was announced to be shortlisted for the fifth Shorty Awards in the category of Best Reality Star on Social Media, where the winners were announced in New York City on August 8, 2013.

She received the Bella On-Stage Award on March 2nd, defeating nine others in the Bella Awards inauguration event for Malaysian women who have made significant strides in the performing arts. SimplySiti's cosmetic company was recognized by Malaysia Book of Records for the entry of the Largest Participation in the Skin Transformation event in One Day on the same day. On March 7, she was selected to appear in a joint concert between Malaysia and Indonesia, Konsert Nusantara in Istana Budaya with Hafiz Suip, Rossa, and a handful of Malaysian and Indonesian singers. She had the opportunity to perform a duet with Kenny Babyface in the songs Fire and When I Fall in Love for Sapurakencana Petroleum Malaysia's 2013 - a worldwide festival attended by many international artists, including Josh Hartnett, Teri Hatcher, Kimora Lee Simmons and many others on March 21. More than RM 200 000 was raised during the charity run, which will be used to support heart patients.

She revealed in April that she would appear at the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra for the first time in three days. She received a special humanity award from Majlis Perundangan Pertubuhan Islam Malaysia (Mapim) in June for her work and support for Mapim's Gaza fundraising. She appeared in Symphony in Siti Nurhaliza from 5 to 7 July, performing with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra at Petronas Philharmonic Hall for three nights in a row in which tickets were sold out weeks before the event. This was her first solo appearance at the Petronas Philharmonic Hall, 12 years ago, she was only a guest performer at Tan Sri SM Salim's concert with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra.

During a special Eid episode of Melodi where the winners were entirely chosen by the viewers, she received Anugerah Artis Wanita Pilihan (Favourite Female Artist Award) from the inaugural Anugerah Melodi 2013. She was also selected as one of the 'Inspirers' for Akademi Fantasia 2013 students alongside Melly Goes law and Faizal Tahir, where they will discuss their experiences as singers and inspire the students in their paths as new artists in the same month. She was selected from a select Malaysian artists to take part in Konsert 'Harmony and Unity' in August, as well as several Indonesian artists, including Ahmad Dhani and Rossa, which were broadcast on both countries television stations, TV1 and Indosiar respectively. Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, Malaysia's first astronaut, was interviewed by National Geographic Channel in September for a special documentary titled 'Malaysia Through The Decades' in conjunction with the 50th Malaysia Day,' which aired on September 16th, alongside Yuna, Lat, and Malaysia's first explorer, who has analyzed Malaysia's progress in the last 50 years. She was also nominated in Anugerah Planet Muzik 2013 in three categories – Best Malaysia Song, Best Duo/Group, and Regional Most Popular Song, which were all shared with Hafiz Suip for their collaboration in both artists' single, Muara Hati. Both of them were announced to be the finalists for two out of three nominations on October 18th (Best Duo/Group and Regional Most Popular Song). She also held her second major concert in 2013 in the same month of September, Konsert Tradisonal Malaysia's Siti Nurhaliza Ekschusman's second major concert in 18 years of her career. The 2-hour concert, which was initially scheduled to be open for three days in a row from 20 to 22 September, was supported by 40 musicians from Orkestra Tradisional Malaysia, who performed everything from Zapin, Samrah, Keroncong, Joget, and several other popular genres. The concert was billed as the most popular solo concert at Istana Budaya, where it raised more than RM 900,000.

