EXCLUSIVE: Local jazz scene may be small but singer Dani Komari presses on


'Instead of waiting and hoping for the roadblock to disappear, step out of the route you’re used to and – as cliche as it sounds – take the road less travelled,' says the Malaysian singer, undeterred. Photo: Handout

Saying yes to the very thing that scares us the most can be a good thing. In fact, that’s how Malaysian jazz singer Dani Komari got her start.

“In 2015, I was going through a phase where I was saying ‘Yes’ to the things that frightened me but wouldn’t jeopardise my well-being.

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