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    Sunday, December 28, 2008

    Me: Check out this new song I am working on.
    June: Doesn't sound like a Malay song.
    Me: What do you mean?
    June: It doesn't sound like a Malay song. It sounds modern.
    Me: What? A Malay song cannot sound modern?
    June: Well, I guess it can. But usually if you hear something like this in Malay, it's more Indonesian.

    How distressing is that? Malay music is now synonymous with old-sounding. And if it is modern, then it's Indonesian.

    I really got my work cut out for me.

    Saturday, December 13, 2008

    I think we should clear our tables after we eat at self-service fast food places like McDonald's. Because it's the right thing to do in polite society. No one needs to see what a slob and messy eater you are. After all, we are not animals.

    Tuesday, December 09, 2008

    The two singles I am currently promoting are "Hello" and "Selamat Tinggal".

    Farah Asyikin and Nikki. Both have debut albums I produced that were snubbed at the AIM.

    Hello.

    Selamat Tinggal.

    How ironic.

    And speaking of promotions:

    Farah Asyikin's HELLO
    Maxis: Dail *131*111629# and press CALL/SEND
    Celcom: SMS: CMT 56948 and send to 22990
    Digi: SMS: CT BUY 53583 JB and send to 2000
    Get the whole song on Maxis: SMS: FS N70145 and send to 32010

    Nikki's SELAMAT TINGGAL
    Maxis: Dail *131*113588# and press CALL/SEND
    Celcom: SMS: CMT 54851 and send to 22990
    Digi: SMS: CT BUY 57712 JB and send to 2000
    Get the whole song on Maxis: SMS: FS N70154 and send to 32010

    Be my friend. Get a ringtone today.

    Friday, December 05, 2008

    You see that song on the playlist above? "Pada Cintanya"....or "Cinta Padanya". I can't remember what the actual real title of the song is. It's Siti's new song for the second season of Spa-Q. Words by Rina Khan.

    All I want to say is that my work here is done. I got Siti Nurhaliza to record a house track! Who would have thought....

    Let me stress that this is NOT a remix.

    I do want to say a very big thank you to Redza Fahmy and Siti Nurhaliza for giving me all that space and taking chances/risks in letting me do whatever I wanted. (If this flops, you still have your traditional album to fall back on. :) Thank you!

    Unless if it's M. Nasir calling, put a fork in me. I am done.

    Audi Mok has left the building.