Siti Nurhaliza discography

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Siti Nurhaliza discography
Siti Nurhaliza - KLIFF 08.jpg
Siti Nurhaliza performing as the opening act at the Kuala Lumpur International Film Festival 2008.
Studio albums 16
Music videos 70
Singles
  • 52 (Air-Play Release)
Special album 1
Duet albums 2
Compilation albums 8
Live albums 8

This is a list of albums and singles by Siti Nurhaliza where she has sold an estimated of more than 4.9 million records in Asian market especially in Malaysian and Indonesian markets out of her 15 years of singing career. Within five years, the sales for her first six albums have already reached 1 million units in the Malaysian market[1][2] and another 500 000 units from the Indonesian market.[2] Her debut album was revealed to sold more than 800,000 copies [3] and eight out of 15 of her solo albums have received either Gold, Platinum or multiple platinum certifications from Malaysia and Indonesia.

In 2000, her album sales alone contributed to 10 percent of Malaysia's total album sales.[4] To date, this Malaysian singer albums discography consists of 16 solo studio albums, 2 duet albums, 8 live albums, 11 compilation albums and had recorded more than 250 songs and singles. She also releases 70 music videos.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position [note 1] Sales Certifications
1996 Siti Nurhaliza 8[5][note 2]
  • Malaysia: 800,000[3]
1997 Siti Nurhaliza
  • Studio album
  • Released: 1997
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
2[6]
  • Malaysia: 400,000[7]
  • Indonesia: 500,000[8]
Cindai
  • Studio Album
  • Released: 1997
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
1[11]
  • Malaysia: 400,000[12]
  • Indonesia: 100,000[12]
1998 Adiwarna
  • Studio album
  • Released: 1998
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
1[14]
1999 Pancawarna
  • Studio album
  • Released: 1999
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
1[17]
2000 Sahmura
  • Studio album
  • Released: 2000
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
1[19]
  • RIM: 2× Platinum[10]
2001 Safa
  • Studio album
  • Released: 2001
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
2[20]
2002 Sanggar Mustika
  • Studio Album
  • Released: 2002
  • Formats: CD, cassette
  • Label: Suria Records
1[21]
  • Indonesia: 75,000
2003 E.M.A.S
  • Studio Album
  • Released: 2003
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
  • Malaysia: 200,000[23]
  • Indonesia: 300,000[24]
  • RIM: 2× Platinum[10]
  • ASIRI: Platinum[10]
2004 Prasasti Seni
  • Studio Album
  • Released: 2004
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
  • Malaysia: 100,000[25]
  • Indonesia:700,000[26]
2006 Transkripsi 1[27]
  • Malaysia: 80,000[25]
  • RIM: 4× Platinum[28]
2007 Hadiah Daripada Hati
  • Studio Album
  • Released: 2007
  • Formats: CD, cassette, digital download
  • Label: Siti Nurhaliza Productions
2008 Lentera Timur
  • Studio Album
  • Released: 2008
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Label: Siti Nurhaliza Productions
  • Malaysia: 40,000[30]
2009 Tahajjud Cinta
  • Studio Album
  • Released: 2009
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Label: Siti Nurhaliza Productions
  • Malaysia: 10,000[31]
2011 All Your Love
  • First English Studio Album
  • Released: 2011
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Label: Siti Nurhaliza Productions, What's Up Entertainment, Warner Music
2014 Fragmen
  • Malaysia: 50,000[34]
2017 SimetriSiti
  • Malaysia: 300Exclusive Version
  • Exclusive Version: Sold Out[36]
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Special album[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
2003 Anugerah Aidilfitri
  • Indonesia:50,000[37]
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Duet albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
1999 Seri Balas (duet album with Noraniza Idris)
  • Duet album
  • Released: 1999
  • Formats: CD, cassette
  • Label: Suria Records
1[39]
  • Malaysia: 100,000[40]
2010 CTKD (duet album with Krisdayanti)
  • Duet album
  • Released: 2010
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records, Siti Nurhaliza Productions
  • Indonesia: 10,000[41]
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Live albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
1999 Konsert Live Siti Nurhaliza
  • Live album
  • Released: 1999
  • Formats: VCD, CD
  • Label: Suria Records
4[19]
2001 Konsert Mega Siti Nurhaliza, Bukit Jalil 2001
  • Live album
  • Released: 2001
  • Format: VCD, CD
  • Label: Suria Records
2002 Konsert Salam Terakhir Siti Nurhaliza – Untukmu Sudir
  • Live album
  • Released: 2002
  • Formats: VCD, CD, digital download
  • Label: Suria Records
2004 Secretaries Week Celebration 2004
  • Live album
  • Released: 2004
  • Formats: VCD, CD
  • Label: Suria Records
Siti Nurhaliza Live In Concert 2004
  • Live album
  • Released: 2004
  • Formats: VCD, CD
  • Label: Suria Records
2005 Siti Nurhaliza In Concert, Royal Albert Hall London
  • Live album
  • Released: 2005
  • Formats: DVD, VCD, CD
  • Label: Suria Records
  • Malaysia:60,000
  • RIM: 3× Platinum[28]
2006 Konsert Akustik Siti Nurhaliza
  • Live album
  • Released: 2006
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Berjaya HVN
2014 Konsert Lentera Timur Dato' Siti Nurhaliza
  • Live album
  • Released: 2014
  • Formats: CD, VCD, DVD, digital download
  • Label: Siti Nurhaliza Productions, Universal Music Malaysia
2015 Unplugged
  • Live album
  • Released: 2015
  • Formats: CD, VCD, DVD, LP record, digital download
  • Label: Siti Nurhaliza Productions, EMI Malaysia, Universal Music Malaysia
  • Malaysia:5,000[42]
2016 Dato' Siti Nurhaliza & Friends Live
  • Live album
  • Released: 2016
  • Formats: Digital (Streaming)
  • Label: Yonder Music Malaysia
Konsert Satu Suara, Vol. 2
  • Live album
  • Released: 2016
  • Formats: Digital (Download & streaming)
  • Label: Siti Nurhaliza Productions, Universal Music Malaysia
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Compilation albums[edit]

