Inul Daratista is a dangdut singer and performance artist from Pasuruan, East Java, Indonesia. She became nationally famous in 2003, and is known for her suggestive style of dancing that caused major controversy in Indonesia. Inul is a corrupted version of Ainur, and the singer's childhood pet name. As she began her musical career singing in a 'rock' band, she adopted the stage name Daratista.
|Birth name:||Ainur Rokhimah|
|Born:||January 21, 1979, Pasuruan, East Java, Indonesia|
|Years active:||2000 – present|
About Inul Daratista
Indonesian singer who became a popular figure with the world of dangdut-style folk music with songs like "Masa Lalu," "Arjuna Buaya" and "Kocok Kocok." She found herself amidst controversy following a televised concert in Jakarta, when conservative Muslim groups publicly objected to her risqué dance moves.
Her stage name "Inul" was her childhood nickname. She began her singing career by singing in a rock band.
At the height of the controversy surrounding her dancing, she was cited as a major reason behind passing anti-pornography legislation in Indonesia.
Her birth name is Ainur Rokhimah. She married Adam Suseno, with whom she has a son named Yusuf.
She and Kristina are both world-famous dangdut singers.
Information related to Inul Daratista
- Indonesian dangdut singers
- Indonesian television actresses
- Anugerah Musik Indonesia winners
- Indonesian female singers
- Javanese people