Shila Amzah

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Shila Amzah
Shila Amzah 2016.png
Shila in 2016
Born
NurShahila binti Amir Amzah

(1990-08-13) 13 August 1990 (age 28)
NationalityMalaysian
Occupation
  • Singer-songwriter
  • actress
  • businesswoman
  • record producer
Years active2000–present
AgentShilala (International)
SA Entertainment (Malaysia)
Home townKuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Spouse(s)
Haris Idraki Elias (m. 2018)
Parent(s)Fauziah Sarman (mother)
Amir Amzah Salleh (father)
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano
Labels

NurShahila binti Amir Amzah (born 13 August 1990), known as Shila Amzah is a Malaysian singer-songwriter.

Born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, she began going to recording studios at the age of 4 with her father and recorded a pop studio album five years later. With the help of a famous Malaysian record producer, in 2005 Shila released her second pop studio album, Sha-Hila. Her single "Patah Seribu" (2011) received Pop Song of the Year and Song of the Year at the 19th Malaysian Music Awards.[3][4]

She continued her singing career by breaking out to Shanghai, China and eventually won the Asian Wave.[4][5][6] As a result, Shila received the Kembara Award (International Music Breakthrough Award) from Malaysian Music Awards making Shila the youngest Kembara Award honoree.[4][7] Afterwards, Shila continued her singing career in mandopop industry by breaking out to Hong Kong in 2015 by releasing some new singles, doing an international press conference and establishing her second record label and global management company, Shilala (HK) Limited.[8] Her success on international stages has gained her honorific titles such as Asia's Sweetheart,[9] Princess of Music,[10] and National Treasure of Malaysia.[11]

Shila was the first runner-up of Bintang Kecil RTM in 2000, first runner-up of One in a Million (season 2),[12] winner of Asia New Singer Competition in 2008,[4] second runner-up of I Am a Singer (season 2) in 2014,[4] and first runner-up of Anugerah Juara Lagu in 2011 and 2015. Before the Asian Wave, she performed a duet with Miley Cyrus called "The Best of Both Worlds" to promote Hannah Montana in Malaysia. In 2013, Shila was the first Malay and Malaysian artist to be nominated at the World Music Awards after winning Asian Wave[4] as well being the first and only Malay artist to be invited to the Global Chinese Music Awards (GCMA).[13]

She is the first and only Malay artist to have success in Chinese-speaking countries and Chinese record charts with her Sina Weibo account having more than 2.3 million followers.[4] She was listed in the Forbes' 30 Under 30 Asia (2018), recognizing young leaders, entrepreneurs and game changers from across Asia under Entertainment and Sports category.[14][15][16][17]

Shila used the stage name "NurShahila" name when she was a child.[4][18] In 2004, she changed her name to Sha-Hila[4] as her record company, EMI, wanted her name to be shorter. When she joined the One in a Million singing contest she needed to make her name even shorter. The organiser of One in a Million (Season 2) truncated her name to just Shila.[4] After coming in as the first runner-up of One in A Million (season 2), she was called "Shila OIAM".[4] She didn't like the name, so she added "Amzah" to her stage name, as her father's name is Amir Amzah. In Chinese-speaking countries, Shila's name is 茜拉 (Xila).[19]

Early life[edit]

NurShahila binti Amir Amzah was born on 13 August 1990, in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Her father, Amir Amzah Salleh, who used the stage name ND Lala, was a recording artist in the 1980s and her mother, Fauziah Sarman, was an actress. She comes from a musically inclined family: her younger sister, NurSyuhada, whose stage name is Syada Amzah, is also a performer. She attended Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Setapak Indah, Kuala Lumpur.

Career[edit]

2000–2007: Early commercial success[edit]

Before Shila made her debut appearance as a child, her father struggled to get her a chance to showcase her singing. At that time, there were no recording companies that wanted to sign children as recording artists as they did not want to take the risk. So her father used his own money to produce her first album. In 2000, Shila's debut album, Terima Kasih Guru that was launched in the presence of Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah, wife of Malaysia's fourth Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir. She later signed a contract with EMI. With EMI, she released the album Sha-Hila with the hit song "Yang Teristimewa".

