Saturday, January 8, 2011

Christian Sugiono

 Christian Sugiono (born February 25, 1981) also known as Tian is an Indonesian actor,Sugiono learned to sing and play bass guitar for his appearance in the 2006 film Dunia Mereka. He was honored for his work on this film with a nomination as Best Actor in the Bandung Film Festival Awards.He is also known for starring in the 2005 film Catatan Akhir Sekolah.
 In 2007, he appeared in the Malaysian film, Tipu Kanan Tipu Kiri or 100 Lies To Hide A Wife. This film was released to a wider audience than his earlier films, gaining international attention, primarily throughout Asia.

 Personal background
Sugiono's ancestry is a combination of Indonesian and German. While his father is from Indonesia, his mother is German. Sugiono is the second child, having both a younger and older brother.
 Sugiono currently lives in Indonesia with award-winning actress Titi Kamal, with whom he starred in the film Tipu Kanan Tipu Kiri. Sugiono and Kamal do not share religious beliefs, which in Indonesia, is rare and considered highly inappropriate. On February 26, 2009, Sugiono announced publicly that after a ten-year relationship, he and Kamal were married in Australia on February 6, 2009.
 Professional background Modeling
In 1997, Sugiono signed on to model for Hai Magazine. His work with Hai served as a catalyst, which increased his value in the entertainment industry. This work resulted in greater exposure leading to more work in the fashion industry, including modeling on runways, and appearing in print and film advertising.
 In 2006, Sugiono became a brand ambassador representing Close-Up toothpaste (2006 to present), Hewlett Packard (2008), and Gatsby hair products for men (2008), which is manufactured by the Mandom Corporation in Indonesia.
 MTV Indonesia
In 2000, Sugiono left Indonesia for six years to study in Hamburg, Germany. He studied Information Technology, while attending the Technical University of Hamburg. Sugiono gained skills and knowledge in web design, having successfully developed his own website, which presents his professional background, skills, and abilities.
 During times of unemployment or hiatus in the entertainment industry, Sugiono continues his work in web design and computer programming, working from a web production studio in his home. Additionally, he is proficient in playing the piano, guitar, bass, and drums.

Following his college education, Sugiono returned to Jakarta to focus on his acting and modeling career. He successfully merged his knowledge in computer technology with his professional interests in the entertainment industry, by developing websites and writing articles and reviews of concerts and music festivals held throughout Europe during the summer. He has contributed extensively to Trax Magazine, for MTV Indonesia

Friday, January 7, 2011

Rhoma Irama king of dangdut

 Rhoma Irama (born December 11, 1946, in Tasikmalaya, West Java) is an Indonesian dangdut musician and occasional actor. During the height of his stardom in the 1970s, he became the self-proclaimed Raja Dangdut (King of Dangdut) with his group Soneta.
 He was known as his stage name Oma Irama before he made a pilgrimage to Mecca and became a haji. He later took the name Rhoma Irama, which is an abbreviation of "Raden Haji Oma Irama" (Raden is an aristocracy title for Javanese and Sundanese cultures). Rhoma Irama is a member of aristocrat class of Sundanese from both his father, Raden Burdah Anggawirya, and mother line.
 His career began in the late 1960s when he recorded solo records and with the group Orkes Melayu Purnama. He sang duets on several record LPs with Indonesian female vocal stars such as Inneke Kusumawati, Ellya Khadam, Lily Junaedhy, Vivi Sumanti, and the later to be crowned 'Queen of Dangdut', Elvy Sukaesih. Once Oma broke from recording with the Purnama Group, he eventually formed Orkes Melayu Soneta, the first so-called Dangdut group.
  In fact, Oma established the term "Dangdut" with a song by that name from the early 70's. He wrote the classics "Kareta Malam" and "Kuda Lumping" which were sung by Elvy Sukaesih. Once Soneta was established in the early 70's, Oma changed his name to Rhoma and went on a decade long run of successful hit records and films, all of which starred Rhoma playing himself while performing all of his hits.
His 1974 album, Begadang, ranked  11 on Rolling Stone Indonesia's "150 Greatest Indonesian Albums of All Time" list.Furthermore, the main single "Begadang" claimed the number 24 on the magazine's "150 Greatest Indonesian Songs of All Time" list. His daughter, Nazila, married a teacher from International Turkish Schools

beautiful krisdayanti

 Krisdayanti (born March 24, 1975 in Malang, East Java) is the first Asia Bagus Grand Champion from Indonesia. She has been dubbed as Asia's Nightingale. The first recording that she did was when she was only nine years old. For that, she received Rp 15,000 for dubbing the Megaloman soundtrack. Her next album was Burung-Burung Malam. She recorded it at the age of 12. However, her album did not do well.
During her high-school days, she participated in many singing competitions and modeling pageants. In 1991, she became a finalist in Gadis Sampul, a cover girl contest. It was also during that period she met James Sundah and recorded two songs for him. Following that, she began to receive many invitations to sing and model.
It was Youngki Suwarno who brought Krisdayanti to an Asia Bagus audition. There, she felt inferior because of her appearance. The other contestants were decked in glittering show dresses whereas she was simply dressed in jeans and T-shirt.
After her winning, she became a star instantly. With eight albums to her credit and a few singles, she has reached superstardom. She is not only known in her country but around the Southeast Asian region as well.
She married Anang Hermansyah, Indonesian famous song writer, singer and producer, in 1996. They had two kids together, a daughter, Titania Aurelia Hermansyah, and a son, Azriel Hermansyah. The couple filed for divorce in 2009 after her love affairs with Raul Lemmos, a Timor Leste businessman. She is now on the verge of bankruptcy as her popularity has plumetted since she cheated on Anang.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011


