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Assalamualaikum and Hi everyone.

Hijabista Ballet Filem Melayu


     Last Wednesday, I went out for a movie with Farah and we watched "Hijabsta Ballet". I asked her to make a review about this movie for my blog and she did! I love the way she wrote, so this is the review.........

     For someone who loved watching movies, I always wished how local movies can reach out to the people the same way how International movies have done to me. Movies that inspired us moved us, that's the kind of movie I want to watch. Unfortunately, there's not a lot happening in Malaysia. The film industry focused more on romantic, superstition and thriller movies over these years.

      I hoped they'll expand the genre here in Malaysia because there are other genres that should be out there too. Sometimes, I feel that movies does not necessary have to waste our time. Maybe if the film industry can make it into something educational or inspiring, I believe it will be much more beneficial at the same time reach out to not just children but also until senior citizens as well. 

     A movie should be entertaining and at the same time be something that a family, a couple, and children can watch. I would say there are some movies I find it to be a quality one although it's not famous. Some of it is Ola Bola and Kill. There are some on Yasmin Ahmad's movie such as Talentime too. I think this kind of movies should be given credits and should be reaching out to locals. 

Recently, another movie has caught my attention. It's Hijabsta Ballet. I watched it at Gsc Ipoh Parade. Although the title is a little bit off for some because most will judge or questioned "How does someone who wore hijab join this field". However, I would really suggest you to watch it.  It is not just inspiring but full with moral values too. I am amazed that the movie is using the real Malay language (bm yang baku) which fascinates me since it's been a while since I heard it. HAHA don't worry, they also have English and Chinese translations as well since we live in a multicultural country filled with multi-ethnic people.

     What interests me most is that this girl is so driven to make sure she succeeds even when it's impossible. Even with obstacles around her, her stand to put on a hijab because of her faith remains no matter how people said it was ridiculous. It does not only portray strength but also courage towards the actor as the story goes along.

     That is something to motivate children that you don't just give up with your passion when life becomes hard. You try and try until the very end. Then if it does not happen the way you hope for, at least you won't look back and regret because you know that you've tried. 

     What I really appreciate most about the movie is that it explained to us why it happened the way it did at the end it. They don't just explain but they make us understand those reasons. That is something we don't see a lot of local movies. Honestly, I would really encourage you to watch it. It's a movie that can be put into discussion, a movie that can be used as a reference in school, a  movie that should be talked about.

     Unfortunately, the ratings are not good since most people do not know about this and they also refuse to watch Malay movies due to the stereotypes on how the ending is predictable. I think this movie has a chance of standing up because they deserve it. I hope you can also give this movie a chance by watching it.

      For a local movie, I did not expect it to be this good. It gives me the same feeling as I was watching Ola bola. That's how good I think this movie is and it should be recognized. If and only if you watched it too ;)

Cinema showing time showing place hijabista ballet


So give yourself a chance and try. You may not regret it.




Movie Worth Watching : Hijabsta Ballet.

12 August 2017

Assalamualaikum and Hi everyone.

Hijabista Ballet Filem Melayu


     Last Wednesday, I went out for a movie with Farah and we watched "Hijabsta Ballet". I asked her to make a review about this movie for my blog and she did! I love the way she wrote, so this is the review.........

     For someone who loved watching movies, I always wished how local movies can reach out to the people the same way how International movies have done to me. Movies that inspired us moved us, that's the kind of movie I want to watch. Unfortunately, there's not a lot happening in Malaysia. The film industry focused more on romantic, superstition and thriller movies over these years.

      I hoped they'll expand the genre here in Malaysia because there are other genres that should be out there too. Sometimes, I feel that movies does not necessary have to waste our time. Maybe if the film industry can make it into something educational or inspiring, I believe it will be much more beneficial at the same time reach out to not just children but also until senior citizens as well. 

     A movie should be entertaining and at the same time be something that a family, a couple, and children can watch. I would say there are some movies I find it to be a quality one although it's not famous. Some of it is Ola Bola and Kill. There are some on Yasmin Ahmad's movie such as Talentime too. I think this kind of movies should be given credits and should be reaching out to locals. 

Recently, another movie has caught my attention. It's Hijabsta Ballet. I watched it at Gsc Ipoh Parade. Although the title is a little bit off for some because most will judge or questioned "How does someone who wore hijab join this field". However, I would really suggest you to watch it.  It is not just inspiring but full with moral values too. I am amazed that the movie is using the real Malay language (bm yang baku) which fascinates me since it's been a while since I heard it. HAHA don't worry, they also have English and Chinese translations as well since we live in a multicultural country filled with multi-ethnic people.