Solo compilation albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
2000 The Best of Siti Nurhaliza 2[43]
  • Malaysia: 60,000[44]
  • Indonesia: 75,000[45]
  • ASIRI: Platinum[45]
2001 Most Award Winning Artiste
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2001
  • Format: CD, cassette
  • Label: Suria Records
2[46]
2006 Cerita Cinta
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2006
  • Formats: CD, cassette
  • Label: Suria Records
2007 Klasik
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2007
  • Formats: CD, cassette
  • Label: Suria Records
2008 Permata Irama
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2008
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
2010 Siti & Friends
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2010
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
2012 Pewaris Lagu-Lagu Tradisional
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2012
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Indonesian solo compilation albums[edit]

Year Title ASIRI Peak Position Sales Certifications
1999 Golden Awards - Shanghai Festival 1999-2000 Siti Nurhaliza Purnama Merindu
2000 2000 Lagu-lagu Terbaik Siti Nurhaliza
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2000
  • Formats: CD, cassette
  • Label: Blackboard, Suria Records
2000 Best of The Best Siti Nurhaliza AMI Sharp Awards
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2000
  • Format: cassette
  • Label: EMI Indonesia, Suria Records
2004 The Best of Siti Nurhaliza Vol. 2
  • Compilation album
  • Released: 2004
  • Formats: CD, cassette
  • Label: Warner Music Indonesia, Suria Records
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Duet/group compilation albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position (Compilation) Sales Certifications
1999 Molek (compilation album with Noraniza Idris and Liza Hanim)
  • Group compilation album
  • Released: 1999
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
3[47]
2008 Lebaran Bersama Siti & Teman-Teman (compilation album with various artists)
  • Group compilation album
  • Released: 2008
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
2008 2 Diva (duet album with Krisdayanti)
  • Duet compilation album
  • Released: 2008
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records & Warner Music
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Other albums[edit]

