Siti Nurhaliza

Siti Nurhaliza
Siti Nurhaliza

Siti Nurhaliza attending an event for SimplySiti on July 10, 2011 at The Mall, Delima, Brunei.
Background information
Birth name Siti Nurhaliza binti Tarudin
Born January 11, 1979 (1979-01-11) (age 32)
Temerloh, Pahang, Malaysia
Genres Irama Malaysia, pop, soft rock, pop rock, R&B, dance-pop
Occupations Singer, songwriter, record producer, businesswoman, actress, television presenter, writer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1995–present
Labels Suria Records (1995–present)
Siti Nurhaliza Productions (2006–present)
What's Up Entertainment (2011-present)
Universal Music (2011-present)
Associated acts Krisdayanti, M. Nasir, Noraniza Idris, Too Phat

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Siti Nurhaliza's signature

Dato',[1] or occasionally Datin Seri,[2] Siti Nurhaliza binti Tarudin DIMP, JSM, SAP, PMP, AAP [3] (Jawi: سيتي نورهاليز بنت تارودين [ˈsiti nʊrhaˈliza ˈbinti taˈrudɪn]; born 11 January 1979)[3] is a Malaysian singer, songwriter, record producer, television presenter and businesswoman. To date, she has garnered more than 200 local awards as well as international awards. She rose to fame as a multiple-platinum selling artist, since her winning of Bintang HMI 1995 when she was only 16 where she was given offers in form of singing contract from four different international recording companies.[4] Her first single, Jerat Percintaan from her debut album won the 11th Anugerah Juara Lagu and another two awards for Best Performance and Best Ballad.[5]

She has won an unprecedented number of music awards in Malaysia and its environs[6]: 34 Anugerah Industri Muzik awards, 22 Anugerah Bintang Popular awards, 21 Anugerah Planet Muzik awards, 18 Anugerah Juara Lagu awards, four MTV Asia Awards and the holder of two records in the Malaysian Book of Records. Backed with 14 studio albums, she is one of the most popular artistes in the Malay Archipelago and Nusantara region and she has been voted ten times in a row for Regional Most Popular Artiste in the Anugerah Planet Muzik since 2001. Currently, she has been listed as one of Malaysia's richest,[7] most-influential,[8] most award-winning, most single-produced artists.[9]

In 2005, she was listed second by MTV Asia in Asia's Best Musical Artiste[10] and Channel V's Biggest Asian Artiste.[10] In 2008, she was named as one of Asia's Idol by Asia News Network.[11]


Early life

Early childhood (1983–1995)

Siti was born on January 11, 1979 in Berek Polis Kg. Awah, Temerloh where she is the fourth child in a family of eight siblings to Tarudin Ismail and Siti Salmah Bachik.[12] She comes from a musically inclined family; her brother, Saiful Bahri Tarudin, and her sisters Siti Norsaida and Siti Saerah are also singers.[13] Her grandfather was a famous violinist, and her mother was a famous local traditional singer.

From the age of 13, she followed her uncle to invitational shows like wedding ceremonies and dinner parties to give her exposure performing live,[14] where she was well received by the local community. During her childhood she was involved in various school activities, including sports and class speeches. Siti Nurhaliza attended pre-school at the Sekolah Tabika Perkep, Balai Polis Kampung Awah, Temerloh. Here she showed her early singing talent at the age of six when she sang "Sirih Pinang", a Malay traditional song, at her kindergarten's end of year event. She attended primary school at Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan Clifford and followed up her secondary education at Sekolah Menengah Clifford, Kuala Lipis, Pahang.[15]

She was an athlete in school and active in sports[15] and this showed when at the opening ceremony of the Fiesta Media Idola 2006 in Kuantan she was a torch bearer to light the games of the Fiesta, together with actress Fasha Sandha.[16]

Career beginnings and musical success

Early commercial success (1995–1996)

Siti Nurhaliza's family performed at many local ceremonies in their hometown, such as weddings. At the age of 12, Siti began to learn traditional songs from her mother and went on performing that genre of music during special occasions and events.

She also was the vocalist for 'Family Group', a small band founded by her uncle, Abdul Rahim Bachik. She started to improvise her singing skills by participating in numerous local singing competitions before ultimately at the age of 16, she finally competed in the 1995 RTM Bintang HMI competition where she auditioned with a song made famous by Ruth Sahanaya, Kaulah Segalanya.[17] While in the competition, she met Adnan Abu Hassan, music composer who tutored and helped her with her vocal performance, before she ultimately winning the contest with the song by Aishah, Camar Yang Pulang.[17] She was granted a contract with Suria Records after making a decision over four offers from different international recording companies, including offers from Sony Music, BMG Music and Warner Music.[4] In 1996, Suria Records released her first self-titled album, Siti Nurhaliza,[12] and the first single, Jerat Percintaan won the 11th Anugerah Juara Lagu and another two awards for Best Performance and Best Ballad[5] in addition to her quadruple winnings in Anugerah Bintang Popular for Most Popular Television Entertainer, Most Popular Female Singer, Most Popular Teen Artiste and overall winner, Most Popular Star.[18]

Career development (1996–1998)

Her second album that managed to promote her to Indonesia, where 500,000 units sold came from Indonesian market alone.[19]

In 1997, Siti started to be a well known figure in Indonesia's music industry when her story appeared in one of the most popular magazines in Indonesia, POS Kota, in April 1997's edition.[20] Siti was assumed as a great figure because it was difficult for foreign artists to break through in Indonesian's music industry if the artist has less to offer compared to their own artists.[20] Siti was also said to be the first Malaysian singer to hold a live concert on Indosiar, a popular television station in Indonesia and it was televised nationwide.[20] Siti has became one of the most influential artists in Indonesia and she held a series of big scale concerts in Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta and many more cities over the next few years.[21] In the same year, she won Best New Artist and Best Song (Jerat Percintaan) from Anugerah Industri Muzik.[6]