She was invited to appear at two international festivals in late November and December 2013. On November 28, she was in Japan after being invited by the Japanese Embassy in Malaysia for Asean-Japan Music Festival – Music for Healing following the disaster in Asean, as a result of the 40th anniversary of Japan's friendship, as well as a musical request for relief funds for victims of the 2011 Thoku earthquake and tsunami victims. During the festival, she performed a medley of songs that she personally selected, including Biarlah Rahsia, Koibito yo (a Japanese song made popular by Mayumi Itsuwa) and Nirmala, alongside other Japanese and Asean officials as well as Japanese Prime Minister Shinz Abe, who officiated the festival. The festival was also available for viewing in NHK World beyond local Japanese audiences. On December 5, she was invited to appear at the 2013 Asian Television Awards in Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore, where she performed two songs, "Lebih Indah" and "On the Floor," where the show was broadcast for the first time to both STAR World and Channel V audiences in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

She revealed the dates for her first charity performance on January 6th, where proceeds will be channelled to her own charity group, Yayasan Nurjiwa Foundation), where it will help those in need. The two-hour performance, titled "Dato Siti Nurhaliza Live in Concert – Where the Heart is," took place on two nights at Plenary Hall, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, on two nights. On February 9, it was announced that the two-day concert exceeded its target by grossing more than RM 1 million from ticket sales and donations from philanthropists alone.

In February, she announced a collaboration with Artelier Gallery Kuala Lumpur in her continuing 2014 efforts to raise funds for her charity. "SITI: An Iconic Exhibition of Dato' Siti Nurhaliza" featured 15 Malaysian artists, one Spaniard, and one Iranian painters, along with one painters, one Spanish, and one Iranian painters, their reflections on how Siti Nurhaliza inspired them. Every single painter and sculpture artist was given the opportunity to interview Siti personally prior to beginning to create their artworks based on their preferred materials and styles a month before the show. The exhibition was open from February to March 26th. All the artworks were up for auction, though 30 percent of the total revenue will be channelled to Yayasan Nurjiwa. The best price for finger painting by Andrian Torres, a Spanish painter, is RM 75,000.

In addition,, she announced her first concert in Singapore on Sunday, despite a six-year absence since her last solo performance in Singapore in 2008. Local concert reviewers applauded the one-day performance, which was billed as "Dato' Siti Nurhaliza – Live in Singapore." While both singing and dancing at the same time, one of the reviewers lauded her ability to appear "lawless."

Apart from the confirmation of the concert in Singapore, which took place later this month, David Foster announced that she was chosen by David Foster as one of the guest artists in a one-night only "David Foster and Friends" exhibition, which was originally scheduled as the major event of Sapurakencana Petroleum Malaysia's Grand Prix Gala Dinner & Concert 2014, which was also on March 27th. However, due to the date's proximity to the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 incident, the entire event was redesigned to become a full-fledged tribute show. She was accompanied by Foster on piano to perform two songs by Foster – I Will Always Love You and Because You Loved Me. Foster also accompanied Siti to Seindah Biasa, Siti's own song.

In April, she was honoured by Malaysia Book of Records as one of the recipients of "Icon of Malaysia"'s "Icon of Malaysia" (Mexico's). The same award was also given to other Malaysians who have excelled in their respective fields – Dato' Jimmy Choo, Datuk Dr. Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor, and Tan Sri Tony Fernandes.

After more than 10 000 copies were delivered in less than two months, she released Fragmen, her sixteenth solo album, which was rated Platinum on June 30. Fragmen won two awards from 2014 Anugerah Planet Muzik in the category of Best Female Artiste and Best Song (Malaysia), two months later. The Indonesian version of Fragmen was officially launched and released at Artotel, Central Jakarta, on October 21. "Seluruh Cinta" was the official duet with Cakra Khan. She also embarked on a 5-day promotional trip to Indonesia, where she appeared on MNCTV, RCTI, Global TV, NET, and MNCTV. This is an affiliate link on SCTV.

On November, she received three separate awards — "National Icon" from Inaugural Malaysia Women of Excellence Awards 2014, and "Asian Music Legend" from the 2014 Top Asia Corporate Ball — all in 2011. She received three awards out of eight nominations for "Lebih Indah" and Best Album for Fragmen on December 6th. She gained the coveted title on "Lebih Indah" for the twelfth time since she first entered the Malaysian music industry.

She is one of the inaugural recipients of Anugurah Negara from the Peninsular Malay Students Federation on December 18th. (GPMS). She was announced the winner of three awards from the 2014 World Music Awards – Best Female Malay Artist, World's Best Malay Live Act, and World's Best Malay Entertainer.