Instrumental albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
1997 Siti Nurhaliza Minus One Karaoke
  • Minus One album
  • Released: 1997
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
2001 Melodi Kristal
  • Music Box album
  • Released: 2001
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
2002 Melodi Kristal 2
  • Music Box album
  • Released: 2002
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
2003 Melodi Kristal 3
  • Music Box album
  • Released: 2003
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Remix album[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
2007 S.N. House Mix
  • Remix album
  • Released: 2007
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Album RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications Title Notes
2003 OST Koleksi Terbaik
  • Various Artists
  • Released: 2003
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
Tetap Di sini Theme song for movie Paloh.
Untukmu Selamanya Theme song for movie Laila Isabella.
Air Mata Ibu Theme song for a telemovie, Air Mata Ibu.
2004 Puteri Gunung Ledang Sound Track
  • Various Artists
  • Released: 2004
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Suria Records
Bagaikan Sakti (duet with M. Nasir)
2007 Kayangan The Soundtrack
  • Various Artist
  • Released: 2007
  • Formats: CD
  • Label: Maestro Talent
Menanti Pasti
2008 P. Ramlee The Musical
  • Various Artist
  • Released: 2008
  • Formats: CD + DVD
  • Label: Enfiniti Vision Media
Mulanya Cinta This album includes a special CD and DVD for behind the scenes and music videos for two songs from the same album.
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Other songs[edit]