In 1998, at the early age of 19, she launched her own company on January 12, Siti Nurhaliza Productions (M) Sdn. Bhd. which acts as the official management production to handle and manage her schedule.[3] Siti made her first and biggest appearance on the international stage during the 1998 Commonwealth Games which was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Siti shared the same stage with two international stars Céline Dion and Rod Stewart to entertain the crowd during the closing ceremony.[22] The ceremony was televised in 70 nations worldwide, which led her to become known in the international arena for the first time. In November of the same year, she was invited to perform in Japan for five days at the Pop Queen Festival, also known as Saga Fiesta '98.[23]

Early international stardom (1999–2005)

Siti Nurhaliza attending the red carpet ceremony of the MTV Asia Aid 2005 in Bangkok on February 3, 2005.

On December 1999, Siti received her first international winning from an international singing competition when she took part in 'Shanghai Music Festival 1999' that was held in China, where she managed to win the Gold Award. She was also invited in 2000[24] and 2002[25] for the same competition as featuring artiste.[25] In the same year earlier in May, she took part in 'South Pacific International Song and Singing Competition 1999' held in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia and she won the Pop Winner title beating contestants from all over South Pacific and 'Top 40 for International Song' category through her single, We'll Be As One.[26] Siti also managed to catch the juries' attention with her vocal prowess,[27] that finally led her to be awarded with the Best Female Vocal Performance with the same single even though the single was judged by cassette tape/compact disc sent by her recording company to the organizer and not through live performance.[27] For the next few years, Siti took part in 'Voice of Asia 2002' which was held in Kazakhstan where she performed one of her signature singles, Purnama Merindu and managed to grab the Grand Prix Champion title, the ultimate prize.[26][28]

Siti was the first non-Chinese artiste to be invited to perform at the 15th Golden Melody Awards, Taiwan in 2004. Apart from performing solo with 征服 (Charming) cover of Na Ying's single,[29] she also sang a duet with Leehom Wang in a song called 月亮代表我的心 (The Moon Represents My Heart) which is a cover of the late Teresa Teng.[29][30] She also appeared on a half hour special program by Azio TV during her brief four days in Taipei.[29] Siti made her third appearance on MTV Asia Awards in 2004, where she performed with Gareth Gates, the runner up from the first series of England version of Idol, Pop Idol, in a song originally by Gareth's himself, 'Say It Isn't So'.

In 2005, she was dubbed as The Voice of Asia, when Alicia Keys first introduced her with the title during the MTV Asia Aid in 2005 held in Bangkok, Thailand due to her powerful vocal, and her outstanding achievements locally and internationally.[31] In the same year, Siti held a successful solo concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London in April 2005, although the majority of the audience were Malaysians living in the United Kingdom and Malaysians who had traveled just to see the concert. British press called her as Asia's Celine Dion due to her powerful vocal and outstanding performances.[32][33][34] During the concert, she was backed by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Indonesian maestro, Erwin Gutawa where the concert was even attended by the Sultan and Sultanah of Pahang and royal families from Brunei.[35] In 2005 also, Channel V has listed her as the Second Biggest Asian Artist due to her great achievements whereas the Taiwanese singer, Jay Chou is on the top of the list.[10][33] Coincidentally, MTV Asia also rated her as the Second Asia's Best Musical Artist, also behind the same Taiwanese artiste, Jay Chou.[10]

Datukship and Transkripsi (2006–2007)

Siti's eleventh studio album, Transkripsi, was released in April 2006 and contained contributions from producers and composers from Indonesia like Erin Gutawa, Melly Goeslow and Glenn and Malaysians, like Aubrey Suwito, Cat Farish, Jenny Chin, Firdaus Mahmud, Mac Chew, Yasin and Damian VE.[36][37] Transkripsi became the year's best album after winning the Best Pop Album and Best Album categories in the Anugerah Industri Muzik.[38][39] It also received praises before by critics as one of her best albums ever produced[40][41] and the album released was her debut attempt of producing an album under her own production company.[37][42]

Siti Nurhaliza (in white) with fellow Malaysian singers during Konsert Suara Hati Sudirman Arshad in 2007.

On October 24, 2006, she was conferred as "Datuk" after receiving the title of Darjah Indera Mahkota Pahang (DIMP) from the Sultan of Pahang, Sultan Ahmad Shah on his 76th birthday along with designers, Bernard Chandran and Dayang Tom Abang Saufi.[1][43]

In 2007, She made her first appearance at the Grammy Award for the red carpet session on February 11, 2007 where she was the first Malaysian to walk the red carpet.[44] On April 20 and April 21, 2007, Siti performed at the successful Konsert Istana Cinta Nostalgia, which was a tribute concert for the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee & Puan Sri Saloma at Istana Budaya, Kuala Lumpur. The concert featured popular songs composed by Tan Sri P. Ramlee himself, performed by Siti and other invited artistes.[45] Before this, Siti was also invited to perform a tribute concert for the late Sudirman Hj Arshad, also at Istana Budaya, Kuala Lumpur in 2002. On April 30, 2007, she garnered 4 nominations in the Anugerah Industri Muzik including Best Pop Album (Transkripsi), Best Vocal Female Performance In An Album (Transkripsi), Best Music Video (Bisakah) and Best Cover for an Album (Transkripsi).[39] Out of these, she won two: Best Pop Album and Best Album for Transkripsi.[38] She also received five nominations from Anugerah Planet Muzik 2007 for two categories that were voted by fans from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore – Most Popular Female Artist and Most Popular Song (Biarlah Rahsia) and three categories that were judged by professional juries and judges – Best Female Artist, Best Song (Biarlah Rahsia) and Best Album.[46] She won three out of five – Most Popular Female Artist, Best Female Artist and Best Song.[47]

Hadiah Daripada Hati and other works (2007–2008)

Siti Nurhaliza backstage during Konsert Suara Hati Sudirman Arshad, a tribute concert in April 2007.