 Marshanda is a Minangkabau who was born to Irwan Yusuf and Riyanti Sofyan origin Guguak Tabek Sarojo, Agam, West Sumatra.The eldest of three siblings with Leo. Two brothers are Aldrian (Didi) and Allysa (Lisya).
 Marshanda started her career in the advertising world since 1st grade Elementary School by mistake or accident, where his aunt was Marshanda accompany the famous model, Chintya Rustam, a former model of Lux soap advertisements to the advertising agency Citra Lintas. Apparently got there, Marshanda asked to be included casting. Until finally casting in 1997 was chosen to star in ads of Bank Danamon.
 Next Marshanda starred in several television commercials and print media, including Filma, Cadbury Eclairs, instant noodles Garlic Chicken, Ice Mony, Tango Wafer, Chicken Nuggets, Carvil Millennium, Milk Flag, Belia, Emeron, Bank Tamara and Vaseline.
 Marshanda who idolizes Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, and M2M are fond of singing since childhood in addition to participate in Paranadjaja vocal exercises and ballet lessons. However, he is still not confident with his ability to sing, so he is sometimes still shy to sing in front of crowds.

Marshanda aspiration is to become an agricultural engineer and singer, and last wish is to become a psychologist. Marshanda desire to be a singer get a chance when he met with a creator of the famous children's song Papa T Bob. 
At that time Marshanda often they recorded his voice while singing, his mother who heard voices Marshanda feel good and try to send it to the agency. Somehow, the Papa T Bob know and are interested. Next Papa T Bob immediately made two songs for him. Papa T Bob set up a special song that fits with the character Marshanda voice. 


Finally Marshanda into the kitchen with a sponsor record the song "Gantungkan Cita Cita" Papa T Bob's creation.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

niki ardillah

 Raden Nike Ratnadilla or commonly known as Nike Ardilla (27 December 1975 - 19 March 1995) was a rock singer from Bandung, West Java Indonesia. Ardilla died in a car accident in Bandung at the age of 19, while her fame was at its peak. Known as an Indonesian singer prodigy, her name remains well-known throughout Indonesia. Until now, Ardilla is still one of the most successful musicians, singer, movie star and model in the history of the show biz industry in Indonesia.
  With 30 million albums sold worldwide, Ardilla had the prestigious honor of being the only Indonesian artist under the age of 15 who can sold an album over 2 million copies. Ardilla was the drove the return of teen pop Rock in the late '80s, more than any other artists of her time. Being not only are celebrity, she was a bona fide pop phenomenon and media fixture regardless of what her humble backgrounds. Among female singers of the era, in which many of the, too, followed her footsteps, she was known as the most influential
From the outset, Ardilla's general appeal was an important part of her image. When Ardilla's debut album, titled Seberkas Sinar, was released in mid 1989, it made a debut in the charts and remained at the first position there for ten more consecutive weeks. Once the ubiquitous lead single died down, the album kept spinning off hits: Number one single "Seberkas Sinar", the Top 10 ballad "Cinta Pertama", and the Top 5 "Tembang Asmara". By the end of 1989. Seberkas Sinar had sold 1 million copies in the first month, and continued to sell a three million more copies in the subsequent months. Its success triggered a wave of young "Lady Rockers", including Anggun C Sasmi, Poppy Mercury, Inka Christie, and Mayang Sari.
Shortly after the public had lost interest in her first album, Ardilla was ready to release her follow-up, "Bintang Kehidupan", which appeared in the spring of 1990. The title track was an instant smash hit, racing into the Top Number One. The album itself also topped the charts at debut and sold over 500,000 copies in its first week of release, setting a new record for single-week sales by a female artist. Follow-up singles included "Salut," the gold-certified "Putih". A year after its release, Bintang Kehidupan had sold over two million copies. Since then numerous more albums were released, such as : Nyalakan Api 1991, Matahariku 1992, Biarlah Aku Mengalah 1993, Tinggalah Aku Sendiri 1994, Biarkan Cintamu Berlalu 1994, Sandiwara Cinta 1995, etc 

Julia Perez

 Julia Perez
Born Yuli Rachmawati
July 15, 1980 (age 30)
Jakarta, Indonesia
Other names Julia Perez
Occupation Actress
Spouse Damien Perez (Divorced)
Gaston Castano
 Yuli Rachmawati, also known as Julia Perez or Jupe (born July 15, 1980 in Jakarta) is an Indonesian actress, dangdut singer, model and announcer and political candidate.[1] She has been dubbed "sex bomb" because of her sexy performances.
 Her career started in France. Her relationship with Damien Perez opened her opportunity as model in FHM and Maxim Magazine in France. Because of her performance in FHM and Maxim, Jupe was nominated as one of 100 most sexy girls.
 In 2010, Ms. Perez announced her candidacy in a local office Pacitan, Indonesia.