Songs from Indonesian version of Siti's albums
Year Title Notes
1997 Betapa Ku Cinta Padamu An Indonesian version of one of her singles, Aku Cinta Padamu, from album Betapa Ku Cinta Padamu, an Indonesian version of her sophomore album, Siti Nurhaliza II.
1998 Menyintaimu Selamanya An Indonesian version of one of her songs, Sendiri, from album Menyintaimu Selamanya, an Indonesian version of her fourth album, Adiwarna.
Songs/singles from non-solo studio or duet compilation albums
Year Title Notes
1999 Hati Kama (duet with Noraniza Idris) Featured in her very first duet album with Noraniza Idris, Seri Balas.
Ketawa Lagi (duet with Noraniza Idris)
Walinong Sari
Musalmah Manis
Lenggang Lenggok (duet with Noraniza Idris)
Pulau Pisang
Dondang Dendang (duet with Noraniza Idris)
2000 Dalam Taman Syahdu Featured in her very first compilation album, The Best Of Siti Nurhaliza.
Gelora Kasih
2001 Don't Put My Heart On Hold Featured in her special compilation album commemorating her title as the Most Award Winning Artiste by the Malaysia's Book of Records, The Malaysia Book Of Records: Edisi Istimewa.
We'll Be As One
2005 Because You Loved Me Featured in a special album with Samsung, Samsung My World when she was the ambassadress for the brand.[48] This was her second attempt to sing in Mandarin with the debut of two cover of Mandarin songs, 征服 (Zheng Fu) and 月亮代表我的心 (Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin) which she originally performed live at the 15th Golden Melody Awards in 2004.[49]
征服 (Zheng Fu)
月亮代表我的心 (Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin)
2006 Cahaya Cinta Featured in a special album, where it is a gift from Suria Records to Siti Nurhaliza for her wedding.[50]
2007 Jangan Ditanya Featured in one of her compilation albums composing only traditional songs, Klasik.[51]
Sirih Pinang
2010 Jika Kau Tak Datang (duet with Krisdayanti) Featured in Siti's second duet album which was a co-operation with Krisdayanti, CTKD: Canda, Tangis, Ketawa, Duka.[52]
Sebagai Teman (duet with Krisdayanti)
Amarah (duet with Krisdayanti)
Hanya Dia (duet with Krisdayanti)
Dalam Diamku (duet with Krisdayanti)
Tanpamu (duet with Krisdayanti)
2012 Zapin Bernasib Previously unreleased track, featured in one of her compilation albums composing only traditional songs, Pewaris Lagu-Lagu Tradisional.
2014 Popaleh Weh Featured in her live albums of traditional concert, Konsert Lentera Timur Dato' Siti Nurhaliza.
Citra Budaya
Songs/singles from a group compilation or special works
Year Title Notes
1996 Mawarku (duet with 2 By 2) Featured in an album by 2 By 2, Rindu. As of 2005, the album has been sold to an excess of 100,000 units.[3]
Lagu Gembira (duet with 2 By 2)
1997 Gubahanku (duet with 2 By 2) Featured in an album by 2 By 2, Pak Pung Mustafe.
Tiga Malam (duet with 2 By 2)
1998 Nikmat Hari Raya (duet with Noraniza Idris and 5 September) Featured in an Eid ul-Fitr album, Seleksi Hari Raya.[53]
Kini Kau Disisi Featured in an album with Noraniza Idris and Liza Hanim, Molek.
Kuala Lumpur A special song promoting Kuala Lumpur.[54]
Tiga Malam (solo version) Featured in a compilation album with Noraniza Idris, Liza Hanim and A to Z.
1999 Xin Yuan (duet with Candy Cheah) Siti's first Mandarin song which was featured in Candy Cheah's debut album, Wa Zi. The album has been sold more than 10,000 units[55]
2000 Ask For More Promotional theme for Pepsi, an alternative cover of Janet Jackson's original, where it also has a Malay version of the same song, Nikmat Terasa.[56]
Nikmat Terasa
2001 Cuti-Cuti Malaysia A theme song to promote domestic tourism with the collaboration with Malaysia's Ministry of Tourism.[57]
Nikmat Hari Mulia (duet with Aqasha, New Boys and Noraniza Idris) Featured in an Eid ul-Fitr album, Salam Aidilfitri.
Pandang-pandang Jeling-jeling (duet with Tan Sri S.M Salim) Featured in an album by Tan Sri S.M. Salim, Perjalanan Seni - S M Salim & Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. As of 2003, the album has been sold more than 60,000 units.[58]
Mohon Kasih (duet with Tan Sri S.M Salim)
2002 Aidilfitri Di Alaf Baru (duet with Anis Suraya, Liza Hanim, New Boys and Noraniza Idris) Featured in an Eid ul-Fitr album, Fiesta Aidilfitri.
Membaca Gaya Warisan A theme song for reading campaign, with collaboration with various artists.[59]
2003 Treasure The World A song composed by Kazufumi Miyazawa and Dick Lee for Japan and Asean Pop Stars Dream Concert 2003 (J-Asean Pops 2003) in Yokohama, Japan where it is a song where each singer from each country sang that song in their native language.[60] She also sang the solo Malay version of the song, Dunia Milik Kita.[61]
Dunia Milik Kita
Tetap Di Sini A theme song for movie Paloh.[62]
Bergending Dang Gong (duet with Tan Sri S.M Salim) Featured in an album by Tan Sri S.M. Salim, Sekarang Dah Jadi.
Cintai Kraf Malaysia A theme song for campaign to appreciating Malaysian's craft and handy works.
Semarak Kedamaian (duet with Ning Baizura, Erra Fazira, Yusry KRU, Fazley and Ezlynn) A theme song Malaysian Peace Campaign.[63]
2004 Bagaikan Sakti (duet with M. Nasir) A theme song for movie Puteri Gunung Ledang.[64]