2007 showed Siti's participation on soundtracks for films where she recorded two songs for two different films where she sung Menanti Pasti and Hati for Kayangan and 1957: Hati Malaya respectively. However, only the song Hati was included in her twelfth studio album, Hadiah Daripada Hati[48] and also received the award of Best Original Theme Song from Anugerah Festival Filem Malaysia ke-21 (21st Malaysian Film Festival) in 2008.[49] Siti performed as Azizah, P. Ramlee's mysterious lover, in the musical 'Remy ... Kisah P. Ramlee (Remy ... The Story of P. Ramlee), which is a tribute to the late P. Ramlee, staged at Istana Budaya from October 19 to November 3, 2007.[50]

Siti's twelfth studio album Hadiah Daripada Hati was released on December 10, 2007. Siti released the Latin-influenced pop song Ku Mahu as the first single of this album and it was featured as the opening theme song for a drama called Spa-Q.[51] Melawan Kesepian was her second single and was the first track of this album to have a video clip. The song was a remake of a hit that was once popularized by an Indonesian band called Jikustik.[52] Hadiah Daripada Hati came under criticism from the press when it was released. Critics said it was a moderate performance from Siti Nurhaliza and was not on the same par as her previous album Transkripsi, which was touted as the best album she had ever made.[53][54] But these criticisms were rebutted when Hadiah Daripada Hati received five nominations in the 15th edition of AIM including Best Pop Album, Song of The Year, Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female), Best Arrangement and Best Album Cover making Siti the second nominee with the most nominations after newcomer Faizal Tahir.[55][56] Out of five categories including three multiple nominations for Best Arrangement category,[56] the album earned her three awards for Best Pop Album, Best Musical Arrangement in a Song (Malay) for the song Cintamu as well as her ninth Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) in which she had lost to Jaclyn Victor the previous year.[57] Her acting debut in the musical 'Remy... The Story of P. Ramlee' also saw the debut of her third single Mulanya Cinta, which was created by Dick Lee, a Singaporean composer.[58] Siti has also became one the most frequently searched persons on Google by Malaysian Google users, according to Google's 2007 Malaysia Year-End Zeitgeist, beating celebrities like Paris Hilton and Britney Spears.[59]

In January 2008, she was cited as one of the Asia's Idols by Asia News Network for her exemplary achievements and gaining the status as the icon of Malaysian entertainment.[11] and on March 21, 2008, Siti held one of her first solo acoustic concert at the Esplanade Theatre in Singapore. The concert was called Diari Hati (A Diary of Her Heart). She performed numbers of hits from her latest album, Hadiah Daripada Hati and previous albums.

Lentera Timur (2008)

On 26 December 2008, was the release date of her 13th album, Lentera Timur, her most recent traditional contemporary album, Irama Malaysia (her fourth Ethnic Creative album) since her third one, Sanggar Mustika in 2002.[60] She commented that the album has more modern and contemporary songs unlike her usual traditional genre.[61] Siti also worked with renowned composers like M. Nasir and Indonesia's Katon Bagaskara. Nine out of 13 songs (which all was created and composed under three days) that have been chosen came from a songwriting workshop, Cipta Ekspress – Berirama Malaysia. The event which was organized by Malaysian Authors Copyright Protection (MACP) was specially organized to find the materials for the album.[60] Despite of the poor sale due to the lack of promotions, the quality of the album has never been denied.[62] As in Anugerah Industri Muzik 16, Lentera Timur grabbed top awards, Best Pop Ethnic and later on honoured Album Of The Year in AIM 16. She also took home Best Female Vocal trophy for the song ' Di Taman Teman '. She was not present at the award ceremony as she went to Mecca to perform Umrah with her family.[63]

Siti has also recorded two songs for the soundtrack for an Indonesian film, Perempuan Berkalong Sorban. One of the songs recorded are cover of Opick's Ketika Cinta and also a new song, Batasku Asaku which was written by Siti herself.[64] Both songs were included in her fourteenth album, Tahajjud Cinta.[62]

In the same year, her wealth is said to have reached RM 50 Million by MTV Asia and was named one of the millionaires in entertainment in South East Asia.[7]

SATU, Tahajjud Cinta and CTKD (2009)

On February 15, her father, Taruddin Ismail 67, died at 11.50 AM, after a heart bypass operation days before does not show any improvement, leaving seven children, and 10 grandchildren behind.[65][66] She announced a 40-day state of mourning for her father and put singing activity on hold, except for Konsert Malam Sinar Maulidur Rasul 1430 Hijrah (1430 Hegira Special Mawlid Night Concert).[67] Months after the loss, Siti's back to business where she announced her major three days concert at the prestigious Istana Budaya, SATU Konsert Eksklusif Dato' Siti Nurhaliza. It began its run on June 26, 2009 in Kuala Lumpur. The tickets were sold out weeks before the debut night.[68] The concert received compliments from critics, and the show was attended by distinguished people such as region well-known artistes like Krisdayanti and Rossa from Indonesia to name some. A month before the concert, she bagged her ninth consecutive award of Most Popular Malaysian Artist 0f 2009 and also the Regional Most Popular Artist 0f 2009 from Anugerah Planet Muzik 2009,[69][70] beating another 11 contestants where each country, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore has four representatives based on SMS votes.[71]

