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Said Effendi


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Said Effendi (born in Besuki, August 25, 1925 - died in Jakarta, 11 April 1983 at the age of 57 years) is the Malay music artists in the 1950s to the 1970s. He popularized the popular song, Seroja, to Malaysia.

In addition to writing songs and singing, he had also played a movie called Seroja (director, Nawi Ismail), Titian Serambut Dibelah Tujuh (Asrul Sani), and Pesta Musik Lobana (Misbach Yusa Biran).

Through song Bahtera Laju, Said Effendi position himself as the number one singer rhythm Malay country. He pushed the popularity of P. Ramlee. Said Effendi sang popular songs created by himself, like the Bahtera Laju, Timang Timang, and Fatwa Pujangga, as well as the work of others, such as Semalam Di Malaysia (by Syaiful Bahri), Diambang Sore (Ismail Marzuki), and Seroja (Hussein Bawafie). The last song was brought him to the peak of fame .

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