#StayHomeDiaries: How Singaporean rapper Fariz Jabba is spending his time during the circuit breaker
It's been (what feels like) 5,324 days since we've hunkered down during the pandemic. The week is one long, delirious blur, where time seems to fly by and crawl along simultaneously. Some of us have been working endlessly. Some of us have watched all of Netflix, and some of us have become chefs, pro-gamers, makeup artists, and fitness enthusiasts. Some of us are picking up new skills. And there are some of us who haven't done anything particularly interesting. This is all OK. Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures. To help you feel less alone in isolation, we're asking our friends what they've been up to at home and what's going on in their heads. Below, Fariz Jabba shares his life in iso.
Describe your day in quarantine.
What is your latest quarantine creation?
What have you been pondering about during self-isolation?
What is the best thing that happened to you since staying home?
What is the worst thing that happened to you since the CB started?
What do you miss most of in the outside world?
Is there something you hope to achieve before CB ends?
What do you think the post-coronavirus world will look like?
What is the first thing you'll do when the CB ends?
ICYMI, Fariz is one of the 14 artistes that have come together in a song to drive home the message of strength in unity, in support of nationwide efforts to overcome Covid-19 and, well, to remind you to stay at home. It features Charlie Lim, Yung Raja, Iman Fandi, ShiGGa Shay, Alif, ABANGSAPAU, Tosh Rock, Fariz, Aisyah Aziz, Shye, Zadon, YAØ, Hashy and Dee Kosh. The artists wrote, recorded, and filmed the single and music video from home, completing the project in just 11 days. Watch the music video below: