Cosmetic Millionaire Vida’s Daughter Cik B Launches Debut Single Inspired by Personal Experiences of Abuse (VIDEO) | Showbiz



'Tolonglah' was co-written by Cik B and her mother Datuk Seri Vida.  - Screengrab from YouTube / Seventeen Eleven Music
‘Tolonglah’ was co-written by Cik B and her mother Datuk Seri Vida. – Screengrab from YouTube / Seventeen Eleven Music

PETALING JAYA, Dec 2 – Mrs. B, the daughter of cosmetics millionaire Datuk Seri Vida has released her debut single Please, marking her foray into the music scene.

And fans would probably say it’s better than her mom’s attempt at hit – does anyone remember that? I am I from 2017?

The 15-year-old, whose real name is Nur Edlynn Zamilleen Muhamad Amin, said at a press conference last night that the song is full of stories from her life, Astro Awani reported.

The teen forced herself to get out of her comfort zone, saying she used to be a shy person who lacked self-confidence.

“The song was completed a long time ago, in fact since December last year,” she said, accompanied by her mother.

Cik B revealed that she wanted to launch it sooner, but she was not confident, due to her shyness and fear of facing the media and the public.

“But it’s better now and I have determination – it’s time to shine.

“I believe in myself and I’m not shy about facing the public,” she told media after the song’s launch at her home in Ipoh yesterday.

She added that the inspiration behind the song is about her life, transitioning from childhood to adulthood.

“How I was abused by our girl, my family issues with my dad and so on,” said Cik B.

Written by her and her mother, the aspiring singer who lives in the open for much of her life said she was willing to accept criticism.

“I’m used to it – I’ve always been criticized since I was twelve.

“So I am immune to criticism,” said Cik B.

Although often overshadowed by her flamboyant mother, Vida’s daughter hopes her new single will be well received by many and motivates those who have gone through the same experience as her.

Meanwhile, Vida, whose real name is Hasmiza Othman, fully supports her daughter’s interest and efforts and says she’s happy with Cik B.

“To be honest, she wanted to get out of her cocoon and her embarrassment, so she often spent a lot of time in her room before that,” said the proud mother.

“After stewing on the song for a year and not having the strength to launch it, she finally felt it was her time to shine after playing with acting.”

PleaseThe music video that premiered last night was viewed more than 210,000 times.


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