Harikrish Menon

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Birth nameHarikrish Menon Ramachandran
Born (1973-06-02) 2 June 1973 (age 46)
OriginKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
GenresDance music, pop, R&B, jazz, electronica, urban contemporary
Occupation(s)Singer, songwriter, record producer
InstrumentsKeyboards, vocals, guitar, percussion

Haze (born Harikrish Menon Ramachandran 2 June 1973, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) is a singer-songwriter, known for his work in the dance music genre, with hit singles such as "Changes" and "Freak".

Musical career[edit]

He began his professional career at R.A.P. (Roslan Aziz Production) a Malaysian record label owned by acclaimed music producer Roslan Aziz. He has since worked with many of Malaysia's top performing artist such as Sheila Majid, Ning Baizura, Amir Yusoff, Zainal Abidin, Sarifah Aini and Malaysian rap sensation Too Phat just to name a few. Besides producing for local Malaysian performing artist, he has also produced albums for many performing artist around the region. Artist such as Kris Dayanti of Indonesia and Singaporean rap sensation Haikel. Which has allowed him to develop a musical scope that covers across almost all genres. In the Mid 1990's he also performed with the band Asia Beat.[citation needed]

He was the first Malaysian to appear on the BBC UK Dance Singles Charts, for Changes.[1] His single Freak made the Top 10 of the National Top 100 Singles chart in the Netherlands.[2]



Year Title Collaborations
2002 Changes Sandy Rivera
2003 Dreams/Through Kings Of Tomorrow / K.O.T
2004 Dreams Kings Of Tomorrow / K.O.T
2005 Through Kings Of Tomorrow / K.O.T
2007 Freak Sandy Rivera


  1. ^ Cheah, Jason (9 April 2007). "Fun with Haze and friends". The Star (Malaysia). Retrieved 23 January 2010.
  2. ^ Cheah, Jason (29 October 2007). "Going Dutch". The Star (Malaysia). Retrieved 23 January 2010.

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