     What interests me most is that this girl is so driven to make sure she succeeds even when it's impossible. Even with obstacles around her, her stand to put on a hijab because of her faith remains no matter how people said it was ridiculous. It does not only portray strength but also courage towards the actor as the story goes along.

     That is something to motivate children that you don't just give up with your passion when life becomes hard. You try and try until the very end. Then if it does not happen the way you hope for, at least you won't look back and regret because you know that you've tried. 

     What I really appreciate most about the movie is that it explained to us why it happened the way it did at the end it. They don't just explain but they make us understand those reasons. That is something we don't see a lot of local movies. Honestly, I would really encourage you to watch it. It's a movie that can be put into discussion, a movie that can be used as a reference in school, a  movie that should be talked about.

     Unfortunately, the ratings are not good since most people do not know about this and they also refuse to watch Malay movies due to the stereotypes on how the ending is predictable. I think this movie has a chance of standing up because they deserve it. I hope you can also give this movie a chance by watching it.

      For a local movie, I did not expect it to be this good. It gives me the same feeling as I was watching Ola bola. That's how good I think this movie is and it should be recognized. If and only if you watched it too ;)

Cinema showing time showing place hijabista ballet


So give yourself a chance and try. You may not regret it.




Assalamualaikum and Hi everyoneeee!



     Heading to college for the first time can be an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. Between moving away from your friends and family, scheduling classes, choosing a major and learning you're away from your school, an incoming freshman has plenty to worry about. That's why I want to make one of the most stressful parts of college a little bit easier.

     Today, I'm sharing a college packing list of everything you'll need to bring with you to your new dorm or room. Yes, of course everyone is going to have a few things that aren't on this list but, this packing list covers all of the basics!

     Oh yaa, I'm a student from UiTM Merbok, Sungai Petani. The classes will be starting soon so, let's packing! I sorted everything into different totes which helped transport all my things and ensured that everything would stay somewhat organized.


1. Dorm Room Essentials.

🏠 Bantal busuk.          
🏠 Pillows.
🏠 Bedsheets.                                
🏠 Dusty bin.                  
🏠 Broom/dust pan.            
🏠 Hooks.                            
🏠 Trash bag                    
🏠 Comforter.                    
🏠 Desk lamp.                    
🏠 Laundry basket.       
🏠 Pillowcases.
🏠 Blanket.
🏠 Torchlight.
🏠 Hangers.
🏠 Mangga untuk almari.
🏠 Iron board/Iron.
🏠 Storage bin.
🏠 Big/Small drawer.
🏠 Mini fan.


3. Stationery.

✐ Al-Quran.
✐ Pencil box.
✐ Notebook.
✐ Laptop + Charger.
✐ Calendar.
✐ Tape.
✐ Calculator.
✐ Powerbank.
✐ Phone + Charger.
✐ Backpack.
✐ Push pins.
✐ Matric Card.
✐ Lanyard.
✐ Hooks.
✐ Pendrive.
✐ Printer/ink.
✐ Passport photo.


4. Toiletries & Personal.

🚿 Shampoo.
🚿 Skincare: cleanser, moisturiser, sunscreen.
🚿 Cotton bud.
🚿 Dental stuff: Toothbrush, etc.
🚿 Deodorant.
🚿 Eyeglasses.
🚿 Hair brush.
🚿 Mirror.
🚿 Perfume.
🚿 Tissues.
🚿 Bath towels.
🚿 Slipper.
🚿 Hangers.
🚿 Detergent.
🚿 Laundry basket.
🚿 Shower caddy.
🚿 Body Bath.
🚿 Hairband.
🚿 Febreze.
🚿 Shower Shoes.
🚿 Medicines.
🚿 Earphone.
🚿 Umbrella.
🚿 Feminine stuff.
🚿 Cotton bud.
🚿 Pin tudung.
🚿 Hangers.
🚿 Sewing kit.
🚿 Detergent.
🚿 Purse.


5. Clothing.

Don't pack much clothing, only bring items that you wear regularly.

👚 Baju kurung.
👚 Sweaters.
👚 Pyjamas.
👚 T-shirt.
👚 Casual clothes.
👚 Shawls.
👚 Underwear/bra.
👚 Socks.
👚 Shoes.
👚 Scarf.
👚 Blouse.
👚 Singlet.
👚 Handsocks.
👚 Inner.
👚 Skirt.
👚 Pants.
👚 Telekung/Sejadah.