In March, Siti revealed that she would begin work on her next album later in the year. Apparently, the idea came about while Siti was taking part in an Erma Fatima theater production, Sirah Junjungan. She also stated that, this will be her first attempt at spiritual songs and she plans to release the album for the holy month Ramadan of 2009 known as Tahajjud Cinta. Later, Siti and fellow friend, Indonesian singer, Krisdayanti have planned to produce a duet album featuring eight duets where Siti will choose four Malaysian compositions while Krisdayanti will pick the other four from Indonesia.[68] The album was released on December 28 in Malaysia[72] and January 27 in Indonesia,[73] under the name CTKD where it is an abbreviation with double meaning where it stands as the acronyms for the combination of both singers names, CT and KD, and also as the whole title of the album, which is Canda (Joke), Tangis (Cry), Ketawa (Laugh) and Duka (Sad).[73]

Konsert Satu Suara is her first attempt of producing concert for other artistes under her own company, Siti Nurhaliza Productions (M) Sdn. Bhd.[74]

In July, her skill as a former ambassador for the Malaysian Red Crescent Society was put to the test when she and a panel doctor of Media Prima performed a Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on the late Yasmin Ahmad when she fell unconscious during a presentation in a meeting in TV3's headquarter[75][76] and in August, Siti was given a privileged of her own channel on Astro at Channel 188, Channel Siti for 28 hours on 30 August 2009 which has broadcasted her concert in June of the same year, SATU Konsert Eksklusif Dato' Siti Nurhaliza, her previous concert which was held at Bukit Jalil, the Siti's Fantasia Tour concert in 2004 and some of her music videos.[77]

Bagaikan Sakti and SimplySiti (2010-2011)

Siti's most recent concert was Konsert Bagaikan Sakti which was held in Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore alongside Malaysian producer-composer-songwriter, M. Nasir which also was broadcasted live through Astro Box Office Events (Channel 955) on January 1, and the repeat show from 2nd till 10 January.[78] Her own company, Siti Nurhaliza Productions (M) Sdn. Bhd. has also produced a concert for two Malaysian award winning artists, Faizal Tahir and Aizat entitled Konsert Satu Suara which was accompanied by Simfoni Orkestra Kebangsaan (National Orchestra Symphony) on February 12 until 14th at Istana Budaya.[79] On March 25, she received her first award of the year, Anugerah Artis Contoh HIP TV 2009 (HIP TV Role Model Artist Award 2009)[80] defeating four other candidates based on votes from viewers through short message service (SMS).[81] On March 30, she launched her own beauty and cosmetic products under the name SimplySiti. The products underwent research and development in Korea, and are incorporated with Nanotechnology before receiving approval of Halal status by JAKIM.[82] 6 days later, she received her 13th consecutive award of Penyanyi Wanita Paling Popular 2009 (Most Popular Female Singer 2009) and the overall category award, Bintang Paling Popular 2009 (Most Popular Artist of 2009) from Anugerah Bintang Popular Bintang Harian 2009 with votes from over 225 300 votes from the readers of Berita Harian. The latter one is her seventh time winning the same accolade.[83]

SimplySiti logo.

On April 21, Siti won herself another two awards based on popular votes through SMS service from Anugerah Pilihan Pembaca Media Hiburan (APPMH) 2009/10 (Media Hiburan Readers' Choice Awards 2009/10). She won the award for Artis Wanita Berkulit Cantik 2009/10 (Female Artist With A Flawless Skin 2009/10) and special piece of the ceremony, Anugerah Khas APPMH 2009/10 (Special Award of APPMH 2009/10).[84][85] In addition, on May 2, she won herself her sixth and seventh awards of 2010 from Anugerah Industri Muzik (AIM) ke-17 2010 (17th Malaysian Music Industry Awards 2010) where she bagged two vocal awards, Persembahan Vokal Terbaik Dalam Lagu (Wanita) (Best Vocal Performance In A Song (Female)) through her single, Ku Percaya Ada Cinta and Persembahan Vokal Berkumpulan Dalam Lagu (Best Group Vocal Performance In A Song) through her single, Amarah from her collaboration album with Indonesian artiste, Krisdayanti, CTKD. This is her 11th time winning Best Vocal Performance out of 17 years history of AIM, creating a record of her own.[86][87] She also won another two awards from local fashion magazine, EH! voted by users through online and mail poles, Anugerah Stail EH! 2010 (EH!'s 2010 Style Awards) for the category of Selebriti Pencapaian Terbaik (Celebrity with the Best Achievements) and Selebriti Contoh (Role Model Celebrity) on July 21.[88]

Less than two months after being commercialized since late March, her skincare products range, SimplySiti received "The Best Halal Product" under Cosmetic category by Halal Journal Magazine.[89] and 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 range, for Most Promising Brand and another one for herself, first time introduced in 2011, The BrandLaureate Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah SME’s Women of The Year 2010 which was presented by Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah, wife of Malaysia's fourth Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir herself.[90] She also received Inspiration Woman Award from Association of Malaysian and Indonesian Journalists (ISWAMI) on January 29.[91]

SITI, All Your Love and History Channel (2011)

Siti Nurhaliza with her husband, Datuk Seri Khalid and her stepson, Adib Khalid at the launching of All Your Love.

