EXCLUSIVE: Malay singer with Mandarin hit Firdhaus once sold veggies at market

'I went to the market to sell vegetables because I wanted to experience life and experience how hard it is to earn money,' the 'Gulf Of Alaska' singer said. Photo: Handout

I wasn't sure if it was the audio in our Zoom interview that gave way momentarily or if I was simply astonished by the lengths singer-songwriter Firdhaus took to realise his music dreams but I had to get him to repeat what he had just told me.

“I’m sorry, did you say you sold 300 copies of your album at recess time in school?” I asked for clarification.

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