Sezairi has won the hearts of many with his boy-next-door charm and musicality. As a great live performer and musician, Sezairi is a class act.
Sezairi had his first brush with music at the tender age of five. His very first song was Isabella, a Malay rock song popularized by the band Search in the 90s. It was not long before he found himself sharing the same love for music his father had. At the age of 14, he picked up a guitar and formed the band Juxtapose with him as their frontman. He not only honed his skills as a musician, but also as a songwriter and performer. It helped prepare him for what was to come in the Singapore Idol series, a widely-televised singing competition in which he emerged champion in 2009.
Sezairi's debut album "Take Two" was released in June 2010. His first single, “Broken”, was the highest-ranking Asian song of 2010 on 987FM, one of Singapore's top radio channels.
In 2016, Sezairi released his first ever full-English EP. The 6 track extended play was meticulously crafted to illuminate Sezairi’s evolution as a musical artist over the past few years. The infectious lead single "Fire To The Floor" claimed the #1 spot on Spotify’s Viral 50 Chart within a week of its release on June 10th, remained at the top for two consecutive weeks.
His next release was the undeniably catchy single “70s", which took local charts by storm and claimed the #2 spot on Spotify’s SG Viral 50 Chart within a week of its release. The feel-good tune also quickly grew popular across Taiwan, Hong Kong and Philippines. It charted on Indonesia’s iTunes and Spotify Viral 50 charts at #16 and #20 respectively, all while garnering over 380,000 listens on Spotify.
Not resting on his laurels, Sezairi paid a visit to Sweden, where he tirelessly worked with notable producers and writers to bring he next chapter of his story to life - the evocative ballad "It’s You”. The track reached #1 on both the Spotify’s SG and MY Viral 50 Charts within a week of its release and peaked at #3 on the Indonesia iTunes chart. The accompanying music video, directed by Randy Ang of widely-acclaimed film "1965" and shot by award-winning Director of Photography Jack Chen, has reached over 300,000 views. The ballad definitely struck a chord with many of his fans and earned him many more, surpassing two million streams online and has acquired the GOLD certification since its release.