Thursday, December 30, 2010

peterpan is number one of band indonesia

Peterpan Indonesian pop rock band
Peterpan is a multi-award winning Indonesian pop rock band. The band originally consisted of six members, known as Andika, Indra, Ariel, Uki, Loekman, and Reza, the first two of which have since left the band. They are well known in Indonesia for their simple lyrics, catchy beats and Ariel's voice.
In 1997 keyboardist Andika (Andika Naliputra Wirahardja) formed a school band in Bandung, Indonesia. The band was called Topi, with guitarist Uki (Mohammad Kautsar Hikmat), vocalist Ariel (Nazril Irham), bass player Abel, and drummer Ari. They mainly played Brit Alternative rock until Ari withdrew from the group, and Topi broke up. Andika regrouped former members of Topi in 2000. The drummer was replaced by Reza (Ilsyah Ryan Reza), a college student from Palu. Loekman (Loekman Hakim), a friend of Indra's elder brother, joined as their lead guitarist. Andika suggested Peterpan as the name for the band referring to Peter Pan, the character created by author J. M. Barrie. Other names they considered were Mickey Mouse, Spider man, and X-Men. The band was formally founded on September 1, 2000. Peterpan played on Bandung streets and gigged in cafés, with the goal of becoming a house band in one of the city's cafés. They often covered pop and rock songs (Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Cold play, U2, Creed, etc.) at O'Hara and Sapu Lidi cafes.
       It was at Sapu Lidi that the band was spotted by Noey, a producer who planned to release a compilation album. Peterpan recorded three demo songs: "Sahabat" (Best Friend), "Mimpi yang Sempurna" (A Perfect Dream), and "Taman Langit" (Sky Garden). "Mimpi yang Sempurna" was chosen for the album, titled Kisah 2002 Malam (The Story of 2002 Nights). The album was commercially successful, selling a respectable 150,000 copies, and "Mimpi yang Sempurna" was given heavy rotation on Indonesian radio. Musica, Indonesia's top major label, offered Peterpan a contract, and in June 2003 their debut album Taman Langit (Sky Garden) was released. Their second album Bintang Di Surga (A Star in Heaven) was released in August 2004, selling 350,000 copies in two weeks. By the end of 2005, it had sold a remarkable 2.7 million copies. Their third album was released in September 2005, the soundtrack for the Rexinema movie Alexandria. The album was titled Menunggu Pagi (Waiting for Dawn) and the formal release was covered simultaneously by Indonesia's six top national TV stations. The soundtrack album included five new songs for the film and renditions of five of their songs from Bintang Di Surga. Peterpan collaborated with veteran Indonesian pop singer Chrisye on the song "Menunggumu" (Waiting For You), which was then used as the theme song for the Indonesian soap opera Liontin.
In November 2006, Andika and Indra split with the rest of the band, with both sides citing musical differences. According to Ariel, there were problems since the making of their first album. Indra had also just lost his child. Andika and Indra joined a new band named The Titans, and signed with international label EMI Music Indonesia, releasing a self-titled album and a single "Rasa Ini" (This Feeling). In 2007 the remaining members of Peterpan released the album Hari Yang Cerah (A Bright Day), which failed to sell even as well as their debut. The agreement under which Andika and Indra left the band allowed the remaining members to continue using the name Peterpan through the end of 2008.[2] In early 2008 the band announced that they would be changing their name, stating that their 2008 studio album Sebuah Nama Sebuah Cerita (One Name, One Story) would be their last under the name Peterpan. The album itself mostly consists of popular hits from the band's history, with four new songs; "Walau Habis Terang" (Though Low Light), "Kisah Cintaku" (My Love Story) (a cover of Chrisye's), and "Dilema Besar" (Big Dilemma), and "Tak Ada Yang Abadi" (Nothing Lasts Forever).
Personal life and Setting a record
Ariel married Sarah Amelia. The couple has a daughter named Allea Ananta. They divorced in 2008. In 2010 he was charged with violating Indonesian anti-pornography laws when videos which appear to be of him having sex were circulated on the internet, after his laptop was reportedly stolen.  Setting a record. Amidst their tight schedule in 2003-2004, which climaxed on July 18, 2004, Peterpan planned to perform in six different cities in Indonesia in only 24 hours.[1] The concerts were titled Konser Breaking Record and listed in Museum Rekor Indonesia (MURI, Indonesian Museum of Record), and included concerts in 2 Indonesian major islands: Sumatra and Java. The concerts started on July 18 in Medan North Sumatra Province, Padang, Pekanbaru, Lampung, Semarang Central Java Province, and finally ended at Surabaya Eastern Java Province.