2007–2009: Career development[edit]

After her contract with EMI ended in 2007, she joined One in a Million (Season 2) and emerged as first runner-up of the competition. The nickname "Shila" was given by the organizers of One in a Million as her SMS voting code and name during the singing competition. On the night of the Grand Finale of One in a Million (season 2), Shila was assigned to sing a new song called "Memori Tercipta" (Memories Created). She lost to Norayu Damit, but both of them were given recording contracts from Monkey Bone Records.

Throughout the competition, Shila sang:

  • Top 12: "Tak Ada Logika"
  • Week 1: "Too Little Too Late"
  • Week 2: "Stuck"
  • Week 3: "Oops!... I Did It Again"
  • Week 4: "Di Bawah Pohon Asmara "
  • Week 5: "I'll Be There"
  • Week 6: "Car Wash"
  • Week 7: "Khayal" with Alif Satar
  • Week 8: "Contigo en la Distancia"
  • Week 9: "Bukan Milikmu and Love Like This"
  • Grand Finale: "Contigo en la Distancia", "Memori Tercipta" and "Oops!... I Dit It Again with Stuck" Medley

She produced the album Bebaskan (Set It Free) during her stint with Monkey Bone Records. The album was launched in 2009. With 12 songs, featuring the works of Malaysian composers such as Aubrey Suwito, Audi Mok, Kieran Kuek and Mode, as well as Australian composer Jamie Huber.

2010–2012: Career expansion[edit]

3 Suara (English: 3 Voices) is a collaborative album by Malaysian singers Jaclyn Victor, Ning Baizura and Shila Amzah. The album was released on 6 January 2011, through Euphoric Pte. Limited.[20] One of Shila's songs was "Patah Seribu". The song appeared on many television shows and received a lot of radio airtime. The song was nominated at the Malaysian Music Awards for Best Female Vocal Performance and Most Popular Regional Song and won Pop Song of the Year and Song of the Year. The song was released as a single on iTunes on 20 July 2012 by Urustabil and was later added as a bonus track to her fifth studio album, Shila Amzah, released by Shila Amzah Entertainment Berhad.[21]

2012–2014: Early international stardom[edit]

In September 2012, she was invited to join the inaugural competition of Asian Wave, a Chinese reality singing talent show held in Shanghai, China, after her father, ND Lala submitted her videos singing. On 20 September 2012, Shila became the champion.[22][23] It was at this point that she started to focus on her career in China.[24] Shila had the most online votes among all the contestants. She sang three songs: "Gemilang" by Jaclyn Victor, "Grenade" by Bruno Mars, and "Zheng Fu" by Na Ying.[23][25] She also sang "Forever Love" by Wang Leehom and "Set Fire to the Rain" by Adele in one of the preliminary rounds.[26] The panel of 10 judges-comprising the region's top stars like Malaysia's Eric Moo, Hong Kong's Hacken Lee, China's Sun Nan, Taiwan's Phil Chang and Jerry Huang-gave her a standing ovation, while Chinese composer Gao Xiaosong praised her by saying, "You gave me goose bumps. You broke my heart."[23][27] She was signed to a 6-year recording contract with Shanghai Media Group and received 5 Million MYR.[28][29][30]

Episode

Song

Language

Original Singer

Result

Defeat

Preliminary

(Rounds 1)

Set Fire to the Rain English Adele Advance to
Preliminary Round 2
Singapore Rachel Chua save by judges selection
Preliminary

(Rounds 2)

Forever Love Mandarin Wang Leehom Advance to
Final Round 1
Japan Emi Tawata save by judges selection
Final

(Rounds 1)

Gemilang Malay Jaclyn Victor Advance to
Final Round 2
Thailand Ten Nararak Eliminated
Final

(Rounds 2)

Grenade English Bruno Mars Advance to
Final Round 3
China Guo Yifan Eliminated
Final

(Rounds 3)

征服 (Zhengfu, "Conquer") Mandarin Na Ying Champion China Chang Shilei Lost
China Henry Huo Lost
  • Shila managed to advance all rounds by winning the battle.
  • Winning the battle: Majority green light pushed by judges (similar to coaches of The Voice in selecting their team).
  • Other contestant either advanced through winning the battle, judges' selection or by a cappella battle as a second chance.
  • Furthermore, there is some contestant that also advanced by extra battle as judges couldn't reach consensus on making their selection.

In 2013 she was nominated for the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards for Favourite Asian Act with PSY (South Korea), Han Geng (China), and Sarah Geronimo from the Philippines. Harian Metro reported on 12 March 2013, that Shila has set up her own record company by the name of Shila Amzah Entertainment Berhad.