She appeared on Singapore's Eve of 2015 as one of the guest artists on Celebrity SG50, which celebrated Singapore's 50th anniversary of independence. In addition, 2015 marked her 20th year in Malaysia's entertainment industry after winning the 1995 RTM Bintang HMI singing competition. On the 7th of April 2015, Istana Budaya held a one-night only acoustic concert to commemorate the event. Reviewers and commentators alike lauded Titled Dato' Siti Nurhaliza Unplugged 2015, which sold out days before the concert date and her vocal appearances and overall concert. Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, a former Malaysian prime minister, and others who have supported her through the years included Adnan Abu Hassan, her mentor, and former Prime Minister Perpetu's. The concert was released in various formats, including CD and DVD, two months later, with three additional tracks accompanying the Unplugged album's CD release. Era FM and Raku (a radio station subsidiary of Astro) gifted her a special commemoration song to commemorate her twentieth year in the industry. It was named "Inspiration" (Inspiration), and it was performed by Faizal Tahir and Hafiz Suip.

She recorded and performed "Nenjae Ezhu," A. R. Rahman's first Tamil song for the opening of International Superstar 2015, a global Indian singing competition. Siti was named in the 2016 edition of The 500 Most Influential Muslims in October. She presented an award with Cakra Khan from Indonesia in the category of Best Collaboration (Artiste) for their duet, "Seluruh Cinta" from Anugerah Planet Muzik's 2015 iteration. Konsert Satu Suara, Vol., embarked on her second concert at Istana Budaya in 2015 on November 7 and 8. 2. The two-day concert, which was accompanied by Hetty Koes Endang (Indonesia) and Ramli Sarip (Singapore), raised more than RM 650 000 from tickets alone, was a commercial success.

During the two-day concert, rumors of her pregnancy arose. Although she refused to endorse or deny the allegations, she finally revealed on her personal Instagram account on December 1 that she suffered a miscarriage after two months of pregnancy. "I don't want to deny the news of my pregnancy," she wrote in the blog, "this gift was too new and fragile, I was just waiting for the right time." On the same day, she was announced to be one of Malaysia's best Asian artists on Spotify's annual Year in Music list. She was invited to Indonesia for the top 8 of Dangdut Academy Asia (D'Academy Asia), a Nusantara-wide dangdut singing competition starring contestants from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei.

Siti had a whizzling year in 2016 as she was involved in a new company line, major concert, and several new music launches. She returned to Indonesia in January 2016 on the same day she performed for Konser Raya 21 Indosiar Untuk Indonesia's 37th birthday. Creación by Siti Nurhaliza, she launched the debut of her own ready-to-wear fashion line for women in March, following the success of Simplysiti, her own makeup and skincare line. She was heavily involved in the creation and appearance of the Malaysian hijab brand Ariani and Malaysian textile company Jakel. Siti Nurhaliza & Friends Concert at Stadium Negara was held on Saturday, April 2nd. The highly acclaimed concert, sponsored by Yonder Music and Celcom, attracted more than 7,000 people. In addition to the concert, she performed her digital duet "Memories" with American artist Whitney Houston. She performed over 20 songs during the two-hour performance, and she was joined by several Malaysian and Indonesian guests, including Anggun, Afgansyah Reza, Jaclyn Victor, and Faizal Tahir. Overall, Dato Siti Nurhaliza & Friends Concert received positive feedback and feedback from critics and concert reviewers.