Aktifkan Dirimu (duet with Reshmonu, Vince Chong and Zahid) A promotional song during her 2-year contract with Maxis-Hotlink, where it also has an English version, Activate Yourself.
Activate Yourself(duet with Reshmonu, Vince Chong and Zahid)
With All Our Hearts A theme song for foundation that she has been an ambassador to since 2002.[65]
2005 Dua Dunia (duet with Too Phat) Featured in an album by Too Phat, Rebirth Into Reality where she also sang with them the English version, Million Miles.[66] The album as of 2007 has been sold to more than 25 000 copies, and the song itself has been downloaded for more than 120 000 times.[67]
Million Miles (duet with Too Phat)
Untuk Terakhir Kali Featured in a compilation album, Bintang Hati.
Pohon Asmara
Seri Sarawak Previously unreleased track, featured in a compilation album of traditional songs alongside other artiste, Gemersik Irama Melayu.
Aktifkan Ke Dunia Baru Her second promotional theme song for Maxis.[68]
Bulan Kedamaian A song for Eid ul-Fitr that wasn't released into any albums.
2006 Budi Bahasa Budaya Kita A theme song for promoting good deeds and virtues with the collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage.[69]
Mahligai Gading A theme song for a Malay television series, Mahligai Gading.
2007 Menanti Pasti A theme song for movie Kayangan.[70]
Warna-Warna Malaysiaku Gemilang A promotional song for promoting unity among Malaysian's youth, where she was also one of the icons for the campaign.[71]
2008 Pada Cintanya Theme song for a Malay Drama, Spa Q 2.[72]
Ampun Tuanku Duli Baginda A special song released to commemorate the 50th year on throne of Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah of Kedah.
2009 Suara Sepi Performed during Palestinian charity concert, Konsert Atas Kemanusian.[73]
Satu Malaysia 1Malaysia song contestant.[74]
2010 Hanya Semalam (duet with M. Nasir) Performed in Esplanade Theatre, Singapore.[75]
Rahsiaku Milikmu SimplySiti's theme song which come in a CD for every purchase of SimplySiti's products.[76]
Kini DiKau Jauh She sang the song along with her member of family which it is dedicated to her late father. The song is included in Siti's sisters' collaboration album, Apresiasi.[77]
Harapan Tanpa Suara (duet with Adibah Noor, Aizat Amdan, Amy Mastura, Anita Sarawak, Anuar Zain, Aznil Nawawi, Erra Fazira, Mawi and Maya Karin) A special song in co-operation with Malaysia's Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development and Utusan Malaysia newspaper.[78]
Panggilan (duet with Siti Saerah and Siti Norsaida) Her latest duet with her sisters, Siti Saerah and Siti Norsaida for Aidilfitri.[79]
2011 Satu Malaysia (duet with Atilia, Bob, Danell Lee, Reshmonu, Suki Low and Zainal Abidin) Also known as 1Malaysia song[80][note 5], where she did a recording with[80] - Atilia, Bob, Danell Lee, Reshmonu, Suki Low and Zainal Abidin in conjunction with Malaysia's Government Transformation Programme to commemorate the first year of its achievements.[81]
Astana Jiwa A theme song for a Malay drama Astana Jiwa, composed by Audi Mok and Omar K.[82]
2012 Muhammad Al Ameen (duet with Rabbani) A duet song with a Malaysian Nasyid group, Rabbani in remembrance of Prophet Muhammad's 1433rd Mawlid (birthday).[83]
You Came To Me (duet with Sami Yusuf) Will be featured in Sami Yusuf's latest album, Salaam where the song was recorded in three different languages - Arabic, Malay and English.[84] The album sold Platinum in South-East Asia (15,000 units).[85]
Cinta Tanpa Sempadan (duet with Nurul Zahid) A charity song to collect funds for Persatuan Kebajikan Anak Pesakit HIV/AIDS Nurul Iman Malaysia (Pernim), an organisation for children infected with HIV and AIDS.[86]
Gerak Serentak New songs for 15th Malaysia Games or SUKMA XV, she performed these songs at the opening and closing ceremonies on 9 and 16 July 2012.[87][88]
Popaleh Weh
Muara Hati (duet with Hafiz Suip) A theme song for an 80 episodes TV series, Adam & Hawa.[89]
2013 Galau Her first single that collaborated with Universal Music Malaysia.[90]
Tanah Airku Tanah Airmu Jua (duet with Monoloque) A duet song in conjunction with the Malaysia’s National Day.[91]
2015 Nenje Ezhu Her first recording Tamil song. This song was featured in the International Superstar 2015 program TV, a reality singing competitions on Astro Ulagam. The original song that composed by A.R Rahman for the film, Mariyaan.[92]
Kau Ilhamku (2015) An exclusive rendition of R&B and pop version of Man Bai’s classic song, “Kau Ilhamku” has been reimagined to celebrate the launch of the Yonder Music app in Malaysia. The song was featured top local as well as regional artistes like Yuna, Ariel Noah, Afgan, Elizabeth Tan, Jaclyn Victor, Joe Flizzow, SoneOne, Cita Citata and Russell Curtis. The song was produced by J-Key and Russell Curtis.[93]
2016 Memories A previously unreleased song by Whitney Houston.[94] Recorded by Whitney in 1982, the unreleased song was given to Siti by Yonder Music and was performed as a "digital duet" for the first time at her Dato' Siti Nurhaliza & Friends Concert.[95]
Hari Kemenangan A special single for Eid al-Fitr, written by Siso Kopratasa and produced by Pak Ngah Suhaimi.[96]
Dirgahayu (duet with Faizal Tahir) A theme song for an adaptation Mexico (La Loba) 100 episodes TV series, Lara Aishah.[97]