6. Kitchen items and Food.

🍲 Mugs.
🍲 Bowl/plates.
🍲 Dish soap.
🍲 Spoon.
🍲 Food containers/Tupperware.
🍲 Bottle.
🍲 Water bottle.
🍲 Snacks.
🍲 Water heater.







What I Pack for College : COLLEGE ESSENTIALS.

9 August 2017

Assalamualaikum and Hi everyoneeee!



     Heading to college for the first time can be an exciting time, but it can also be stressful. Between moving away from your friends and family, scheduling classes, choosing a major and learning you're away from your school, an incoming freshman has plenty to worry about. That's why I want to make one of the most stressful parts of college a little bit easier.

     Today, I'm sharing a college packing list of everything you'll need to bring with you to your new dorm or room. Yes, of course everyone is going to have a few things that aren't on this list but, this packing list covers all of the basics!

     Oh yaa, I'm a student from UiTM Merbok, Sungai Petani. The classes will be starting soon so, let's packing! I sorted everything into different totes which helped transport all my things and ensured that everything would stay somewhat organized.


1. Dorm Room Essentials.

🏠 Bantal busuk.          
🏠 Pillows.
🏠 Bedsheets.                                
🏠 Dusty bin.                  
🏠 Broom/dust pan.            
🏠 Hooks.                            
🏠 Trash bag                    
🏠 Comforter.                    
🏠 Desk lamp.                    
🏠 Laundry basket.       
🏠 Pillowcases.
🏠 Blanket.
🏠 Torchlight.
🏠 Hangers.
🏠 Mangga untuk almari.
🏠 Iron board/Iron.
🏠 Storage bin.
🏠 Big/Small drawer.
🏠 Mini fan.


3. Stationery.

✐ Al-Quran.
✐ Pencil box.
✐ Notebook.
✐ Laptop + Charger.
✐ Calendar.
✐ Tape.
✐ Calculator.
✐ Powerbank.
✐ Phone + Charger.
✐ Backpack.
✐ Push pins.
✐ Matric Card.
✐ Lanyard.
✐ Hooks.
✐ Pendrive.
✐ Printer/ink.
✐ Passport photo.


4. Toiletries & Personal.

🚿 Shampoo.
🚿 Skincare: cleanser, moisturiser, sunscreen.
🚿 Cotton bud.
🚿 Dental stuff: Toothbrush, etc.
🚿 Deodorant.
🚿 Eyeglasses.
🚿 Hair brush.
🚿 Mirror.
🚿 Perfume.
🚿 Tissues.
🚿 Bath towels.
🚿 Slipper.
🚿 Hangers.
🚿 Detergent.
🚿 Laundry basket.
🚿 Shower caddy.
🚿 Body Bath.
🚿 Hairband.
🚿 Febreze.
🚿 Shower Shoes.
🚿 Medicines.
🚿 Earphone.
🚿 Umbrella.
🚿 Feminine stuff.
🚿 Cotton bud.
🚿 Pin tudung.
🚿 Hangers.
🚿 Sewing kit.
🚿 Detergent.
🚿 Purse.


5. Clothing.

Don't pack much clothing, only bring items that you wear regularly.

👚 Baju kurung.
👚 Sweaters.
👚 Pyjamas.
👚 T-shirt.
👚 Casual clothes.
👚 Shawls.
👚 Underwear/bra.
👚 Socks.
👚 Shoes.
👚 Scarf.
👚 Blouse.
👚 Singlet.
👚 Handsocks.
👚 Inner.
👚 Skirt.
👚 Pants.
👚 Telekung/Sejadah.


6. Kitchen items and Food.

🍲 Mugs.
🍲 Bowl/plates.
🍲 Dish soap.
🍲 Spoon.
🍲 Food containers/Tupperware.
🍲 Bottle.
🍲 Water bottle.
🍲 Snacks.
🍲 Water heater.







Assalamualaikum and Hi people.


    While I'm blog walking from one to another, I saw many of them have an entry about their hijab story which is I found quite interesting, inspiring, encourage and motivate people who are reading :) and yazzz girl I love reading them <3 so I thought I want to share my hijab experience. When and why I started wearing hijab.