In July 2013, Shanghai Media Group released "A Moment Like This", Shila's debut Chinese single in China. This single was the theme song for the inaugural competition of Chinese Idol. She was invited to perform this song live during the grand finale of the show.

At the end of 2013, Shila released her fifth studio album, Shila Amzah released under Shila Amzah Entertainment and distributed by Warner Music Malaysia.[21] All songs and lyrics of the album was fully composed by Shila with the guidance of Helen Yap. The album consisted of seven songs including two bonus tracks.[21] The album preview was held at Red Box Plus, Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 5 July 2013.[21] A further showcase of the album was held at Penthouse, The Icon, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 10 October 2013.[31] The album were produced by Shila, Helen Yap, and Aubrey Suwito, and the sound engineers were Aubrey Suwito, Zairi Ariffin, Yusalman Azua, Hadie Pranoto, Amir Sulaiman and Greg Henderson. The album received nominations from the 21st Malaysian Music Awards which is Album of the Year and Engineered Album of the Year. The songs in the album were her first to be nominated at the World Music Awards.The self-titled album, Shila Amzah was released on digital and streaming platforms on 10 December 2013. In December 2013, Shila released a video of "Masih Aku Cinta".[32][33] This music video was based on her love story when she broke up with Sharnaaz Ahmad, a Malaysian actor after a controversy involving Sharnaaz Ahmad with Shila's father.[34]

The Star reported on 27 September 2012, that she was chosen to be the opening act for a series of concerts in Beijing by Malaysian singer-composer Eric Moo, starting 17 November.[35] Shila said that she knew him because "he was one of the judges during the competition and his invitation is a huge honor for me".[35] She gave her agreement when he courted her to be part of his opening act.[35] The Eric Moo–Shila Amzah Love Hurricane Concert was eventually held on 24 July 2014.

In February 2014, Shila's manager got her an invitation to I Am a Singer (Season 2). In the 7th round, aired 21 February 2014, she performed the song "Xiang Ni De Ye",[36][37] a song originally sung by Chinese pop star Guan Zhe.[38] After the performance her Weibo followers increased rapidly from 1 thousand to over 2 million. In the Breakthrough round, aired 21 March 2014, she reached first place by singing a cover of "Rolling in the Deep".[39] Shila's popularity rose in China after I Am a Singer aired beside her performance at the Asian Wave.[39]

Throughout the show, she showed versatility in her range of music styles, from languages (Chinese and English), performance methods (dancing while singing) and musical styles (high note, pop, R&B, rap). On 4 April 2014, she came third overall,[39][40] losing to Han Lei from China and Tang Tsz Kei from Hong Kong.

Through I Am a Singer (Season 2), she was able to quickly adapt to a new language. Being a non-Chinese speaker or singer, she only needed two days to learn a new Chinese song. I Am a Singer (season 2) helped her in gaining a larger base of China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong fans. Currently, she attends Mandarin classes in Beijing and is working on improving her Mandarin.

Episode

Airdate

Song

Original Singer

Result

7 (4th Qualifying Round) 21 February 2014 "想你的夜" (Mandarin) Guan Zhe 2
8 (4th Knockout Round) 28 February 2014 "最长的电影" (Mandarin) Jay Chou 4
9 (5th Qualifying Round) 7 March 2014 "Listen" (English) Beyoncé 3
10 (5th Knockout Round) 14 March 2014 "Forever Love" (Mandarin) Wang Leehom 3
11 (Breakout) 21 March 2014 "Rolling in the Deep" (English) Adele 1
12 (Semifinal) 28 March 2014 "洋葱" (Mandarin) Aska 6
13 (1st Final Round) 4 April 2014 "When You Believe" (English) Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey
(2nd Final Round) "MAMA" (Mandarin) EXO-M 3
  • Shila made her debut in 7th Round as she replaced eliminated singer earlier based on the program basic rule.
  • Basic rule: There must be 7 talented singers as contestants on each episode.

2015–2017: Hong Kong music scene breakthrough[edit]

On 22 April 2015, Shila held a Shila Amzah: The Symbol of Love, International Press Conference at Mira Hotel, Hong Kong. During the press conference, Shila stated that she would be collaborating with GME Music and Vie Media to expand her career in Hong Kong. She performed her two newest Chinese-language songs called "See You or Never" and "Shali De Mimi". She announced the release an extended play followed by a full album. She mentioned that she plans to learn Cantonese.