Videography[edit]

Solo video albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
1997 Siti Nurhaliza
  • Solo video album
  • Released: 1997
  • Formats: VCD, VHS,
  • Label: Suria Records
1997 Cindai
  • Solo video album
  • Released: 1997
  • Formats: VCD, VHS,
  • Label: Suria Records
1998 Adiwarna
  • Solo video album
  • Released: 1998
  • Formats: VCD, VHS,
  • Label: Suria Records
2001 Safa
  • Solo video album
  • Released: 2001
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Solo compilation video albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
1998 CT Best 1
  • Video album
  • Released: 1998
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
1999 CT Best 2
  • Video album
  • Released: 1999
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2000 The Best of Siti Nurhaliza
  • Video album
  • Released: 2000
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2001 CT Best 3
  • Video album
  • Released: 2001
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2001 CT Best 4
  • Video album
  • Released: 2001
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2003 CT Best 5
  • Video album
  • Released: 2003
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2003 CT Best 6
  • Video album
  • Released: 2003
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2003 CT Best 7
  • Video album
  • Released: 2003
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2004 CT Best 8
  • Video album
  • Released: 2004
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2009 Puing-puing Cinta Vol. 1
  • Video album
  • Released: 2009
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2009 Puing-puing Cinta Vol. 2
  • Video album
  • Released: 2009
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Special video albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
2002 Juara Lagu Bersama Siti Nurhaliza
  • video album
  • Released: 2002
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2005 Juara Lagu Bersama Siti Nurhaliza Vol. 2
  • video album
  • Released: 2005
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

DVD albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
2006 Siti Nurhaliza In Concert, Royal Albert Hall London
  • DVD video album
  • Released: 2006
  • Formats: DVD
  • Label: Suria Records
2007 The Best of Siti Nurhaliza
  • DVD video album
  • Released: 2006
  • Formats: DVD
  • Label: Suria Records
2008 2 Diva
  • Duet video album
  • Released: 2008
  • Formats: VCD, DVD,
  • Label: Suria Records, Warner Music Malaysia
2009 Anugerah Aidilfitri
  • DVD album
  • Released: 2009
  • Formats: DVD,
  • Label: Suria Records
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Duet video albums[edit]

Year Title RIM Peak Position Sales Certifications
2007 Seri Balas
  • Duet video album
  • Released: 2007
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2007 Mawar-mawarku
  • Duet video album
  • Released: 2007
  • Formats: VCD
  • Label: Suria Records
2008 2 Diva
  • Duet video album
  • Released: 2008
  • Formats: VCD, DVD,
  • Label: Suria Records, Warner Music Malaysia
"—" denotes albums which did not chart or the chart ceased to be available.