She also hosted her own talk show programe, SITI, which with 13 episodes, encompassing four main segments – V.I.P. Siti, Sentuhan Kasih (Caring Touch), Siti’s Perspective and Siti’s Symphony with the first episode aried on February 12.[92]

In early March 2011, she announced that she is working on her first full English album, entitled All Your Love[93] which was produced by her own stepson's production team What’s Up Entertainment, with all the songs written and produced by Australian singers, Christian Alexanda and Bryan Bouro[94] and released on September 26 with her first English single, Falling In Love debuted at a concert in UiTM where she also expressed her interest to further her study in that university.[95] Two out of ten tracks from the album, Remember You and I Wait Forever were a duet between her and Sean Kingston and Christian Alexanda respectively.[96]

On July 16, she won her tenth Regional Most Popular Artiste in a row beating fellow artistes from Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, thus setting a new record in the Anugerah Planet Muzik.[97] However, this would be her last appearance in the category after the organizer has decided to drop her name from participating in the same category in the future.[97]

On October 17, she was reported to be working on her life documentary which will be aired on History Channel in January 2012.[98]



Growing up as a child, most of her time, she would perform traditional and classic Malay folk songs. However, she has been cited that her local idol and one of her greatest influences is Sudirman Arshad[99] and also P. Ramlee[45] whereas, her international idols would be Barbra Streisand,[100] Cèline Dion,[100] Mariah Carey[101] and Whitney Houston.[101] In 2008, during Cèline Dion's Taking Chances Tour in Malaysia, Siti was given an opportunity to meet her idol,[102] where she also had given Cèline one of her solo albums, Hadiah Daripada Hati complete with her signature.[103]

Image and legacy

Her image likeness that was used by Tourism Malaysia to attract more tourists to Malaysia.[104]

When she first make her debut into the industry, she often been labeled as penyanyi kampung[105] (old-fashioned or conservative singer) for her modest attire and her refusal to take pictures with man for a magazine cover, unless at a ceremony or at an award-accepting event.[106] During her early years as a singer, she was criticized for refusing to wear daring clothes and her principle of not taking pictures with male artistes.[107][108] She was quoted as saying: "As an artist, I do realize that there are many social responsibilities that I need to take care of. So, I opt to be moderate in everything, including in my sartorial matter."[107] and "I want to show what my talent is, and my God-gifted vocal ability without relying [on the image] of being sexy.".[107] Her debut in Indonesia in 1997 with modest, beautiful and talented personality has said to revolutionize Indonesian music industry which famous with Dangdut which before this promotes sensual and erotic elements presentations through the performances especially by female artistes.[109] Her modest image was the subject of appraisals and positive feedback even from the Islamic scholars from Malaysia and Indonesia.[110][111] Since then, her popularity throughout the South East Asia music industry remains strong when she was voted as Most Popular Female Artiste ten times in a row and Regional Most Popular Artistes in 20011 in Anugerah Planet Muzik 2011, beating contenders from Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.[97]

She has been cited as an idol and as an inspiration by many Malaysian and non-Malaysian artists like Malaysia's Misha Omar,[112] Nicholas Teo,[113] Singaporean Idol finalist, Maia Lee,[34] Indonesian pop group vocalist, Sunu, from Matta[114] and many others.

In 2007, her image likeness was used as part of the promotion by Malaysian Ministry of Tourism,[104] Malaysia Windows Live Agent – Siti to attract more visitors from Japan. The cartoon is utilized in the Windows Live Messenger (formerly known as MSN Messenger) where it will provide information on attractive tourist destinations in Malaysia.[104]

In January 2011, Siti was proposed as the cultural ambassador for Malay community by the Association of Malaysian and Indonesian Journalists (ISWAMI), based on both countries' communities acceptance of Siti's personality. ISWAMI chief believed that Siti may help ease strained relations should there be a crisis between Malaysia and Indonesia.[115]

Themes and musical style

As a lyricist and record producer, most of her singles' lyrics revolve around the theme of love, although she has penned numbers of thematic single of spirituality[116] and female empowerment.[117][118] Several of her singles were written by her were targeted to a specific party – Biarlah Rahsia (Let It Be A Secret) was written with the allusion to the media who constantly investigate her private personal relationships[119] and Cahaya Cinta (Light of Love) was written specially for her husband during her marriage in 2006.[120]

Born and raised in a traditional musically inclined family,[121] she has recorded five ethnic pop oriented albums – four solo studio albums[122] and one duet studio album with Noraniza Idris.[123] She has been taught on how to sing traditional songs by her own mother who herself is a folk singer.[28] She has been promoting this genre of music on almost each and every major concert of her like when she did at her concert at the Royal Albert Hall, medleys of Malay folk songs and traditional music songs.[124]

Vocal abilities and profile

Musically classified as an alto,[125] she's one of Malaysia's best singers for winning 11 times the award for the "Best Vocal Performance in an Album/Single" from Anugerah Industri Muzik,[86][87] Malaysia's equivalent of Grammy Awards.[126][127]

Adjie Esa Poetra, an Indonesian vocal instructor described her voice as "She is very careful and never fails in the tone production and she's able to produce the most artistic and beautiful tone as possible.... In any songs, she can sing it with ease but powerful other than possessing more than four-octave vocal range."[128]

M.Nasir, music critic and music composer has praised Siti's voice as saying, "When we talk about her, she is the voice...Give her any songs, she can deliver it very well and it is not a problem to find a suitable song for her." He further praised Siti for her brave efforts to experiment her voice melisma with new musics or songs.[131]

One of her trickiest songs to perform is Kurniaan Dalam Samaran,[129] a Japanese enka-influenced[132] song where it requires her play of transition of bass and soprano vocal tones[132] and she rarely performed it live.[130] However, at her recent SATU concert, she performed it live, where it received appraisals from critics and fans where one of the reviewers cited her live rendition as, "The Japanese-flavoured song required her to switch from her natural voice to falsetto in a hair-raising cadenza somewhere in the absurdly high range most women vocalists would cringe from. But she pulled it off effortlessly, sending shivers down my spine."[130]

Gareth Gates who has performed together with Siti during MTV Asia Awards 2004 when he was asked what does he think about Siti, he said, "She definitely has the looks and she certainly has the voice. If she continues to sing the way she does, she'll go really far."[133]

