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Adibah Noor

Adibah Noor binti Mohamed Omar
Origin Malaysia
Genres Pop, R&B
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1996 – present
Labels Adibah Noor Entertainment

Adibah Noor is a Malaysian artiste. She is a singer, actress, emcee, voiceover and ad talent. She has been in showbiz for 17 years.[1]

Filmography

Songs

Album Terlalu Istimewa (December 2005)

  1. Detik Itu (That )Moment
  2. Putih (White)
  3. Fantasi Sebuah Cinta (A Love Fantasy)
  4. Joget Hati Senang (Happy Joget)
  5. Terlalu Istimewa (Very Special)
  6. Kelabu (Grey)
  7. Ikan Di Laut Asam Di Darat (Fish In The Sea, Spice In The Land)
  8. Pengorbanan (Sacrifice)
  9. Begitulah Asmara (That Is Romance)
  10. Hanya Restu (Only Blessing)
  11. Terlalu Hina (Too despicable)

Others

  1. Zapin Cinta SMS (SMS Love Zapin) (duet with Senario)
  2. Appy Thots (featuring for Doul)
  3. Hujan (Rain) (Sound track of Mukhsin)

Discography

  • Teman (2010)

Awards

  1. Anugerah Juara Lagu 2006 (Best Vocal) - Adibah Noor
  2. Anugerah Juara Lagu 2006 (Ballads Category) - Terlalu Istimewa
  3. Anugerah Juara Lagu 2006 (Best Song) - Terlalu Istimewa
  4. Hits 1 Akhir (Overall Winner) - Terlalu Istimewa

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