Lately, Malaysians have been impressing people around their world with their talents.
In the latest feat, Malaysian singer and songwriter Wang Zihu, 21, joined Chinese talent show, ‘The Coming One’, and won everyone over with her impressive voice.
According to a report by Sin Chew Daily
, quoted by the The Star Online
, her performance of a reggae song she wrote herself titled "I Don’t Understand, You Don’t Understand" netted her five stars out of six from the judges.
However, some of the judges noted that she was mumbling some of the words while performing the song.
Thankfully, one of the judges, Singaporean singer Stephanie Sun, defended Zihu, saying that “this is part of the Malaysian accent”.
You can check out her performance here:
The Chinese daily reported that the singer recently quit her full-time job to take up a career in music, and her dad has reportedly agreed to support her financially for one year.
'The Coming One' is one of the top online singing/talent shows
in China. Launched by Tencent videos in 2017, the first season of the show was reportedly viewed more than 3.9 billion times online.
All the best, Zihu! We're rooting for you!