On 28 May 2015, Shila released her debut Chinese single[41] in Hong Kong, "See You or Never" (Chinese: 再見不再見) through Shilala (HK) Limited. The song was written by Liao Yu and composed by Shila herself. This single was performed live during her international press conference. The song reached 1 million streams in just two days on Weibo Music. Shila said that this song is unique as the song hasn't an ending (the song ended with "Zaijian Bu Zaijian", questioning herself again).

On 1 October 2015, Shila performed her second Chinese single[42][43] in Hong Kong, "Goodbye" (Chinese: 再見)[44] during her Shila Amzah Meet & Greet Hong Kong acoustically with a guitar.[45] On 6 October 2015, Shila released the single through Shilala (HK) Limited on Weibo Music and iTunes.[46] The song was produced by Jun Kung and Kelvin Avon.[44] The writers was inspired to write "Goodbye" after hearing Shila's previous single, which was "See You or Never".[47] The song contains Malaysian pop and Mandopop elements and its lyrics have Shila desiring an out-of-reach love interest. Shila said that this song has an English version of it that will be launched in her upcoming album. The single is a continuation from her previous Chinese hit, "Zaijian Bu Zaijian" (再見不再見), meaning "See You or Never".[11][48]

On 26 December 2015, Shila was named Metro Radio National Idol and received Metro Radio Mandarin Song of the Year for from the Metro Radio Music Awards for "Goodbye".

On 12 February 2016, Shila visited Perth for her "Shila Amzah Colorful World 2016 Live in Perth". This concert was promoted by Aus World Travel and Chinatown Cinema. She performed her newest Chinese song, "Xiang Ai" from her debut Chinese-language album, My Journey. On 26 February 2016, Shila was awarded "Outstanding Export Achievement Award" by the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) during the MATRADE Awards for her achievement promoting Malaysia at the international stages.

In early 2016, Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced during the 19th Tourism Malaysia Awards that Shila was appointed as Malaysia's tourism ambassador.[49] The Malaysian Government believes Shila could attract millions of visitors from mainland China to vacation in Malaysia. The fact that she speaks fluent Chinese will make it easier for her to deal with her music management and her Chinese fans.[50][51]

On 10 March 2016, Music Asia reported that Shila has her sights set on Taiwan music market.[52] Shila said she had produced a song with Khalil Fong to release in Taiwan. On 13 March 2016, Malaysian Chinese newspaper Sinchew Daily reported that the album was 80% done, with a planned release in April 2016. On 1 April 2016, Shila released her debut Chinese microfilm titled "Girlfriends Love" (閨蜜情緣), in which she plays the lead.[53] On 14 April 2016, Shila released the theme song of the new series of The Powerpuff Girls (2016), "Who's Got the Power?" in Malay and Chinese exclusively on YouTube.[54][55][56][57]

On 21 April 2016, Shila announced her debut Chinese album, My Journey (Chinese: 心旅) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook simultaneously.[58] The album was released physically and digitally on 30 April 2016 through Shilala (HK) Limited and was launched in Beijing, China. The album's supporting world tour,[59] "Shila Amzah My Journey World Tour" was first held on 26 August 2017 in Arena of Stars, Genting Highland in Malaysia.[60][61][62] The concert is the fifth full-fledged solo concert by Shila after the "Shila Amzah Colorful World Live in Perth" in Australia and the second full-fledged concert by her in Malaysia after the Shila Amzah Love Live in Malaysia Concert held in 13 September 2014.

2017–present: Further international stardom[edit]

At a press conference on 27 December 2017, in Los Angeles, US, it was announced that Shila will released a new single written by a two-time Emmy award-winning composer, Nathan Wang titled "Rising Above"[63] in the US in conjunction of the Rose Parade in Pasedana, California. The song was recorded in English and Mandarin in Burbank, California.[64]

On 16 April 2018, Shila released "If We Are Getting Old" (Chinese: 如果我们老了) as the lead single of her upcoming seventh overall and second debut Chinese-language studio album through Star Culture Media. It was released ahead of her solemnization ceremony with her current husband, Haris Idraki Elias. She performed the lead single live during Global Chinese Music Chart and also during her reception wedding held in Putrajaya, Malaysia. On 10 May 2018, Shila released the second single "Love Planet" (Chinese: 涂爱星球) of her upcoming album through Star Culture Media. On 12 June 2018, Shila released the third single "My Dear" (Chinese: 我的他) of her seventh studio album through Star Culture Media. It was composed by Shila herself.