Music videos[edit]

List of music videos, with directors (where available), albums and year.
Title Year Album Director
"Jerat Percintaan" 1996 Siti Nurhaliza I
"Jawapan di Persimpangan"
"Aku Cinta Padamu" 1997 Siti Nurhaliza II
"Wajah Kekasih"
"Bisikan Asmara"
"Tirai Semalam"
"Kesilapanku, Keegoanmu"
"Khayalan Cinta"
"Usah Diragui"
"Rindu Di Antara Kita"
"Cindai" Cindai
"Joget Berhibur"
"Laksamana Mati Dibunuh"
"Janji"
"Lela Manja"
"Kaparinyo"
"Es Lilin"
"Damak"
"Joget Pahang"
"Patah Hati"
"Purnama Merindu" 1998 Adiwarna
"Diari Hatimu"
"Satu Cinta Dua Jiwa"
"Sendiri (Mencintaimu Selamanya)"
"Kita Kan Bersama"
"Lagu Ku Di Hatimu"
"Demi Kasih Sayang"
"Gelora Asmara"
"Tak Rela Berpisah Darimu"
"Tak Boleh Lupa"
"Kau Kekasihku" 1999 Pancawarna
"Engkau Bagaikan Permata"
"Seribu Kemanisan"
"Nian di Hati"
"Balqis" 2000 Sahmura
"Ya Maulai"
"Percayalah" 2001 Safa Rizal Mantovani
"Lakaran Kehidupan"
"Azimat Cinta"
"Bicara Manis Menghiris Kalbu"
"Jalinan Cinta"
"Milikmu Teristimewa"
"Indah Percintaan"
"Kudus Sinarmu"
"Kau Ku Sayang"
"Beradu di Khayalan"
"Nirmala" 2002 Sanggar Mustika
"Badarsila"
"Bukan Cinta Biasa" 2003 E.M.A.S
"Ku Milikmu"
"Debaran Cinta"
"Sebenar Cinta"
"Tetap di Sini"
"Janji Kasih"
"Airmata Ibu"
"Seindah Biasa" 2004 Prasasti Seni
"Dialah di Hati"
"Lagu Rindu"
"Pejam Matamu"
"Biarlah Rahsia" 2006 Transkripsi Rizal Mantovani
"Bisakah"
"Melawan Kesepian" 2007 Hadiah Daripada Hati
"Cinta Ini" 2008 Lentera Timur Anuar Sujud @ Rauna Jud
"Pada Cintanya" 2009 N/A Redza Fahmy
"Ku Percaya Ada Cinta" Tahajjud Cinta Hafizh Che Mat
"Falling In Love" 2011 All Your Love Khairul Azmi
"Muara Hati" (with Hafiz Suip) 2012 N/A Ghaz Abu Bakar
"Galau" 2013 N/A Daryl Adrian Emuang
"Jaga Dia Untukku" 2014 Fragmen
"Mikraj Cinta" 2015 Unplugged Zul, Aloi
"Menatap Dalam Mimpi" 2016
"—" denotes no director information available.

Footnotes[edit]

  • Note 1: ^ Recording Industry Association of Malaysia (RIM) divided the charts based on whether the albums are locally or internationally produced. It also has separate chart for compilation albums.
  • Note 2: ^ This album could be charted higher than stated here, since the data by the Billboard starting to be available early 1997 whereas the album was released in April 1996.
  • Note 3: ^ For an album that was produced before 2003, an album has to have achieved a sale of 50,000 units to get single Platinum certification.
  • Note 4: ^ The sale for the first four months.
  • Note 5: ^ Not to be confused with the song she entered for the 2009 1Malaysia song competition which also bears the same.

See also[edit]

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