Ziana Zain

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This article is about the musician. For her 1993 self-titled album, see Ziana Zain 1993. For her 1999 self-titled album, see Ziana Zain (album).
This is a Malay name; the name Zin is a patronymic, not a family name, and the person should be referred to by the given name, Siti Roziana.
Ziana Zain
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Ziana Zain performed her single "Dingin" during AJL23
Background information
Birth name Siti Roziana binti Zain
Born (1968-05-02) 2 May 1968 (age 47)
Origin Kampung Sempang, Merlimau, Malacca, Malaysia
Genres Pop, soft rock, ethnic
Occupation(s) Singer, actress, model, spokesperson
Years active 1991–present
Labels BMG Music (1991–2002)
EMI (2002–present)
Associated acts Zig Zag Beat, Awie, Anuar Zain, Daud Ab Hamid
Website www.zianazain.net

Siti Roziana binti Zain (born 2 May 1968), known by her stage name Ziana Zain is a Malaysian pop singer-songwriter, model, entrepreneur and actress. Taking the local music scene by storm in the early '90s, Ziana captivated fans with her signature single, Madah Berhelah. After that, the singer, who mesmerised the music scene with hits like Anggapanmu, Setia Ku Di Sini and Puncak Kasih. Her talent was established internationally when she was crowned Voice of Asia in Kazakhstan in 1995.[1][2][3]



Zain signed a contract to record an album under BMG Asia Pacific (which has now become BMG Music). In 1991, she released her debut album Madah Berhelah.


Ziana's second album, Ziana Zain was released in 1993 and sold more than 85,000 copies. The album featured one foreign language track, "Chitose Bashi". The singles of the album included "Anggapanmu" and "Putus Terpaksa".

Her third album, Setia Ku Di Sini was released later in 1995 and she worked very closely with local composers. The album was certified 3x Platinum by RIM with 175,000 copies being sold. The album garnered her the "Best Female Vocalist in an Album" award at 1996's Anugerah Industri Muzik award. Ziana released five singles from the album and the lead single, "Kemelut Di Muara Kasih", was another commercial success. Four other singles, "Bersama Akhirnya", "Setia Ku Di Sini", "Sangkar Cinta" and "Tiada Kepastian", went to top significant charts across Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei. The song "Bersama Akhirnya" garnered her the Best Solo Performance award in Pujaan 10 Nescafe.

Ziana released her fourth album, Puncak Kasih, on 28 May 1997. It won Best Pop Album in 1998's Anugerah Industri Muzik. The lead single of the album, "Puncak Kasih", was a success. It managed to stay at No. 1 in Carta Muzik Muzik for 15 consecutive weeks. The song also won Best Ballad Song in 1998's Anugerah Juara Lagu.


Her comeback album was released in 2001 right after her pregnancy. The album, Aku Cintakan Mu, sold more than 20,000 copies. The album won Best Album category in 2002's Anugerah Planet Muzik. The album received a nomination for "Best Female Vocalist in an Album" in 2002's Anugerah Industri Muzik. The album's lead single, "Menadah Gerimis", won Best Ballad Song category in 2002's Anugerah Juara Lagu award. It also won Best Song in Anugerah Planet Muzik that year, apart from being voted as the Best Pop Song Choice award in Anugerah Era. Two other singles from the album were released, namely "Bagai Gahara" and "Terkenang Jua". Both of the singles did not make it to the final round in Anugerah Juara Lagu. This album was Ziana's last studio album with BMG label.

Career break: 2005–2008[edit]

After the release of the album, Ziana took a career break for four years without releasing any studio albums.


Ziana Zain performing her single, "Dingin" at the final of Anugerah Juara Lagu ke-23

She released a mini album in 2008 entitled Dingin. The album featured four tracks and was nominated for Best Pop Song category in 2008's Anugerah Industri Muzik award.[4] The song also managed to get into the final round of 2008's Anugerah Juara Lagu in Best Ballad Song category. However, it was lost to Faizal Tahir's "Sampai Syurga".[verification needed]

In February 2009, it was confirmed that Ziana was pregnant with twins.[5] She gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl on 23 July 2009 in Shah Alam.[6][verification needed]

In January 2010, after six months of absence, finally Ziana returned to public as a surprise guest in the second annual gathering of Murai.com to celebrate the launching of a new fashion segment, Stailista, in the web portal.[7] In that event, she stated that she would release two new singles from her upcoming untitled album. The singles, Pawana and Dirimu Satu, were expected to be released in June 2010.[8]

