Dato’ Sri Siti Nurhaliza
Dato’ Sri Siti Nurhaliza is one of Malaysia’s most legendary singers; she has received over 200 awards during the span of her career. She was chosen to perform during the closing ceremony of 1998 Commonwealth Games in front of Queen Elizabeth II and her consort, Prince Philip.
In 2005, Siti became the first Southeast Asian singer, and third Asian singer to perform a solo concert at the Royal Albert Hall while being backed by the London Symphony Orchestra.
She was listed second by MTV Asia in Asia's Best Musical Artiste and Channel V's Biggest Asian Artiste in 2005. Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza’s success in the Asian region has gained her honorific titles including "Voice of Asia” and "Asia's Celine Dion”.
Dato Sri Siti Nurhaliza has released 17 studio albums to date, the latest being ‘SimetriSiti’. In 2018, she released the wildly popular ‘Comel Pipi Merah’, dedicated to her newborn daughter Siti Aafiyah, and ‘Anta Permana’ in October 2018.