Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Shila Amzah: Malaysia's New Big Name In Entertainment

In the history of the local entertainment scene, no Malay artist has ever captured the attention not only of a large section of the Malaysian Chinese audience but also the Chinese audience in China.

Since winning the 'Asian Wave' singing competition in Shanghai two years ago, Shila has not looked back. After taking part in the second edition of China Hunan TV 'I Am A Singer' competition this year, she has further cemented her place in the hearts of her Chinese fans.

She has just successfully held her first ever concerts in Shanghai last month and in Kuala Lumpur 3 days ago.

It is not easy for one whose native tongue is not Chinese and who had been singing mostly Malay and English songs to make such quick transition to singing Chinese songs and capturing everyone's heart.

This one is one of her performances at her Shila Amzah Love Concert Shanghai (Yi Yang De Yue Guang - song and dance) 

 And here she duets with her guest artist Taiwanese heartthrob James 楊永聪 at her just concluded Shila Amzah Love Concert Kuala Lumpur (Hao Jiu Bu Jian)

And here's her interaction with her audience at the Malaysian concert

You should check out the internet for videos showing her appearance in China CCTV where she sang her 天神纪 for the HTC Chinese Global Music Top Ten Chart Event


Also check for videos where she sang folk song 'Tibetan Plateau' I particularly like her singing that haunting folk song.

WAY TO GO SHILA!

NOTE: In all the videos you could go to you tube directly by clicking on the you tube icon

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