Furthermore, Ziana was one of the mentors in the fourth season of a singing competition called, Mentor. As the singing competition ended in July 2010, Ziana and her protégé, Mohd were announced as the winner for that season. With that success, they managed to take home RM 100 000 and a trophy.[9][10]

For her acting career, Ziana appeared in her new film, Magika, which was directed by Edry KRU. During the preview of the film, Ziana received positive reviews on her excellent acting.[8][11]

In addition, taking place in Cititel Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Ziana Zain had been announced as a spokesperson for Slimworld Beauty House. This was the seventh years she was appointed as the ambassador of the beauty house.[12]

Apart from singing, acting and being product ambassador, Ziana is also involved in theatrical performance. Together with fellow singer Misha Omar, she was cast in the second season of a musical theatre production entitled Teater Muzikal Gamat 2. The performance, which commenced on 12 March 2010, was held in the Auditorium of Malaysian Tourism Centre (MaTiC), Kuala Lumpur, for 11 consecutive days.[13] This was Ziana's second participation in theatre after Musical Theater Antara.

In 2011, Ziana Zain made some controversial remarks on Malaysian artist associations where she said the participation of Malaysian celebrities in these associations is just a waste of time. According to her, associations such as the Artists Association of Malaysia (Seniman), Karyawan Association (Karyawan) and Papita only serve the interests of a selected few and therefore should be disbanded.[14]


In April 2014, Zain announced her solo concert, I Am Ziana Zain will be held in September 2014. The concert is scheduled to be held at her homestate, Malacca International Trade Centre.This will be her first solo concert after 15 years.[15] Unfortunately, due to "organizer's internal problems" the concert was cancelled.[16]

On 15 July 2014, Zain stepped out in a new look, wearing full hijab[17] with the approval of media outlets and fans. Zain also revealed in an interview that her upcoming album is in the works. She is working with Faizal Tahir and Awi Rafael for the new album.[17]

Asian Music Exposure[edit]

  • 1989 – Sang one of the soundtrack of 15th Southeast Asia (SEA) Games
  • 1992 – Selected to sing Japanese popular song, Chitose Bashi in an album Asian Voices
  • 1993 – Recorded 2 English songs in Colors of Love, album involving 5 best Asian Singer
  • 1993 – Performed in Asia Pop Queen Festival that held in Hiroshima and Fukuoka Japan[18]
  • 1995 – Won main award in Voice of Asia, Kazakhstan
  • 1995 – Performed in Asia Live konsert, aired over Japan's NHK satellite TV Channel Two[19][20]
  • 1996 – Won Golden Melody Award in Japan Music Festival, Japan
  • 1996 – Recorded 2 Disney's songs in an album called A Musical Salute to Disney[21][22][23]
  • 1996 – Involved in Musical Program, The Big Show in Singapore[24]
  • 1997 – Invited to OMEGA International Celebrity Club in Crans Montana, Switzerland[25][26][27][28]
  • 1997 – Performed in Asian Music Scene[29][30][31]
  • 1998 – Performed live during Opening 16th Commonwealth Games with the song Strive for the Best[32]
  • 2002 – Invited to St Moritz, Switzerland for her 6th appointment of OMEGA ambassador[33][34]
  • 2003 – Invited to Auckland, New Zealand for OMEGA Seamaster watch launching[35]
  • 2007 – Invited to Beijing, China for FENDI Summer Fashion Show[36]
  • 2010 – Invited to Australia for Photo-shoot with Louis Vuitton products.[37]

In 20 years in the music industry, she has collaborated with many celebrities, including Jim Brickman,[38] Cindy Crawford,[39][40] Anna Kournikova,[41][42] Kate Bosworth,[36][43] Shah Rukh Khan,[44][45] Ralf Schumacher


Studio albums[edit]

Year Album Notable Songs Units Sold
1991 Madah Berhelah Madah Berhelah, Riwayat Cinta 40,000[46][47]
1993 Ziana Zain Anggapanmu, Putus Terpaksa, Mimpimu Bukan Mimpiku 85,000[46]
1995 Setia Ku Di Sini Kemelut Di Muara Kasih, Bersama Akhirnya, Setia Ku Di Sini, Sangkar Cinta, Tiada Kepastian 180,000[48]
1997 Puncak Kasih Puncak Kasih, Berpisah Jua, Kalau Mencari Teman, Terlerai Kasih 150,000[49]
1999 Ziana Zain Syurga Di Hati Kita, Ada Suara Ada Cinta, Kesuma Hati, Penawar Semalu 50,000[50]
2001 Aku Cintakan Mu Menadah Gerimis, Terkenang Jua, Fatalistik, Bagai Gahara 45,000[51]
2008 Dingin Dingin -