Lea Salonga, Filipino singer and actress who has done various theatrical work, including Miss Saigon and several Disney's movies has also expressed her praise and respect towards Siti's vocal ability during her concert in Malaysia in 2010 where she sang one of songs made famous by Siti and 2 By 2, Tiga Malam during the closing ceremony of her concert.[134]

Personal achievements

Awards and accolades


Siti has collaborated with many renowned Asian artists such as Preap Sovath (Cambodia)[135] Agnes Monica,[136] Chrisye,[137] Dewa 19,[138] Gita Gutawa,[139] Harvey Malaiholo,[20] Krisdayanti, Marcell,[137] Melly Goeslow,[140] Padi,[141] Peterpan, Rossa,[142] Sahrul Gunawan and Yana Julio[20] (Indonesia), Hiroshi Takano,[135] The Boom,[135] You Hitoto[135] (Japan), Lay Phyu (Laos),[135] Jolina Magdangal[135] and Kuh Ledesma[143] (Philippines), Francesca Peter, Sun Ho,[144][145] Taufik Batisah[139] (Singapore), Lee Hom Wang (Taiwan), Palmy[144][145] (Thailand), Lam Trường (Vietnam).[135] In addition, Siti had also collaborated with Gareth Gates (UK), during MTV Asia Awards 2004.[146] One of Thailand most sought after singers, Tata Young has also expressed her interest in collaborating with Siti and has praised Siti as "Asia's Mariah Carey" for her outstanding performances.[147]

International covers

Throughout her career, Siti Nurhaliza's songs have been covered by other artists, including her first Malay traditional single, Cindai which was re-recorded in Chinese version by Chien Bai Hui, a Chinese singer.[8] Also, her first hit song in Indonesia, Aku Cinta Padamu was as I Wonder when it was covered by North, an Australian boy band in their second album, Straight Up.[8][148]

In popular culture

In Music
  • Datuk M. Daud Kilau's Anak Seni [149]
  • KRU's Empat Syarat [150]

International performances

By far, she has been thrice to be invited to perform at the MTV Asia Awards, which are in 2003, where she sang her debut, Bukan Cinta Biasa,[144] in 2004 where she performed together with Gareth Gates[146] and her 2005 solo performance with her famous song, Seindah Biasa.[151] However, one of her earliest performances at an international stage is during the closing ceremony of 1998 Commonwealth Games where it was watched by more than 70 countries when she was only 19.[22] 1999 was the year of her first debut at the 'Shanghai Music Festival 1999' in China and the 'South Pacific International Song and Singing Competition 1999' where she garnered a 'Gold Award' and 'Best Female Vocal Performance' respectively. She also has performed in Australia, Brunei,[152] China, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Singapore,[79] Taiwan,[30] Thailand,[151] and United Kingdom. In May 2006, she was offered to perform together with Indian Bollywood star, Shah Rukh Khan in front of 300 Bollywood artists and guests along with 2.6 billion television viewers where she will be performing at 2nd Global Indian Film Awards 2006 in Kuala Lumpur.[153] However, the offer later was canceled by Siti due to her commitment with other projects after informing the organizers beforehand.[154]


Siti is known to be a formidable and successful and well-known businesswoman in Malaysia. She currently tops the list of the 'Richest Artistes' in Malaysia.[7] She is also worth more than RM50 million and it's believed that her wealth has increased every year and moreover, she was named as one of the millionaires in entertainment in South East Asia as well.[7] As one of the most profitable artists in Malaysia, she is said to be paid RM 45,000 (USD$ 15 000) for a 30 minutes show and RM 70,000 (USD$ 23 333) for an hour show.[155]

Other ventures

Products and endorsements

Siti Nurhaliza's first product, CTea, that comes in two flavours, Geranium special and Pandan.

With success in her singing career, Siti then got herself involved in business. She set up her own company – Siti Nurhaliza Productions (M) Sdn. Bhd. – with activities generally in the entertainment scene. She has four subsidiary companies, Siti Nurhaliza Collections Sdn. Bhd., Siti Nurhaliza Marketing Sdn. Bhd., Siti Sound Sdn. Bhd. and SN Mobile Digital Sdn. Bhd.[31] She is also the president of her own cosmetic range company, Simply Siti Sdn. Bhd.[156]

Siti sells her own tea, Ctea,[152] brand of Malaysian tea, from tea cultivated on the foothills of Mount Kinabalu, Sabah. This Ctea brand comes in two flavours, Geranium Special and Pandan.

And now besides having her own products, she receives substantial income through commissions and royalties for her endorsements and as ambassador of products. She has been an ambassador and spokesperson for various international products[157]Jusco, Maxis, Maybelline, Minolta, Mitsubishi, Olay, Pantene, Pepsi, Samsung and TM Net.


Siti Nurhaliza during the Malay Mail Big Walk 2007, a charity event to collect some donations for children with bone cancer.[158]

In January 2005, Nurhaliza donated RM 35,000 (about USD$11,000) to three different organizations for the 2004 tsunami victims before her concert at the Royal Albert Hall in April of the same year.[159] A year later in February, she donated RM 500,000 for the National Anti-Drug Campaign where she was also appointed as the ambassadress for the campaign.[160] Six months later, she and her husband founded Yayasan Nurjiwa (Nurjiwa Foundation) where the foundation served as a platform for people to help those in need through charity concerts and dinner events where the money will be donated to the selected organizations.[161] In 2009, she and her husband donated RM 1.5 million to build a new mosque in Tikam Batu, Kuala Muda where the land was given as a wakaf by both of them and Siti's mother-in-law where before this, her husband has also donated a sum of money to build two mosques in Kuala Lumpur and Pattani, Thailand[162] which finally completed in February 2011 and officiated by Sultan of Kedah, Tuanku Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah.[163]

Personal life

Relationship with Datuk Seri Khalid

Siti Nurhaliza and her husband, Datuk Khalid during the Malay Mail Big Walk in 2007.