She released "Hari Kemenangan," a special single for Eid al-Fitr, on June 20th, after she last performed in 2006. "Dirgahayu" was announced on August 12th, Faizal Tahir's duet. The song is featured as the theme tune for Lara Aishah, a 100-episode Malaysian translation of Mexican telenovela La Loba's 100-episode Malaysian rendition of Mexican telenovela La Loba. The song was released on November 4th as one of Faizal Tahir's fourth solo album, Anatomi. Its music video premiered as the backdrop during the song's live performance at Anugar Muzik Industri Muzik. She was the most nominated artist of the event with seven nominations in six categories on Sunday at the 22nd Anugerah Industri Muzik. She was the 22nd Anugerah Industri Muzik's top performer, and her live album Unplugged and its singles enabled her to win several major categories, including her first Best Nasyid Song with "Mikraj Cinta" and the fan-voted Choice Malaysia Singer. "Menatap dalam Mimpi," a tribute to her father, received Best Musical Arrangement in a Song and her 13th Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Female). Unplugged also won her seventh Best Album.

SimetriSiti, her seventeenth solo album, was released on May 10, 2017, after receiving more than 300 songs to shortlist and include in her new album since November 2016. The 10-track album featured collaborations with Malaysian rapper Joe Flizzow and Indonesian singer Judika, citing an estimated cost of RM100,000.

She revealed that she was four-month pregnant with her first child at the age of 38 after 11 years of marriage. She said that the announcement is crucial to explain her inactivity a few months ahead and that her personal life is the primary focus. "Dirgahayu" was named Best Duo/Group from 2017 Anugerah Planet Muzik in Singapore a day later on October 14th. Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang named her "Darjah Kebesaran Sri Sultan Ahmad Shah Pahang" less than a week later (SSAP), and she would be addressed with the honorific name "Dato' Sri" from "Dato' Sri" from here onwards. For the third year in a row, she was included in The 500 Most Influential Muslims in November 2017. She was named Most Streamed Local Artist in Malaysia by Spotify in December.

Siti's return to the music industry after a brief hiatus to concentrate on her pregnancy was a highlight of 2018. "Comel Pipi Merah," she recorded on March 5th, in anticipation of the birth of her first child. Hora Horey Didi & Friends, a Malaysian animation festival, was released on March tenth. Siti performed "Mak Iti" alongside a new song that was also recorded by Siti for the animation, while Siti sang "Oh Nana." She gave birth to her first child by caesarean section nine days later on March 19th. Fatimah Az-Zahra, a daughter of Islamic prophet Muhammad, was briefly identified as a daughter. Siti Aafiyah "Siti Nurhaliza Reveals Daughters Name" was officially named on March 25th. "Siti Nurhaliza Reveal First Child Name" means to be safe and well-in everything. At her home, she participated in aqiqah and tahnik ceremonies. After a few months of work, she released a new duet single with Malaysian singer Khai Bahar in June 2018. "Comel Pipi Merah" a rerecorded version of "Comel Pipi Merah" "Cinta Syurga" is a slow song with Islamic zikir elements incorporated. Both versions of the songs were commercially successful. "Comel Pipi Merah" and "Cinta Syurga" were later certified platinum and gold respectively, which was later confirmed.

She revealed in late July that she and Faizal Tahir had been chosen as regular judges for the inaugural season of Big Stage, a singing competition for rising new Malaysian singers. Just days before, she was reported to be working on a new single that was written by Malaysian singer Hael Husaini for the September 2018 release. "Anta Permana" was released on September 21, 1989. "Anta Permana," a single with both modern and classical elements, was well-received and was awarded 11 times platinum in less than a year. Judika "Kisah Ku Inginkan," a SimetriSiti singer, won Best Collaboration (Artiste) from the 2018 Anugerah Planet Muzik in Singapore on September 28. She returned to Japan on October 4th to represent Malaysia at the second ASEAN-Japan Music Festival in Japan. This was also her second appearance at the music festival after representing Malaysia for the same event in 2013. She was ranked in the top 100 Most Influential Muslims for the fourth year in a row in the same month. Spofity named her as Malaysia's Most Streamed Local Artists for the second year in a row in early December.

