ETMusic Exclusive Artiste

HAZRUL NIZAM

Hazrul’s interest in music was spotted since he was a toddler. According to his mother, little Hazrul loves to sing-a-long to any television or radio jingles. Many years later, Hazrul decided to pursue his dreams in becoming a singer.

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