On July 17, 2006, after months of speculations by the media, Siti and her then-fiancee, Datuk Khalid made a press conference announcing that their wedding would be held on August 21.[164] Her plan to marry Datuk Khalid caused criticisms and uproar since she was going to marry a 47-year old divorcee with four sons[165] where she was accused of causing his divorce. However, the issue was rebutted when Jabatan Agama Islam Selangor (Selangor Islamic Council) verified that Datuk Khalid and his former wife, Tengku Zawyah Tengku Izham officially separated in February 2004, after 15 years of marriage.[166]

Some sources speculated that the total wedding cost was RM 12,888,888 (USD 3,947,980 (adjusted to 2010 inflation)),[167] however it was later denied by the couple and the wedding planner and stated that the total cost was roughly around RM 500,000.[168] Her wedding dowry was revealed to cost at RM 22,222 and the hantaran (gifts from groom to bride and vice versa) cost around RM 30,000. The total sponsored items including Siti and spouse's jeweleries, dresses, and etc., cost more than RM 9 million.[169] Later, RM 1 million from the total price paid by TV3 to broadcast the whole ceremony was later donated to charity.[170]

The engagement ceremony was held at Masjid Wilayah Persekutuan (Federal Territory Mosque) on August 21, 2006. The ceremony was also televised live and gathered more than 2 millions viewers. The first wedding reception was held on August 28, 2006, at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) which televised to 6.3 millions viewers nationwide.[172] The wedding also received coverage from Indonesia, where 10 Indonesian media representatives were there to capture the moment including Trans TV, SCTV and Jawa Pos.[173][174] It was a star studded affair, with guests including royal families, VIPs, celebrities, close friends and family. Indonesian celebrities like Hetty Koes Endang and one of Siti's closest friends, Krisdayanti were given the opportunity to give a performance to the newlywed and guests.[174] A second reception was held on September 3, 2006, in Siti's hometown of Kuala Lipis, Pahang where more than 10,000 people attended the ceremony including those from neighbouring countries.[175] The wedding was charted as the top celebrity wedding on Yahoo Buzz where she and her spouse is one out of two Asian couples listed.[176]

On June 13, 2010, Siti and her husband, Datuk Seri Khalid, was recognized by E! News Asia as Third Most Powerful Celebrity Couple in Asia, behind Chinese entertainers couple, Simon Yam and wife, Qi Qi and Bollywood superstars couple, Aishwarya Rai and husband, Abhishek Bachchan.[177][178]


Concerts and tours

  • 1999: Konsert Live Siti Nurhaliza
  • 2001: Konsert Mega Siti Nurhaliza, Bukit Jalil 2001
  • 2002: Konsert Salam Akhir Siti Nurhaliza – Untukmu Sudir
  • 2004: Secretaries Week Celebration 2004
  • 2004: Siti Nurhaliza Live In Concert 2004
  • 2004: Siti Nurhaliza Indonesia Tour 2004
  • 2005: Siti Nurhaliza In Concert, Royal Albert Hall London
  • 2005: Siti Nurhaliza Live Indoor Stadium, Singapore
  • 2006: Konsert Akustik Siti Nurhaliza
  • 2007: Konsert Istana Cinta
  • 2008: Diari Hati Siti Nurhaliza
  • 2009: SATU Konsert Eksklusif Dato' Siti Nurhaliza
  • 2009: Konsert Seribu Warna
  • 2010: Konsert Bagaikan Sakti
  • 2010: Konsert SATU Suara



Year Appearance Role Notes
2009 SITI (Channel 188)[179] Herself A special channel for two days for her by Astro showing her previous concerts – Konsert Fantasia Siti Nurhaliza (2004), Konsert SATU (2009) and various music video clips from her. She was the first ever to received such recognition from Astro.


