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‘The Majistret’, Lead Singer Akim Ahmad Will Be Performing Tamil Version Song


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Local artist Akim Ahmad will be performing during the opening of final Superstar Concert Endrum 16. The concert to be broadcast live from the Raja Muda Musa, Section 7, Shah Alam on 19 November 2016. Add special, this final concert can also be watched exclusively on Astro Vinmeen (CH231), Astro Vaanavil (CH201) and also through Astro on the Go (OTG) starting at 8.00 pm.

In addition to Akim, some local artists like Reshma (AF), Kashika (Ceria Popstar), Darkey, Vicanes Jay, Magen, Queen, Hariharan, Hasmitha and Daraneswary also teamed up for the song ‘Endrum 16’ in Tamil as an aberration of the alluring hearts of the audience.


Endrum 16 classic songs have been given new impetus by local composer, Jay while accompanied by guitar playing by Rody Crystal and Baby groups Hyper Act.

Besides that, Superstar Endrum 16 is a singing competition Tamil organized by Astro which has been published for 16 seasons since 2001. The competition is also a platform that provides an opportunity for youth to achieve their dreams in the music industry Tamil.


The Champion of Superstar Endrum 16  will take home a cash prize of RM20,000, a Honda HRV along with a trophy donated by Astro. While the runner-up will win a cash prize of RM15,000 and a trophy. While the third place winner will take home RM6,000 and a trophy.


Source By: Internet


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