‘Sagada Poor Traveler’ singer sings about her life as a poor traveler in Singapore
Sagada Poor Traveller singer Seyeda Zuad’s recent single “Sagadah” has been released in Singapore, making it the first country to do so.
“I am a poor traveler, but I am happy to sing this song because it is about my experiences,” she told VOA.
It is a celebration of my life and a song that makes me feel better. “
Saying my experiences and how I live in Singapore are a story and a reflection on my life, not an act of rebellion.
It is a celebration of my life and a song that makes me feel better.
I want to show Singaporeans that it is possible to live in a way that is dignified and comfortable and not a burden.”
The song is one of Zuads many hits.
Her debut single, “Aquilini,” also reached number one on the country’s charts and she was awarded the prestigious Singaporean Human Rights Award for 2016.
The singer told VOD News that she has been working on a new album.
“I have a lot of songs I am working on, I have a new record coming out next year.
I will be releasing it in January,” she said.”
Singapore is my home and I have been living here my whole life.
But I am also an artist.
I can sing a song and a video for people, but my main purpose is to sing it for myself.”
She said she hopes to be able to sing in Singapore in the future.
“It is something that I want, I really want to sing here, but it is not a decision I made to just go home, it is something I have to think about,” she added.