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Zee Avi (Izyan Alirahman) was born on 15 December, 1985 in Miri, Malaysia.
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|Age||35 years old|
|Born||15 December 1985|
Zee Avi Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
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Zee Avi Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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In August 2019, Zee announced that she is working on her upcoming third studio album titled Ellipses, which is her favourite punctuation. The first single of the yet-to-be released album, “Who are U?” was released on 2019 Malaysia Day. Ellipses will feature nine songs that she wrote over the past seven years and will be released independently. In December 2019, Novartis Malaysia chose Zee to compose a song, “My Skin” with the aim of creating awareness on psoriasis. The song was produced by Yuswa Ansari. The music video features psoriasis fighters from different background and was uploaded on Novartis Malaysia’s YouTube channel on 9 December 2019.
On 26 November 2016, Zee Avi won her first major international award with Best Original Film Song at the 53rd Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards for Arena Cahaya, the theme song she co-wrote and performed for one of Malaysia’s highest grossing films of all time, Ola Bola.
Avi’s latest offering is Nightlight, a 9-track album consisting of covers for children that was released on 22 April 2014. The album, which was recorded in Woodstock, New York within a span of just four days, includes covers of “Ben” (Michael Jackson); “The Rainbow Connection” (Kermit the Frog); “Circle Game” (Joni Mitchell); “Colors of the Wind” (Judy Kuhn); and a medley of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” “Lima Anak Ayam,” “Air Pasang Malam,” “Lagu Tiga Kupang,” “Sing A Song of Sixpence,” and “Rock-a-bye Baby.” Avi released two tracks from the album, The Velvet Underground’s “Who Loves The Sun” and Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” in February 2014, as teasers for her new record. Nightlight made it on the iTunes Best of 2014 Albums (Children’s Music) list.
In December 2012, Avi was conferred the state order and medal of Pegawai Bintang Kenyalang (Officer of the Order of the Star of Hornbill Sarawak) for her service to the state of Sarawak by the Yang di-Pertua Negeri (Head of State). The award is the Fifth Rank of the Darjah Yang Amat Mulia Bintang Kenyalang Sarawak (Most Illustrious Order of the Star of Hornbill Sarawak).
Her second album Ghostbird was released on 23 August 2011. “The Book of Morris Johnson” was the first single off her sophomore effort. Ghostbird topped the US Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart and spawned hits like “Swell Window” and “Concrete Wall” after both songs were featured in Season 5 of the hit television series Gossip Girl. Avi has the distinction of being the first Malaysian singer to have albums on the US Billboard Hot 200 Albums chart and top a Billboard chart (Heatseekers Album).
She toured Asia in November 2011, performing in Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei, Singapore, Bali, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Miri. This was followed by a US East Coast Tour in February 2012, with gigs in New York, Massachusetts, Philadelphia, Maryland and North Carolina. In September 2012, she performed in six cities during her California Tour.
Avi’s self-titled debut album was released on 19 May 2009. The album was co-produced by Brushfire Records and Ian Montone’s Monotone Records. On the day of the release, YouTube featured her on the front page in Spotlight: Music Tuesday. A day after that, she performed to a full house at the famed Roxy Theater in West Hollywood. The album went on to become the ninth best album of 2009 according to the Associated Press. She made her US television debut on 18 June 2009, performing her debut single “Bitter Heart” live on Last Call With Carson Daly.
She toured the United States with Pete Yorn from June to August 2009, the final leg being at the Music Box, Henry Fonda Theater in Hollywood, California on 27 August 2009. She opened for the multi-talented Jack Johnson during his concert at the Greek Theater, UC Berkeley on 6 October 2010, and had the honor of collaborating with Johnson on a live mash-up of their respective hits “Just You And Me” and “Breakdown.” She also opened for Grammy-winning singer/songwriter and feminist icon Ani DiFranco at the Chameleon Club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania on 21 October 2011 to mark the 20th anniversary of World Cafe.
Avi has performed sets at some of the most celebrated music tours and festivals, namely SXSW in Austin, Texas (March 2009), Bonnaroo in Tennessee (June 2009), San Francisco’s Outside Lands (August 2009), Byron Bay Bluesfest in Australia (April 2010), Lilith Fair in Ohio, New Jersey and Massachusetts (July 2010), Mountain Jam in New York (May–June 2012) and Rainforest World Music Festival in Kuching, Sarawak (July 2012).
After discovering her video, Patrick Keeler of The Raconteurs, passed the link to Ian Montone, the manager of The White Stripes, The Shins, The Raconteurs, M.I.A. and others. Montone then passed her music on to Emmett Malloy, who signed her to Brushfire Records, a record company that is partly owned by Jack Johnson. “No Christmas For Me” turned out to be her first official song with Brushfire Records. It was featured on Brushfire Records’s 2008 charity Christmas album This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday (Vol. 1).
In September 2007, Avi posted a video of her first song, “Poppy” on YouTube for one of her friends who had missed her first performance in Kuala Lumpur. The friend convinced Avi to leave the video online even after he had seen it, and soon she received positive feedback. This inspired her to put more videos on YouTube.
Several months later, on the eve of her 22nd birthday, Avi posted what was supposed to be her final video “No Christmas For Me”. The next day, YouTube put the spotlight on her video and Avi’s mailbox was bombarded with more than 3,000 e-mails and a slew of offers from record labels.
She cites swing bands, Gershwin and America jazz from the 1920s as influences. She has been likened to Ella Fitzgerald many times and one writer called her “the next heiress in the bloodline of young women with supernaturally classic voices”.