Also about Sheilaon7, their new upcoming album and of course, Sheilagank Malaysia.
Here's a snippet on what they wrote in Hai!:
"Populariti SO7 tidak sama seperti beberapa tahun lalu. SO7 sedar bahawa ini waktu-waktu sukar mereka untuk menempa nama kembali dalam arena muzik.
Namum penggemar SO7 yang menamakan diri mereka sebagai SheilaGank, tetap utuh berdiri di belakang mereka member sokongan kepada band yang mereka cintai.
'Bagi SO7, SheilaGank adalah tenaga kami. Tanpa mereka pasti kami tidak kekal sehingga ke hari ini. Kami bersyukur dan berterima kasih kepada peminat yang memberi dorangan dan semangat unuk kami berkarya dalam bidah yang kami cintai ini. Kerana mereka jugalah album Menentukan Arah terhasil dan kami tujukan album ini khas buat SheilaGank' ujar Duta.
Pembaca Hai yang berminat untuk menyertai kelab peminiat SO7 - Sheilagank boleh menghubungi Farina dia talian 019-******* atau melalui email : firstname.lastname@example.org"
Yeah, they published my phone number. Much to my surprise. Alhamdulillah, no prank calls so far, dan semoga tidak akan ada. Femes 5 saat. Hak Hak Hak.
For the full article, go get the latest issue of Hai! from your nearest newstand now!
Talk about media, Malaysia media industry suffered a huge lost today:
Pak Samad dies at 84
PETALING JAYA: Media icon Tan Sri A. Samad Ismail, more affectionately known as Pak Samad, died yesterday at the Pantai Medical Centre here from lung infection and kidney failure.
Samad, 84, had been warded at the intensive care unit since Aug 24 after experiencing breathing difficulty.
His youngest daughter, Nur Azrina, 38, said he died just after she and his wife Puan Sri Habibah Hamid finished reciting prayers by his side at 5.58pm.
Samad: Wanted his family to keep his collection of books
“His last wishes were for us to keep his belongings and prized possessions, especially his huge collection of books. He said his books must never be taken out of the house,” she said.
Another daughter, Nuraina, 52, a former journalist and blogger, said she would miss their conversations.
“He liked to discuss current political happenings. He was very aware of what was going on,” she said at the family home in Section 16 here where Samad’s body was brought from the hospital.
The body will be taken to the UIA Matriculation Centre mosque before Friday prayers today and then for burial at the Bukit Kiara Muslim cemetery.
Samad had 10 children, two of whom are dead. His first wife Hamidah Hassan died in 1990.
Credit: The Star Online