Indonesian singer Afgan makes international debut with his new track ‘Say I’m Sorry’. This single of the Indonesian singer was recorded in 2019 at EMPIRE’s studio in the US. Previously this recording company released her international debut album of the Indonesian rapper Ramengvrl titled “Can’s Speak English”.
Tha Aristocrats produced this slow-burning R&B number. A number of writers like Chaz Jackson, Dashawn White, Benny Mayne, Emily Vaughn, Orlando Williamson, and Yusuke Sato contributed to writing this song.
The Indonesian singer Afgan was highly appreciated for his velvety voice. Afgan croons on this track, “Now I do all the right things with all the wrong people / All I ever wanted was you / If everything’s changed why do I feel the same / I’m still falling for you”. The singer shared a statement and said, “I hope that when people listen to the song, the sadness and pain we feel will drive us to do better. Regrets are something we can learn from, to avoid from making the same mistakes.”
The singer whose real name is Afgansyah Reza wrote on Instagram, “resonates with all of you and this is just the beginning, we got a lot more coming for you”. The singer posted on YouTube. He stated in that video, “I was starving… So we went to Chinatown, I left all of my stuff, my luggage in the car. We just ate for 45 minutes and then we went back to the car… The windows were smashed and I lost all my stuff that I brought for the whole month, my cash.”
Afgan is performing in the Indonesian music industry for 13 years. Now he is ready to meet new challenges and that’s why he introduced himself to the world. He said, “So many things inspire me. EMPIRE understands what I want and they help me to adapt. I’m so honoured to be able to work with EMPIRE and I can’t wait to show my new songs.”
Afgan released his debut album ‘Confession No. 1’ in 2008. He received Anugerah Musik Indonesia awards for Best Pop Male Solo Artist and Best Pop Collaboration with Indonesian singer Raisa. He released the four-track EP ‘AIR’ in 2019 with Isyana Sarasvati and Rendy Pandugo.