Kuala Lumpur, September 27, 2011
Having released 13 extremely successful Malay albums, Malaysia's sweetheart - singer Datoí Siti Nurhaliza has finally cut her first English album entitled All Your Love.
A collection of 10 upbeat and catchy pop songs, the album features collaborations between the songbird and international star Sean Kingston on the track 'Remember You', Australian R&B singer Christian Alexander on 'Iíll Wait Forever'.
She also worked with Richard Furch, a seasoned mix engineer who has worked with Grammy award winning singers such as Prince, Macy Gray, Usher, Whitney Houston, Outkast and Katherine McPhee.
She also collaborated with Eddie Schreyer, a master sound engineering known for his work with Lady Gaga, System Of A Down, Kanye West among others.
Australian composer-producer Bryan Bouro produced the album under Whatís Up Entertainment, a record label founded by Sitiís stepson Adib Khalid.
Siti looked stunning as she stepped up on stage at Shook! Starhill Gallery in her red Valentino outfit and a dazzling pendant from Boucheron.
Launching into her first number 'Remember You', Siti had the crowd dancing along to the catchy beat.
The album launch event also featured performances by Lan TypeWriter, Sheila from 'One in a Million' and a duet by Nahdira and Ron E Jones.
When asked if her English album will be a hit among her current fans Siti replied, "I came out with this album because I wanted to challenge my capabilities, pushing the boundaries. I want to garner new experiences. I cannot always do the same thing.
"I'll leave it to my fans to decide. Sometimes, the success of an album also depends on luck. The album might be a great album but if luck is not on your side, then the album will not be a success."
Fans will not miss "All Your Love" in stores as the cover art for the album depicts a stylized portrait of Siti and was highly influenced by the works of pop-art icon, Andy Warhol.