     I started wearing the hijab in standard 1 but, only when I go to school. Bila balik, haaaa free hair komer xD Main basikal tak sedar diri. cause when I was in primary school, I love to play a lot with my neighbourhood friends. Badminton, penggal kasut, ting ting, lompat jauh made by my self, haha special hoccayyy and what else. I miss my childhood.

     Until one day, when I was 10 y/o, I was riding my bicycle to my friend house want to play, then I bumped into my guy friends and one of them shout at me like "Hey, why you do not wear hijab?! I'll tell Ustaz tomorrow in the class!" and I was like riding my bicycle very fast going back home and wore tudung sarung (hijab). My mom asked me why I wanted to wear hijab and I said "My friend wants to tell Ustaz tomorrow that I'm not wearing hijab with my afraid + nervous + annoyed face :') and yeah, my mom laugh at me.

That is it the story how I started wearing the Hijab, and Alhamdulillah I still wearing hijab and will never take it off :')

I’ve heard different opinions on the hijab but most of the people I know do not care about it, they won’t judge you for it.

     But for all the Muslim girls out there thinking that the hijab is a choice I’m going to tell you that it’s not. The hijab is a part of the Muslim woman just like the prayers. We must wear it. We have to. Cause Allah SWT said himself, it is your choice not to believe.
That doesn’t mean that wearing the hijab makes you a good person, no! I’ve been told and I saw some videos where pickpocket in Malaysia are wearing the niqab. Sad.
I was never been forced to wear the hijab. But wear the sock, yes. My mom forced me to do that, but for my own good. It was hard at the beginning but now I feel naked without it and I will tell you why.

     My hijab is covering me. I don’t feel like a target when I’m wearing it. Pergi pasar malam ka shopping ka, I feel safe. I feel special in this world where everybody wants a decent wife but also want to fool around with the girl wearing the shortest skirt. In a world where girls are looking in magazines to know if the next trend is short skirts or sleeveless dresses… I feel special cause I don’t have to. I can wear all these but for me and for the persons who deserve to see my body, not for everybody. 

I’m decent, not oppressed. I feel bad for my Muslim friends out there which been attacked cause wearing hijab :')




(Yazzzz redness cause I have a very sensitive skin)

To all the person thinking that we Muslim women oppressed cause we are wearing the hijab.........

Here are some words for ya :)


"Are you sure you’re not the one oppressed ?"

"Wearing the heaviest makeup so the boy next door can notice you? "

"Trying to be the super skinny person on earth just to be wearing that dress Kate Moss wore last night? 
"Are you sure you’re not the one oppressed ?"

I don’t want to be the reason why you start a fight with your husband because he realised that my hair is better than yours and that my hips are really wide and yours are not… so he’s been staring at me for a good 2 minutes.

So I’m protecting you too. 

Thank me later.

     I’d rather be oppressed by my religion, by something I believe in than by a society that doesn’t care about me unless I’m what they want me to be.
     My hijab makes me feel powerful because, in a world where a woman body is a marketing product, I’m the one who decides how much of my body I want you to see.
     I’m not scared to wear the hijab because I know that I’ve more than a beautiful body to offer. I have a beautiful soul that I consider way more important.
Have a nice day <3





My Not So Funny Hijab Story But I think It Is :')

25 July 2017

Assalamualaikum and Hi people.


    While I'm blog walking from one to another, I saw many of them have an entry about their hijab story which is I found quite interesting, inspiring, encourage and motivate people who are reading :) and yazzz girl I love reading them <3 so I thought I want to share my hijab experience. When and why I started wearing hijab.

     I started wearing the hijab in standard 1 but, only when I go to school. Bila balik, haaaa free hair komer xD Main basikal tak sedar diri. cause when I was in primary school, I love to play a lot with my neighbourhood friends. Badminton, penggal kasut, ting ting, lompat jauh made by my self, haha special hoccayyy and what else. I miss my childhood.

     Until one day, when I was 10 y/o, I was riding my bicycle to my friend house want to play, then I bumped into my guy friends and one of them shout at me like "Hey, why you do not wear hijab?! I'll tell Ustaz tomorrow in the class!" and I was like riding my bicycle very fast going back home and wore tudung sarung (hijab). My mom asked me why I wanted to wear hijab and I said "My friend wants to tell Ustaz tomorrow that I'm not wearing hijab with my afraid + nervous + annoyed face :') and yeah, my mom laugh at me.

That is it the story how I started wearing the Hijab, and Alhamdulillah I still wearing hijab and will never take it off :')

I’ve heard different opinions on the hijab but most of the people I know do not care about it, they won’t judge you for it.