Year Appearance Role Notes
1995 Bintang RTM Herself – Winner Her first ever television program where she auditioned before later was crowned as the overall winner.
1999 Konsert Pancawarna Siti Nurhaliza[180] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr.
2000 Konsert Sensasi Siti Nurhaliza[181] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr.
2001 1 Jam Bersama Siti Nurhaliza[182] Herself A special 60-minute television program for her by Indosiar.
Divas of South East Asia[183] Herself She joined with fellow Malaysian artistes, Sheila Majid, Fauziah Latiff, with another three Indonesian representatives, Krisdayanti, Titi DJ and Vina Panduwninata with single representative from Philippines, Kuh Ledesma for a concert that was aired throughout the Asean region.
2002 Hiburan Minggu Ini[132] Herself
Ole-ole Siti Nurhaliza[184] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr.
2003 Sejenak Bersama Siti Nurhaliza Herself A special one hour show for Indonesian television station, antv.
Konsert Azimat Cinta Herself A special television program for an Indonesia television station, Trans TV.
Dear Siti[185] Herself A special television program for an Indonesia television station, Indosiar.
2004 Muzikal Aidiladha[186] Herself One of several of her earliest television shows that were produced by her own company, Siti Nurhaliza Productions (M) Sdn. Bhd.
3D Siti (Dari Dalam Diri Siti)[186] Herself A special show with 13 episodes.
Siti Nurhaliza – Mutiara Negari Jiran[187] Herself A two-episode show with television station, Trans TV.
Sang Idola Siti Nurhaliza[188] Herself A special television program for an Indonesia television station, Indosiar.
Syawal Datang Lagi[189] Herself Her own productions with collaboration with RTM for Eid-ul-Fitr.
Variasi Fitri... Siti Nurhaliza[189] Herself Her own productions with collaboration with TV3 for Eid-ul-Fitr.
Aidilfitriku Bersama Siti Nurhaliza[189] Herself Her own productions with collaboration with Astro for Eid-ul-Fitr. This show received an award for Best Special Musical Television Programme from Anugerah Seri Angkasa in 2005.[190]
2005 Konsert Akustik Siti Nurhaliza[191] Herself The show was also released as VCD and it was nominated for Best Entertainment Special in Asian Television Awards 2005.
Dari Studio Satu Herself
Mentor[192] Herself A reality program where she becomes the mentor for Mohd. Fahmi Hj. Jaafar (Fahmi) where she and her protégé were competing with different artistes and their protégés.
Konsert Fenomena Siti Nurhaliza & Dayang Nurfaizah[193] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr with Dayang Nurfaizah.
Siti Nurhaliza – Indonesian Tour[194][195] Herself A two-episode show for Trans TV, showing her performances of touring five main cities of Indonesia.
2006 Antara KL & Jakarta[196] Herself A special two-episode television program, where the first episode featured two female artistes from Malaysia, and another one from Indonesia before the next episode where it featured the male artistes. She collaborated with Sheila Majid and Shanty from Indonesia.
Zoom In Bersama Siti Nurhaliza[197] Herself
Zaleha Ayam Patah[198] Cameo as an early 50's Ghazal singer. A special production of Universiti Putra Malaysia.
Tiada Rahsia[199] Herself Special show discussing personal matters of Siti Nurhaliza and her husband, Datuk Seri Khalid before they were married in a special 3 episodes.
Siaran Langsung Perkahwinan Siti Nurhaliza & Datuk K[199] Herself A live telecast of Siti's engagement on the August 21 and wedding on August 28 where it was watched more than 6.3 million viewers.
Konsert Fenomena Siti Nurhaliza & Saiful Apek[200] Herself A special Eid-ul-Fitr television program with Saiful Apek.
Mentor[201] Herself Second season of Mentor where she taught her protégé, Siti Khadijah Hassan (Kat) where they end up winning the second runner up overall.
Siti Nurhaliza Mencari Bintang Pantene[202] Herself A reality television program with the collaboration with Pantene to find the next ambassador for Pantene in the Malaysian market where she is both judge and host.
Rendezvouz with Siti Nurhaliza & Erwin Gutawa[203] Herself A special television programme aired by Indosiar, the making of her concert in Royal Albert Hall with the Indonesian maestro, Erwin Gutawa.
2007 Detik Kehidupan Siti Nurhaliza Herself
Siti Nurhaliza Cari Bintang Pantene[204] Herself An Indonesian version of Malaysia's Siti Nurhaliza Mencari Bintang Pantene.
2008 Zoom In Bersama Siti Nurhaliza[205] Herself
Teratak Siti Nurhaliza[206] Herself A one-hour special television program where she and her sisters, Siti Saerah and Siti Norsaida performed an Eid-ul-Fitr special.
Siti Nurhaliza Bersama Peminat[207] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr.
2009 Kasih Siti[208] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr.
Spa Q 2[209] Special Appearance
Citarasa Bersama Dato' Siti Nurhaliza[210] Herself A 13-episode cooking show for Ramadhan where she hosted with several guest artists.
Lentera Aidilfitri Dato' Siti[211] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr.
Konsert Sesuci Lebaran Datuk Siti Nurhaliza[212] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr.
2010 Konsert Bagaikan Sakti Siti Nurhaliza & M. Nasir[213] Herself A live telecast of Siti's and M. Nasir's collaboration concert in Singapore.
Stylistika Siti[214] Herself A special one-hour show where she performed while donning her favorite stylists' dresses and discussed mostly sartorially matter from her early beginnings.
Konsert Di Hati Siti[215] Herself Her first show with TV9 and also her first show where she invited her idols to perform together.
CT15 Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr.
Lebaran Diva Dato' Siti Nurhaliza[215] Herself
Idola Kecil 3[216] Herself A tribute to her where she also was a guest judge.
2011 SITI[92] Herself Her first talk show, a 13-episode programme with four different segments – V.I.P. Siti, Sentuhan Kasih (Love Touch), Siti’s Perspective and Siti’s Symphony starting on February 12.
Datuk Siti Nurhaliza bersama Idola Kecil 3[217] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr where she celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr with contestants of Idola Kecil 3.
Konsert Aura 3 Diva[218] Herself A special television program for Eid-ul-Fitr where she share the stage with Ella and Ramlah Ram.
Gegar Raya Kampung Pening Lalat[219] Herself A special game show for Eid-ul-Fitr where she hosted with Saiful Apek and comedian group, Sepah.


Year Title Role Notes
2007 P. Ramlee The Musical[220] Azizah Special appearance


Year Title Role Notes
2009 Kelip-Kelip Kunang-Kunang (voice) Main character


Concert albums
  • 1999: Konsert Live Siti Nurhaliza
  • 2001: Konsert Mega Siti Nurhaliza, Bukit Jalil 2001
  • 2002: Konsert Salam Akhir Siti Nurhaliza – Untukmu Sudir
  • 2004: Secretaries Week Celebration 2004
  • 2004: Siti Nurhaliza Live In Concert 2004
  • 2005: Siti Nurhaliza In Concert, Royal Albert Hall London
  • 2006: Konsert Akustik Siti Nurhaliza
  • 2006: Siti Nurhaliza In Concert, Royal Albert Hall London
  • 2007: The Best of Siti Nurhaliza – DVD Karaoke
Video albums
  • 1998: CT Best
  • 2000: The Best of Siti Nurhaliza
  • 2001: CT Best 3
  • 2001: CT Best 4
  • 2003: CT Best 5
  • 2003: CT Best 6
  • 2003: CT Best 7
  • 2004: CT Best 8
  • 2008: 2 Diva (with Krisdayanti)


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