Posted: 1:20pm 19/11/2023
(Kuala Lumpur News on the 19th) He often causes topics with his bizarre looks.Malay female singerAina Abdul held her third solo concert at the Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. More than 10,000 fans cheered the whole place!
She announced that she would donate part of the concert ticket sales to Palestine.
Aina Abdul said that in order to pursue perfection, she spent RM400,000 to create this concert. Three microphones cost RM120,000 because the design of the microphones needed to match the theme of her costume; the production cost of the concert dress was approximately RM35,000.
Aina Abdul from Seremban participated in “Mentor Legend” in 2010 and won the runner-up. After releasing her first solo single “Ini Yang Kau Mahu” in 2015, she quickly became a popular singer in the Malaysian Malay music scene.
Yesterday, the concert themed “Living with Aina Abdul 3.0” kicked off at 8 pm, and 34 songs were sung throughout the night, including her popular songs such as “Terus Hidup” , “Sumpah” and “Sepi”, as well as her lesser-known singles such as “Nada Kalbu”, “Blue” and “Sedia Terluka”.
At the same time, she also sang the traditional song “Fatwa Pujangga”, the K-Pop song “How You Like That” (sung by BlackPink), and the Arabic song “Atoune El Toufoule” (Give Us a Chance) dedicated to Palestine.
Local R&B singer Lah Ahmad was one of the main guests at Aina Abdul’s concert. They sang a soulful duet of a song called “Tunggu Kamu”, which left fans mesmerized.
In addition, she sang “Nafas Cinta” with long-term collaborator Khai Bahar, and “Lemak Manis” and “Joget Cinta Sakti” with Aboriginal singer Haziq Rosebi.
During the concert, Aina Abdul thanked her fans for their support since her debut, which enabled her to continue to develop her singing career and hold her solo concert as she wished.Concert with thousands of people.
“I have always dreamed of having a huge concert at Axiata Arena and I am so happy that this moment has finally come.”
On the other hand, Datuk Mohd Azuddin Ghazali, CEO of the Malaysian Social Care Foundation (Prihatin), one of the organizers of the concert, said that part of the proceeds from the concert will be used to provide educational benefits for poor college students. Part of it will also be used to help Palestinians in Gaza.