     But for all the Muslim girls out there thinking that the hijab is a choice I’m going to tell you that it’s not. The hijab is a part of the Muslim woman just like the prayers. We must wear it. We have to. Cause Allah SWT said himself, it is your choice not to believe.
That doesn’t mean that wearing the hijab makes you a good person, no! I’ve been told and I saw some videos where pickpocket in Malaysia are wearing the niqab. Sad.
I was never been forced to wear the hijab. But wear the sock, yes. My mom forced me to do that, but for my own good. It was hard at the beginning but now I feel naked without it and I will tell you why.

     My hijab is covering me. I don’t feel like a target when I’m wearing it. Pergi pasar malam ka shopping ka, I feel safe. I feel special in this world where everybody wants a decent wife but also want to fool around with the girl wearing the shortest skirt. In a world where girls are looking in magazines to know if the next trend is short skirts or sleeveless dresses… I feel special cause I don’t have to. I can wear all these but for me and for the persons who deserve to see my body, not for everybody. 

I’m decent, not oppressed. I feel bad for my Muslim friends out there which been attacked cause wearing hijab :')




(Yazzzz redness cause I have a very sensitive skin)

To all the person thinking that we Muslim women oppressed cause we are wearing the hijab.........

Here are some words for ya :)


"Are you sure you’re not the one oppressed ?"

"Wearing the heaviest makeup so the boy next door can notice you? "

"Trying to be the super skinny person on earth just to be wearing that dress Kate Moss wore last night? 
"Are you sure you’re not the one oppressed ?"

I don’t want to be the reason why you start a fight with your husband because he realised that my hair is better than yours and that my hips are really wide and yours are not… so he’s been staring at me for a good 2 minutes.

So I’m protecting you too. 

Thank me later.

     I’d rather be oppressed by my religion, by something I believe in than by a society that doesn’t care about me unless I’m what they want me to be.
     My hijab makes me feel powerful because, in a world where a woman body is a marketing product, I’m the one who decides how much of my body I want you to see.
     I’m not scared to wear the hijab because I know that I’ve more than a beautiful body to offer. I have a beautiful soul that I consider way more important.
Have a nice day <3





Assalamualaikum and Hi guys.

I just finished brushing my teeth, washing my face, do my skin care routine and ready for bed too. But I want to share something with you guys. Lately, while I'm scrolling Instagram I found many blouses, shawl, handbag in Burgandy or Maroon. Dann.....

     Indah pun ter fall in love with Burgundy colour like, seriously so pretty, so beautiful. Started to find things in Burgandy. I still love Purple but will add some Burgandy in my collection :') Do you know how Burgandy looks like? Photos are not mine. Here it is..............







Lawaaaaaa isn't? :D Tetambah that sports shoes omooooo I should have one. So whats your favourite colour ? Currently, mine is Burgandy and Purple the most.

Things in Burgundy.

18 July 2017

Assalamualaikum and Hi guys.

I just finished brushing my teeth, washing my face, do my skin care routine and ready for bed too. But I want to share something with you guys. Lately, while I'm scrolling Instagram I found many blouses, shawl, handbag in Burgandy or Maroon. Dann.....

     Indah pun ter fall in love with Burgundy colour like, seriously so pretty, so beautiful. Started to find things in Burgandy. I still love Purple but will add some Burgandy in my collection :') Do you know how Burgandy looks like? Photos are not mine. Here it is..............







Lawaaaaaa isn't? :D Tetambah that sports shoes omooooo I should have one. So whats your favourite colour ? Currently, mine is Burgandy and Purple the most.

Assalamualaikum and Hi you all.

Today's post is about a suncare product that I have been using for a while. Apparently, it is a highly rated as one of the better sunscreens out in the market, and I can understand why. This review is on the Biore UV Aqua Watery Essence, SPF 50++ and PA++.

Firstly, what is SPF and what do the numbers mean?

     SPF stands for "sun protection factor" and is a benchmark of a sunscreen derived from taking the times it takes for your skin to burn with a sunscreen and dividing it by the time was taken for you to burn without a sunscreen. For example, if you burn in 500 minutes with a sunscreen as opposed to 10 minutes without one, then your sunscreen will be an SPF 50 (500/10=50).

     So, the higher the SPF, the better the protection against the UVA and UVB rays - which causes ageing of the skin and cancer. But this remains debatable. So what's do you think?

Right, the lesson's over. Let's move to the product.



Name : Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence.

