Joe Flizzow

Joe Flizzow is a Malaysian rapper, songwriter, and producer. He was born on October 16, 1979, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Joe Flizzow is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the Malaysian hip-hop scene and has been active in the music industry since the early 2000s.

He first gained fame as part of the group Too Phat, which he formed with fellow rapper Malique Ibrahim in 1999. Too Phat released several successful albums and became one of the most popular hip-hop acts in Malaysia. After the group disbanded in 2008, Joe Flizzow pursued a solo career and released his debut solo album, “President,” in 2016. He has also collaborated with numerous other artists in the Malaysian and international music scenes.

Joe Flizzow is known for his socially conscious lyrics and his efforts to promote Malaysian hip-hop both within the country and abroad. He has won numerous awards throughout his career, including multiple Anugerah Industri Muzik (AIM) awards, and has been recognized for his contributions to Malaysian music and culture.

“Satu Malam Di Temasek” is a song by Malaysian rapper Joe Flizzow, released in 2011. The title “Satu Malam Di Temasek” means “One Night in Temasek,” with “Temasek” referring to the historical name for the island of Singapore. The song features vocals from Singaporean singer SonaOne.

The lyrics of “Satu Malam Di Temasek” describe a wild night out in Singapore, with Joe Flizzow and SonaOne rapping about partying, drinking, and having fun. The song’s catchy chorus, which repeats the phrase “Satu Malam Di Temasek” multiple times, has become a popular phrase among fans of Malaysian and Singaporean hip-hop.

“Satu Malam Di Temasek” was released as part of Joe Flizzow’s solo album “Havoc,” which was a critical and commercial success in Malaysia and helped solidify his status as one of the country’s top hip-hop artists. The song’s upbeat tempo and catchy melody, combined with its lyrics about partying and having a good time, have made it a popular choice for clubs and parties throughout Malaysia and Singapore.