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Fattah Amin and Fazura drop new Raya song, features baby bump in MV


Malaysian celebrity couple Fattah Amin and Fazura have recently released a new song for Hari Raya Aidilfitri and along with it, a music video featuring animated versions of themselves!

As if that wasn’t enough, the cute factor was raised further with the special appearance of Fazura’s baby bump, which the singer introduced in her Instagram post as “#OurPreciousBaby”.

Since Raya is about being with family, the husband and wife duo also included animated versions of several of their relatives. Fazura, sharing a snippet of it, happily stated that this was her and Fattah’s first time appearing in an animated music video.
  

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Salam Ramadhan dan Salam Lebaran buat darlings semua! Terima lah buah tangan terbaru dari Faz dan suami, @fattahaminz untuk menemani raya anda nanti. Lagu ‘Seloka Hari Raya’ khas yang telah di beri nafas baru. Ini juga merupakan kali pertama kami muncul di muzik video dalam bentuk animasi dan bukan itu sahaja, turut ada lima watak istimewa disayangi yang kami disertakan iaitu #OurPreciousBaby dalam perut, Ibu dan bapa mertua Faz, Ibu Azizah dan Ayah @mohd9181 serta dua ketul anak buah Faz iaitu @adeliafhaeez dan @adamfhaeez . Diharapkan dengan hadiah kecil daripada kami ini dapat memberikan lebih makna untuk perayaan anda pada tahun ini. Salam Lebaran Maaf Zahir Batin. 🙏🏻✨ Lagu Seloka Hari Raya versi kami ini kini boleh didengari di semua pautan digital dan Video Muziknya juga boleh didapati di youtube Universal Music Malaysia! Lots of Love dari kami! 😍🤲🏻💖🤗 @melramlan @nor.asmah @fhaeez @universalmusic_my
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The song, called “Seloka Hari Raya”, is an updated version of the 1977 song of the same name sung by Uji Rashid and Hail Amir.

Fazura stated that she and Fattah hope the song, their gift to fans this Raya, will make everyone’s celebration of it this year more meaningful. 

Raya, usually one of the most festive holidays in Malaysia, will be comparatively muted this year compared to previous years as the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is still in effect in the country, allowing friends and family who live nearby each other to celebrate it in small gatherings only on the first day.

Enforced in an effort to curb the global COVID-19 pandemic, CMCO is expected to be lifted this 9 June. 

In the meantime, don’t feel down Malaysians, click play on the music video below and let cartoon Fattah and Fazura (and baby bump) cheer you up with their “Seloka Hari Raya”! 

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