Who's that girl? Aisyah Aziz sizzles in Clean and Green video which has over 1.1 million views

Aisyah Aziz was approached by the National Environment Agency early this year to be part of the Clean and Green campaign.
Aisyah Aziz was approached by the National Environment Agency early this year to be part of the Clean and Green campaign.PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM CLEAN & GREEN SINGAPORE/FACEBOOK

Who is that singer?

Netizens have asked that question after a video to plug the Clean and Green Singapore campaign caught fire online.

It has amassed more than 1.1 million views after it was rolled out on Oct 11.

The singer is Aisyah Aziz, 25, whose soulful singing, 1.79m height and looks have drawn many folk to give her a thumbs up.

Asked if she has noticed people giving her a second look now to confirm if she is indeed that performer in the video, she said humbly: "I might have not been aware of that or realised anything different yet but I have been getting texts from friends saying they're seeing the advertisement everywhere so that's pretty cool."

Aisyah was approached by the National Environment Agency early this year to be part of the Clean and Green campaign.

The singer, who had a solo spot in this year's National Day Parade theme song, alongside others by JJ Lin, Ramli Sarip, Kit Chan and Stefanie Sun, is also known for her fashion sense.

"I'm not afraid to try different things or wear outfits that most people would normally be uncomfortable with because I like challenging myself, to see how well I can carry a bold look," Aisyah once told an interviewer.

But that approach riled some Malaysians in July, when they accused her of dressing provocatively.

Aisyah, who said in another interview that she likes to be salty sometimes, said she is not afraid to be true to her different sides.

"I think the people who know me already know what I like or what I'm like," she told The Straits Times, adding that while fashion trends come and go, she will never betray her love for music.

"Truthfully, right now, I'm just focused on coming out with more music," said Aisyah who started taking part in singing contests at age 11, and later spread her wings in Malaysia.

"No teacher has ever told me that music can be a career," she said, admitting that others beyond her family members have looked at her and wondered why she was wasting her time.

But Aisyah now has more than 1.1 million views with her latest video.

Her voice also powers a song called Bukalah Matamu from the Malaysian animated Ejen Ali The Movie that is set to be released in cinemas in November.

Aisyah, who snagged a role in the TV reboot of Dick Lee's Fried Rice Paradise, wants to make the world a natural haven, with her singing the praises of going green.

"I bring my own bags out now though sometimes I forget but it's a process.

"I also adopted the double cleansing method where I use oil and warm cloth to remove my makeup before I wash my face with a cleanser; basically, I've completely stopped using wipes anymore," she told ST.