Biography

Shazrina Azman (born July 1, 1980 in Kuala Lumpur), professionally known as Mizz Nina, is a Malaysian singer-songwriter and designer. She performs both in English and Malay, which includes Malaysian and international collaborations. As a designer, she has her own women’s fashion label called Mizz Demeanor. Mizz Nina is the daughter of Tan Sri Dato’ Azman Hashim and is married to Noh Salleh, the vocalist of Hujan band.

In 1997, she formed First Born Troopz with Fiquetional, with whom she would later co-found the seminal Malaysian hip-hop group, the Teh Tarik Crew (TTC) in 1999. It was with TTC that her musical career truly took off, with two AIM nominations in 2002 for the group’s full-length album How’s The Level?. By 2004, Mizz Nina had two more AIM nominations, this time for Teh Tarik Crew’s sophomore album, What’s Next?.

In July 2010, she released her first solo album, What You Waiting For. She has collaborated with 3 international singers such as Theo Martins on the song “Let Me C U Get It”, Colby O’Donis on “What You Waiting For” and Grammy nominee Planet Asia on the song “Hope”.

Mizz Nina had teamed up with the American rapper Flo Rida on a song called “Takeover”. The music video was filmed in Miami. When it was released, the music video earned 1,505,221 views on YouTube.

In February 2012, she released a new single called “With You”. A lyric video of the song was released onto YouTube, which had earned over 6,000 views on the debut week and reached 40 000 views within 3 weeks.

On the 26th of May 2012, she released her 2nd solo album called Takeover.

Edited by mikamikaaaa on 18 Aug 2012, 21:37

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