Awards and nominations[edit]

In 2013, at the 20th Malaysian Music Awards, Shila received the Anugerah Kembara (International Breakthrough Award).[7] The special award is given to Malaysian artists who have performed internationally and introduced Malaysians song to the world.[7] Shila Amzah was given this award after she rose to fame as the champion of Asian Wave (2012), a Chinese reality singing competition held in Shanghai.[7]

In 2014, at the UMNO General Assembly (Perhimpunan Agung UMNO ) in 2014, she received the 'Puteri UMNO Female Icon Award'.[65][66]

Business ventures[edit]

Shila set up her own company,[when?] Shila Amzah Entertainment Berhad and Shilala (HK) Limited, with activities generally in the entertainment scene. She is also the founder and president of her own clothing line company, Shila Amzah Boutique Sdn. Bhd.

On 5 June 2016, Shila launched her own clothing line and her exclusive boutique called SA by Shila Amzah Boutique located at Bangi Sentral, Selangor, Malaysia.[4]

Discography[edit]

Malaysian discography

Studio albums

International discography

Concerts[edit]

World Tour[edit]

  • 2017: Shila Amzah "My Journey" World Tour[where?]
  • 2018: Shila Amzah "Loving You" World Tour[where?]

Major[edit]

Showcase[edit]

  • 2013: Shila Amzah Showcase, Penthouse, The Icon, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia[31]
  • 2015: Shila Amzah Exclusive Showcase, Resort World Sentosa, Singapore[82]

As guest[edit]

  • 2014: JJ Lin Time Line World Concert, China
  • 2015: KEF x Khalil Fong Concert, Hong Kong

Collaboration[edit]

Malaysia

  • 2012: A Journey Through Time Concert, Malaysia
  • 2012: Shila Amzah Concert: Gala Amal Pamoga-Gaza, Malaysia[83]
  • 2013: Setia Super Concert, Setia Tropika Johor Bahru, Malaysia
  • 2015: Iskandar Waterfront Carnival Concert, Danga Bay, Johor, Malaysia
  • 2015: Gateway Klang Concert, Malaysia
  • 2015: Miri City 10th Anniversary Concert, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
  • 2015: AIA Generasi Malaysia Concert, Putra Indoor Stadium Bukit Jalil, Malaysia[84]

China

  • 2014: Ci Xi Concert, China
  • 2014: Guiling Wanda GuangXi All-Star Concert, China
  • 2014: Eric Moo-Shila Amzah Love Hurricane Concert, China
  • 2014: Asian Superstar Concert, China
  • 2014: SuQian JiangSu Concert, China
  • 2014: TangShang Hebei Concert, China
  • 2014: Galaxy Macau Star Filled Golden Concert, Macau, China
  • 2014: Nanjing MTV Real Live Concert, Nanjing, China
  • 2015: Nanjing All-Star Concert, Nanjing, China
  • 2015: New Silk Road of Sail Stars Passion Concert, Xining, China

Other

  • 2011: Asia Star Session Concert, Kazakhstan[85]
  • 2012: Ekspresi Karya Gemilang Concert, Indonesia
  • 2014: Midem Festival (Malaysian Supernova Night), Cannes, France[86]
  • 2014: Skechers Sundown Music Festival Concert, Singapore

Single promos[edit]

Year Single Campaign / Promotion
2009 Hanya Kita Clean & Clear's Malaysia Promo
Tunjukkan Cintamu Cornetto's Love Promo (with RAN)
Best of Both Worlds Disney Channel's Promo (with Miley Cyrus)
Rentak Optimis Camnilah Muzik!'s Coca-Cola Promo (with Dafi)
Through My Window TMnet Everyone Connects (also participated by Bunkface, Tomok, Akim Ahmad, Dafi dan Stacy)
2012 Ke Akhir Garisan Sorakan Emas 1Malaysia Olimpik London

Filmography[edit]

Year Network Channel Type Title Role Notes Country
2012 Astro Astro Ria Telemovie Patah Seribu[87] Bella (as a lover to Azu played by Sharnaaz Ahmad) Female lead role Malaysia
2014 Hunan Broadcasting System Golden Eagle Cartoon [zh] Kids Show Roco Kingdom [zh]: Magic School Season 1[88] Shila Nana (茜拉娜娜) Guest star; 8 episodes China

