Singaporean Sharliza Jelita is a creative soul who expresses herself through music, speech and writing. A digital and communications professional by trade, she believes creative expression is a path towards social cohesion and progress, and has a particular interest in promoting South East Asian culture in Europe. Her life is one furnished with events that have served as a rich pallet of inspiration for her songwriting on her debut album Strange Things and other experiments such as the Vintage Sessions. Her most recent work is composing a  song for Singapore Day in London called ‘Singapore, It’s Where We Belong’ and an Eid song in Malay. She has had over 10 years’ experience as a singer, songwriter and MC.

Duran Duran, Suede and Radiohead drew Sharliza Jelita to UK shores, and influences include Frank Zappa, P Ramlee, Machinedrum, Stereolab and trojan calypso. Find out more…

Latest blog posts

Why Indonesians rock!

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I had the pleasure of being invited to the Indonesian ambassador’s residence in London to attend their Independence Day celebrations recently. Wearing red and white, I made new friends there and left feeling... READ MORE

Singapore Day London 2014!

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Thank you OSU for inviting me to sing at the festival! It was great fun and an honour. It was fantastic to see all the talented artistes like Gurmit Singh, Hossan Leong, Chua... READ MORE