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Malaysian singer Ning Baizura makes a comeback

Ms Ning's new single, Perwira is composed by Aubrey Suwito and Primeworks Studio Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Ahmad Izham Omar and is dedicated to Malaysian heroes

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Malaysian songstress Ning Baizura is making a comeback to the music scene by dropping a new track called Perwira. Perwira is composed by Aubrey Suwito and Primeworks Studio Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Ahmad Izham Omar. The song was released in tribute to the country’s heroes. Followers of Ning Baizura will finally be able to enjoy the new song from the songstress who last released an album back in 2013.

Perwira is my latest single after not appearing for a long time with a new song,” Ning said.“ I am very touched and happy by the invitation of Aubrey and Ahmad Izham and thank you for giving me this opportunity. “This is my first project with them and hope that the fans out there can receive this special song which is specially dedicated to all the patriots out there who have sacrificed their lives for the nation.”

The release of the song happened to be at the same time as the Tabung Pahlawan campaign launch to raise money for Malaysian Armed Forces veterans and their loved ones. The Veterans’ Affairs Department and the Armed Forces are managing the fund. It was designed as a mark of respect for the sacrifices of the country’s heroes over the years. The recording process of the song happened at the end of June at Suwito’s Cranky Music Studios and was completed in less than four hours.

“I was quite moved when I received an invitation from Ahmad Izham who was willing to invite me to collaborate on this song. “This song is a sign of our appreciation for all the sacrifices that have been made by the frontliners in our country.

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Suwito added that although he doesn’t know these fighters personally, he harnessed his memory of their sacrifices to inspire the song’s production.

“We hope that with the result of this song, there will be awareness among Malaysians about all the services and sacrifices that have been made by the national heroes in ensuring that we live in peace and prosperity,” said Suwito. “We hope that with the result of this song, there will be awareness among Malaysians about all the services and sacrifices that have been made by the national heroes in ensuring that we live in peace and prosperity,” Ahmad Izham added.

Suwito and Ahmad Izham chose Ning Baizura for her soulful soprano voice.

“As a result of the discussion, we feel Ning is qualified and suited to sing Perwira.

“We believe Ning is able to bring this song to life ― her ability to express the song so beautifully, so touchingly and full of emotions is undeniable.

“We were so excited when Ning accepted our proposal to sing this song,” Ahmad Izham said.

Perwira is available on all digital platforms including Spotify, Joox, Apple Music, KKBox, Deezer and YouTube Music.

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