A brilliant performance in music was again performed by talented young Indonesian singers at the world art competition. She is Elisakh Hagia who represents Indonesia in the world art event titled World Championship of Performing Art (WCOPA). The 11-year-old girl won three awards including Silver Medals, The Industry Awards, and Scholarship Award. A sense of happiness was felt by Elisakh, who is usually called Els, because of these results. Moreover, the Industry Award is the most prestigious award because it is only given to contestants who are considered appropriate in the American music industry.
WCOPA itself is like an Olympics for musicians and singers. In the event, the girl who is also good at dancing performed three songs in each category. In R & B / Soul, Els sang the song I Will Always Love You. As for Variety Music, the young girl performed the song Let Me Down Slowly, and Song & Dance performed the song In The Name of Love. “For the Variety category, I performed the song Let Me Down Slowly, where I wrote the rap part myself,” Els said.
The singer, who collaborated with American rapper Zay Hilfiger and Silento, added that although she was always optimistic, she never once underestimated other contestants in an event. “International competition is always followed by dozens of developed countries so I should not make them as opposed to me or something compared,” she said. “I think I’m competing with the original singer. Suppose I bring Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You. The judges must compare me with Whitney,” she continued.
For what she achieved WCOPA, which this year entered its 23rd year of implementation, Els also hopes to open the eyes of the world to Indonesian talents, especially in the performing arts field. “I am very ambitious about Indonesia being the new face of artist, singer, dancer. Incidentally, I also received a scholarship from Wildabeast (William Adams). It was there that I wanted to show the new faces of world artists in Indonesia,” Els concluded.
Through this achievement, Els also has high hopes for the arts industry, especially music and dance in Indonesia. “I am very ambitious about Indonesia being the new face of an artist, singer, dancer. Incidentally, I also got a scholarship from Wildabeast (William Adams). That’s where I want to show the new faces of world artists in Indonesia,” she concluded.