Siti's 2019 was a whizney for her solo shows, expansion of her cosmetics company, and a number of new songs. On January 6, she appeared on Malaysian television shopping show Go Shop as the spokesperson for cookware company Vantage, a new sales record was set for the program. She was able to sell 22,000 units of her special edition cookware etched with her signature for RM369 per unit in just two hours. She sold RM8 million worth of special edition cookware at a rate of RM67,000 per minute. During her 40th birthday on January 11, five days later, her name and her birthday hashtag were trending topics among Malaysian Twitter followers. Multiple Malaysian radio stations also paid tribute to her birthday by arranging various special programs and segments to commemorate her birthday. She first revealed herself in December 2018 on the Dato's Siti Nurhaliza On Tour to Indonesia on February 2nd, Singapore, and Malaysia on March 16th. It is the most expensive concert by a Malaysian artist, despite the production cost of RM10 million. On March 16, Axiata Arena, the tour's last stop for the tour in Malaysia, attracted 12,000 people. On May 31, Siti's "Ikhlas," a special Eid al-Fitr single starring Siti, Indonesian singer Nissa Sabyan and Singaporean singer Taufik Batisah, was released. It is the first of its kind, where singers from three nations perform together an Eid al-Fitr song in a special partnership between Apple Music and Universal Music Malaysia. "Kasihku Selamanya," the theme song to Dendam Pontianak's romantic-horror film, was released on July 10th. Siti took the time to finish recording her vocals for the song. After nearly ten years in Malaysia, she returned to Indonesia to launch and promote Simplysiti on August 8th. For the second season of Big Stage, she reprised her role as a regular judge. She appeared at Shopee X Simplysiti mini concert at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre on September 14th, where more than 1,000 people were in attendance. She also launched Beausiti, her first health drink, at the mini concert.

Siti Nurhaliza launched a fund on April 15, 2020 to support frontliners and people in Malaysia's coronavirus outbreak. Dana PKP (Peduli, Kemanusiaan, Prihatin) Fund [Siti Nurhaliza PKP [Care, Humanity, Concern] Fund] is funded by the program. As the Movement Control Order (MCO) is pushed forward, Siti said that the set target will be enlarged and carried on, and that other forms of assistance will be provided out. She is confident that everyone will help fight the pandemic. Peduli (Care), Kemanusiaan (Humanity), and Prihatin (Concern). The Siti Nurhaliza PKP Fund has been deregistered. The Peduli (Care) category provides assistance to hospitals and equipment that deal with the pandemic. It also has funds for the production of PPE, nose and throat gloves, gloves, and other parts. Individuals and families who have lost their jobs, including families with disabilities or severe illness, will be categorized under the Kemanusiaan (Humanity) category. Last but not least is the Prihatin (Concern) category, in which assistance to the homeless and charities will be provided during Ramadan and Syawal. In just two weeks, the recently launched fund has amassed a jaw-dropping RM114,711 to just two weeks. Siti confirmed that the fund raised RM78,625 in just five days, and Siti's Live concert on YouTube, which aired for nearly two hours on April 18, raised funds amounting to RM29,803.

ManifestaSITI2020, Siti Nurhaliza's 18th studio album, was published on July 3, 2020. The album's launch was originally expected to be published in April 2020 but due to the COVID-19 pandemic and national quarantine to combat the deadly coronavirus. ManifestaSITI2020 features 11 songs, with six of them being released as singles earlier. With the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), the Malaysian music industry was resurgent when celebrated Malaysian music figure Dato Sri Siti Nurhaliza's latest album titled ManifestaSITI2020 was released on July 3rd. Local music fans supported her album, as well as a warm response for both digital platforms and physical album sales. On July 21, 2020, the legendary singer also performed 'Manifestival Siti Nurhaliza x HotKool.' The interactive 360-degree concert in Malaysia, inspired by previous concerts in Korea and Thailand, and Dato Siti Nurhaliza, the first artist to be involved in a large-scale online concert.

Siti announced her pregnancy with a second child on December 1, 2020. On Tuesday, the well-known Malaysian singer took to Instagram to share the good news with her 7.9 million followers. Siti revealed that she was four months pregnant in the article, which she wrote in Malay. She had three black and white photographs of her baby bump cradling her baby bump. Siti Afiyah, the girl's first child, later said she underwent the same In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedure she underwent with her first child. Siti also launched Beautéssence & BeauNest, two new items that are part of the BeauSiti X WonderLab collaboration on YouTube Live on the same day.