Videography[edit]

Music videos[edit]

Year Music video Length Director Producer Notes
2005 Kita Berdansa (Loco Loco) 3:29 N/A N/A
Yang Teristimewa 4:11 N/A N/A
2008 Memori Tercipta 2:30 N/A N/A With Ayu Damit
Hanya Kita & Bebaskan 7:00 N/A N/A
2009 Ada Saja 2:45 N/A N/A
Tunjukkan Cintamu 4:30 N/A N/A With RAN Group
Rentak Optimis 2:30 N/A N/A With Dafi AF
Through My Window 2:24 N/A N/A
Best of Both Worlds 3:11 N/A N/A With Miley Cyrus
Disney Channel's Hannah Montana Promo
2011 Beribu Sesalan 3:57 N/A N/A With Ning Baizura & Jaclyn Victor from 3 Suara
Patah Seribu (Part I) 5:24 N/A N/A
Patah Seribu (Part II) 4:00 N/A N/A
2012 Ke Akhir Garisan 2:59 N/A N/A Promotional single
Deja Vu 4:10 N/A N/A Original soundtrack from Aku, Kau & Dia
Aku Kau dan Dia 4:08 N/A N/A
2013 Masih Aku Cinta 5:28 N/A N/A This marks her first music video with hijab
2015 再见不再见 4:36 Raja Harith Blublack Production Released by Shila Amzah
This mark her first MV using Mandarin
再見不再見 4:42 Released by Vie Media, Shila's International PR
再见不再见 4:58 N/A N/A Released by Wav Music & Entertainment
再見 3:46 Shila Amzah Shila Amzah Copyright: Shilala (HK) Limited
Released on 5 December 2015, 12:35 p.m. (GMT+8)
2016 Who's Got The Power? (Bahasa Melayu) 2:00 N/A Cartoon Network Asia Cartoon Network's The Powerpuff Girls Promo
Who's Got The Power? (Chinese) N/A
Selamanya Cinta feat. Alif Satar (Lyric Video) 4:30 Shila Amzah Shila Amzah Copyright: Shilala (HK) Limited
Manusia 3:53 Fairuz Ismail Farah Alia Asa'ari
2017 When I Love Me 3:22 Shila Amzah Shila Amzah

Music covers[edit]

Year Music cover Original singer Length Current views
2012 Ji De JJ Lin 3:37 74,199
Aku Yang Tersakiti Judika 3:18 527,549
Setengah Mati Rindu Judika 3:15 32,137
2013 Cups feat. Syada Amzah Anna Kendrick 2:06 334,999
Kepadamu Kekasih feat. Syafiq Amzah M. Nasir 3:17 77,832
Miraie Kiroro 5:29 215,000
Tetap Menantimu Nomad 4:18 260,828
Wrecking Ball Miley Cyrus 3:28 543,129
Relaku Pujuk Spider 3:44 82,688
2015 Hello Adele 5:00 711,266
One Last Time Ariana Grande 3:41 102,314
Thinking Out Loud Ed Sheeran 4:52 142,533
Same Old Love Selena Gomez 3:51 86,767
Like I'm Gonna Lose You Meghan Trainor feat. John Legend 3:39 115,873
Stone Cold Demi Lovato 3:30 101,499
Love Yourself Justin Bieber 4:10 688,273
2016 Sorry Justin Bieber 3:16 155,170
Janam Janam Arijit Singh & Antara Mitra 4:03 1,967,366
All I Ask Adele 4:54 790,262
Dangerous Woman (A Cappella) Ariana Grande 4:23 196,317
Bimbang Melly 5:35 218,274
You Are My Everything Gummy 4:00 263,185
We Don't Talk Anymore feat. Alif Satar Charlie Puth feat. Selena Gomez 3:10 202,532
Ignorance Paramore 2:40 63,306
Come Back Home 2NEI 3:19 212,372
2017 Last Dance BIGBANG 4:41 669,704
Whistle BLACKPINK 3:35 694,201
Beautiful (Goblin Original Soundtrack) Crush 3:48 725,127
It Ain't Me Kygo, Selena Gomez 3:39 28,411
Say You Won't Let Go James Arthur 3:31 27,283
Decode Paramore 4:11 8,448

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