  • Koleksi Khas
  • Best of Ziana Zain
  • Ziana Zain's Choice
  • Ratu – Satu Penghargaan
  • Keunggulan Ziana Zain
  • The Essentials

Live albums[edit]

  • Ziana Zain Unplugged
  • Ziana Zain No. 1s Live

Films Soundtracks[edit]

  • Sembilu
  • Sembilu II
  • Maria Mariana
  • Merah
  • Maria Mariana II


  • Konsert Zon Perlindungan Ziana Zain
  • The Best of Ziana Zain
  • Balada Hits Karaoke Ziana Zain
  • Karaoke Bersama Ziana Zain
  • Ziana Zain Lembah Asmara: A Beautiful Love Story
  • Keunggulan Ziana Zain VCD Karaoke


Acting career[edit]

In addition to her music career, Ziana also diverted her focus into acting. Her acting career transpired when she was approached by Dato' Yusof Haslam. She agreed to appear in his film Sembilu,[63][64] as a supporting actress with the role "Ziana". The film marked her debut as an actress. It was a successful box-office, grossing RM4.2 million.[65] The film also helped Ziana established herself as a successful actress, especially after winning the Most Popular Supporting Actress category in 1994's Anugerah Bintang Popular Awards, alongside her co-star Erra Fazira who was catapulted into fame after her debut appearance through this film. The film's soundtrack also featured a number of Ziana's songs including "Ku Cinta Padamu", "Anggapanmu" and "Mimpimu Bukan Mimpiku". In the 1996 Sembilu follow-up, Sembilu II,[66] Ziana reprised her role to critical claim.[verification needed]

Other box-office films that Ziana has performed include Maria Mariana (1996),[67] Merah (1997),[68] Maria Mariana II (1998),[69] Sembilu 2005 (2005),[70] Pontianak Menjerit (2005),[71] and Qabil Khusry Qabil Igam (2007).[72] Besides acting in film, Ziana also appeared in television dramas. Her first drama acting was directed by Erma Fatima entitled Cermin Pada Bulan.[73] Ziana was the leading actress in the drama and her performance in the drama generally received notable compliments. In 2007, Ziana varied her acting skill by accepting a role in a comedy drama entitled 4 Diva Sekampung,[74] which is about four divas who get stuck in their way back to their hometown because of their van's breakdown. The drama was screened during Hari Raya. Ziana also appeared as a leading actress in Tetamu Allah as well as her latest drama which is Nur Kasih di Jabal Rahmah. Both dramas were directed by Erma Fatima.

Products and endorsements[edit]

After almost 20 years in the music industry, Zian had been chosen as spokesperson by many international and local products. Recently, Ziana and her family were appointed as spokesperson for a hygiene product, Antabax.[75][76][77] This was the 11th product that has appointed Ziana as their spokesperson. Besides antabax, she has shilled:

In 2005, Ziana became the first Malaysian artist to release her own perfume, "Truly", which was distributed by Nutrimetics company.[91][92] In addition, Ziana Zain has been an endorser of the product VONO Mattress for 10 years.[93]

Awards and accolades[edit]


Year Title Role Notes
1994 Sembilu Ziana 4.2 mil[94]
1995 Sembilu II Ziana 6 mil[94]
1996 Maria Mariana Mariana 4.8 mil[94]
1997 Merah Kasih 2 mil[94]
1998 Maria Mariana II Mariana 3.5 mil[94]
2005 Sembilu 2005 Marina 1.39 mil[94]
Pontianak Menjerit Ziana 1.2 mil[94]
2007 Qabil Khushry Qabil Igam Rani 1.573 mil[94]
2010 Magika Nenek Kebayan 4 mil[95]
Year Title Role Notes
1998 Serunding Cikgu Fatimah Directed by Azwan Ali
2005 Cermin Pada Bulan Sophia Directed by Erma Fatima
2007 4 Diva Sekampung Directed by Din CJ
2008 Tetamu Allah Juliana Directed by Erma Fatima
2009 Nur Kasih Di Jabal Rahmah Wanda
2010 Mentor Herself
Musical theatre
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Teater Muzikal Gamat 2 Ketua Obor-Obor Lead actress
2010 Teater Muzikal Antara Ziana Zain Cameo


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