She was named as one of the Forbes Asia Top 100 Digital Stars Most Influential Asian Pacific Celebrities for her advocacy during the Covid-19 pandemic alongside International celebrities like Blackpink, BTS, and Shah Rukh Khan. The inaugural 100 Digital Stars List from Forbes Asia highlights 100 musicians, bands, and television stars from around Asia's Southeast Asia, which have taken over the digital world by storm. Forbes Asia's special focus in 2020 is celebrities who, despite cancelled physical appearances and performances, maintained their fame and influence, mainly by using social media to engage with their followers, raise hopes, and inspire optimism. Many people, especially those with a Covid-19 focus, also used their celebrity to benefit worthy causes.

Siti will be one of the few international celebrities to be a member of the Adelaide Festival Centre's Walk of Fame on December 22nd. Since receiving the most online votes last year, the singer was selected from among the eleven artists who appeared at the center last year. Siti is the first South East Asian & Malaysian to have her name chosen for immortalization at Adelaide's Festival Center Walk of Fame.

Siti, a mother of 1 and 2, a mother of two, talked about her IVF experience in a video entitled Chapter 42: My IVF Story on getting her second child. Since it showed the hospitalizations that Siti underwent when pregnant with her second child, viewers became interested.

Siti Aafiyah's third birthday (19 March), BeauSiti, Wonder Lab & Cuckoo, organized an event on 2 Legacy, which took place on March 18th. She held an early birthday party for her daughter as well as a few important announcements about her debut of "Medley Klasik Siti" at the time. Siti received several awards from Universal Music Malaysia, including a Gold Award for her SimetriSiti album (for Anta Permana single), a Gold Award (for Comel Pipi Merah single), and a 2nd Platinum Digital Award (Aku Bidadari Syurgamu single). Siti launched Vantage Siti Series 2021 and Siti Nurhaliza Special Edition Dinner Set under Siti Collection earlier this month as the Vantage Brand Ambassador.

Siti Nurhaliza celebrated her 25th anniversary in the music industry on April 1, 2021, with the hashtag JubilSITI25 and the tagline 25 Years of Siti Nurhaliza. The 42-year-old singer, who has released 29 albums in her 25 years as a musician, has released a new album that includes children's songs, fitting her little one's appearance. The album contains seven tracks as well as two additional lullabies. Six of the songs are classic children's songs that have been rearranged and will have slightly different lyrics. Bintang Kecil, Burung Kakak Tua, Buai Laju-Laju, Tepuk Amai-Amai, and Suriram are among them. Some numbers will be converted into medley numbers. Anakku Sayangku, Tan Sri P. Ramlee's most popular song, Anakku Sazali, has been included on the album, as well as two songs composed by Siti Afwa [2021]. Siti released the album in early March 2021, the first month of her pregnancy.

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Siti released a limited edition gold wafer on April 7, 2021, ahead of Siti's full attention on her second child, and a partnership between CTDK Holdings Sdn Bhd, SimplySiti [SimplySiti] Siti Nurhaliza Production (M) Sdn. At the Islamic Arts Museum in Malaysia, Bhd and the Malaysian Islamic Economic Development Foundation (YaPEIM) are on display.

Siti welcomed her second child via a caesarean section, which she revealed via her official Instagram on April 19th. She names her son Muhammad Afwa officially, indicating forgiving during aqiqah and tahnik services at her house on April 26.

Siti Nurhaliza and NurJiwa Foundation & CTDK Holdings announce the launch of the NurJiwa Special Assistance Fund, the continuation and enhancement of the Siti Nurhaliza PKP Fund's current special assistance, namely the Palestinian Special Assistance Fund and Covid-19.

The initiative is divided into three groups: Firstly, the initiative is divided into three key areas: forestry, education, and research.


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