Price : RM36.99(Rose) RM35.66 (Citrus)

You can get this from : Watson | Guardian | Sasa | AEON Wellness.


     This is so far one of my favourite gel based SPF sunscreens! this is actually promoted to "apply like water" and can be used on both your body and face. The texture that is watery and easy to absorb into skin without leaving behind a heavy, sticky feel. There's no chalky finish with this product and it leaves skin feeling hydrated, I also used this as my makeup base sometimes :)

Since it is watery, it's also non-waterproof and you'll need to reapply this after vigorous sweating or swimming. This brand also comes in a limited rose fragrance formula ( the original has a subtle citrus scent).



My rating : 3.99/5

     Will I repurchase? Probably until I found something better and gain some money hewhew. What product tat you currently using as a sunscreen ? Share in the comment down below!  :D





Biore UV Aqua Watery Essence, SPF 50++ and PA++.

9 June 2017

Assalamualaikum and Hi you all.

Today's post is about a suncare product that I have been using for a while. Apparently, it is a highly rated as one of the better sunscreens out in the market, and I can understand why. This review is on the Biore UV Aqua Watery Essence, SPF 50++ and PA++.

Firstly, what is SPF and what do the numbers mean?

     SPF stands for "sun protection factor" and is a benchmark of a sunscreen derived from taking the times it takes for your skin to burn with a sunscreen and dividing it by the time was taken for you to burn without a sunscreen. For example, if you burn in 500 minutes with a sunscreen as opposed to 10 minutes without one, then your sunscreen will be an SPF 50 (500/10=50).

     So, the higher the SPF, the better the protection against the UVA and UVB rays - which causes ageing of the skin and cancer. But this remains debatable. So what's do you think?

Right, the lesson's over. Let's move to the product.



Name : Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Essence.

Price : RM36.99(Rose) RM35.66 (Citrus)

You can get this from : Watson | Guardian | Sasa | AEON Wellness.


     This is so far one of my favourite gel based SPF sunscreens! this is actually promoted to "apply like water" and can be used on both your body and face. The texture that is watery and easy to absorb into skin without leaving behind a heavy, sticky feel. There's no chalky finish with this product and it leaves skin feeling hydrated, I also used this as my makeup base sometimes :)

Since it is watery, it's also non-waterproof and you'll need to reapply this after vigorous sweating or swimming. This brand also comes in a limited rose fragrance formula ( the original has a subtle citrus scent).



My rating : 3.99/5

     Will I repurchase? Probably until I found something better and gain some money hewhew. What product tat you currently using as a sunscreen ? Share in the comment down below!  :D





Hi and Assalamualaikum. I want to share current playlist songs I listening over and over.



1. Attention - Charlie Puth.

Guys, I'm so in love with this song crazily and also his cute face em :p

2. Dangerously - Charlie Puth.

Charlie's song again. Do you want me to sing this song for you? Drop your email hahaha :')

3. No More Sad Songs.

I love all Little Mix's song. Upbeat songs. You will dance automatically while listening to it.

4. I Love The Way You Lie (part2) - Rihana ft Eminem.

An old song. But I currently listening to it repeatedly :))))

5. Despacito - Justin Bieber ft Daddy Yankee/ Luis Fonsi.

At first when Bella said she heard and been singing Despacito's song I was like " Hahhh ? lagu apettew? " and now..... I only know that Despacito part huhu :p

6. Playing With Fire - Blackpink.

Korean song. Heard this while work out :D



So, what song is always stuck in your head right now? :D

Current Favourite Song Playlist.

28 May 2017

Hi and Assalamualaikum. I want to share current playlist songs I listening over and over.



1. Attention - Charlie Puth.

Guys, I'm so in love with this song crazily and also his cute face em :p

2. Dangerously - Charlie Puth.

Charlie's song again. Do you want me to sing this song for you? Drop your email hahaha :')

3. No More Sad Songs.

I love all Little Mix's song. Upbeat songs. You will dance automatically while listening to it.

4. I Love The Way You Lie (part2) - Rihana ft Eminem.

An old song. But I currently listening to it repeatedly :))))

5. Despacito - Justin Bieber ft Daddy Yankee/ Luis Fonsi.

At first when Bella said she heard and been singing Despacito's song I was like " Hahhh ? lagu apettew? " and now..... I only know that Despacito part huhu :p

6. Playing With Fire - Blackpink.

Korean song. Heard this while work out :D



So, what song is always stuck in your head right now? :D

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