Baby Shima awaits Indonesian borders to open

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18 Oct - Now that Malaysia is slowly recovering from the pandemic, singer Baby Shima admitted that she is waiting for the green light for her to finally fly back to Indonesia.

The 29-year-old singer, whose real name is Nor Ashima Ramli, has been expanding her career in the neighbouring country prior to the lockdowns, stated that she hopes that Indonesia will finally reopen its borders and allow Malaysians to come in, as she still has several projects currently on hold.

"I will be releasing a single composed by Pasha of Ungu for the Indonesian market, but everything had to be halted since I was not able to film the music video. I have to return to Jakarta to do it, because Pasha will be directing it himself," she said.

Baby Shima will be working with Pasha of Indonesian rock band Ungu
Baby Shima will be working with Pasha of Indonesian rock band Ungu

In addition, Baby Shima also revealed that she hopes to finally get to check on her new house, which has been left unattended for the past two years.

"I don't know what is happening to the house after two years," she said.

On the other hand, aside from her Indonesian project, the singer is also set to return to the recording studio to record four new singles that were composed by Ezra Kong, Harry Khalifah, and Floor 88's Zai Hamzah next month.

Making her debut in the music industry after winning "Bintang Idola Berita Harian 2010", Baby Shima is not just famous in Malaysia but in Indonesia as well - having competed in Season 3 of Asia's largest dangdut competition, "D'Academy Awards Asia 2017."

(Photo Source: Baby Shima Instagram, Pasha Ungu Instagram)

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