Suki Low

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Suki Low
劉紓妤
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Background information
Birth name Low Sook Yee
Also known as Suki Low
Born (1989-12-11) December 11, 1989 (age 24)
Origin Seremban, Malaysia
Genres Pop
Occupations Singer
Associated acts Faizal Tahir
Website

Low Sook Yee (Chinese: 劉紓妤; pinyin: Liú Shúyu; born December 11, 1989) or popularly known as Suki Low, is the winner in the One in a Million competition. It is Malaysia's first ever reality singing competition to offer a one million ringgit prize to the winner. To date (July 2008), she has released one full album, Finally | Akhirnya, under the Monkey Bone label.

Biography[edit]

Suki is a Malaysian Chinese who hails from Seremban, the capital of Negeri Sembilan. She was 16 years old at the time of her victory.

Her former secondary schools are SMK Methodist (ACS), Seremban (Form 1 to 3) and SMK King George V, Seremban (Form 4 and 5).

One in a Million[edit]

Suki was a favourite to win, ranking higher than professional singer Dayang Nurfaizah after the tests. She was eliminated during the knock out round but returned by popular vote during the Second Chance stage.

Throughout the competition, Suki sang:

At its grand finale on September 22, 2006, she garnered 39% of the votes with her rendition of the songs, Berdiri and Everything. She ousted Muhammad Alif bin Mohd Satar and Ahmad Faizal Tahir who had 27% and 34% of the votes respectively.

In 2007, Suki is appointed the Brand Ambassador of Pepsi Malaysia along with the runner-up of OIAM 2006, Faizal Tahir.

Her debut album is entitled "Finally | Akhirnya".

“Finally | Akhirnya” contains 11 tracks which had the touch from various composer such as Kieran Kuek, Audi Mok, Luke Mason, Anton Morgan, Nine of Ruffedge Trilink and Zaf to name a few. This album brings the concept of pop rock to all the music lovers out there.

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Preceded by
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One in a Million
Winner

Season 1 (2006)
Succeeded by
Norayu binti Damit