Fauzan Adli bin Ibrahim (فوزان عدلي) (born on July 26 1995), better known as Fauzan Adli, is a teenager who attended school in SMK Saujana Utama, Selangor Malaysia. He is also a Producer, Songwriter, Editor and DJ in his home studio, FauzanAdliMusic.
He was born prematurely in Hospital Bersalin, Kuala Lumpur and stayed with his parents in the district of Jinjang Utara, Kuala Lumpur. After 6 years of age, he was moved to Shah Alam in Section 19 and go to school there, too, that SK section 19. There, he starts learning arts, animations and computer management. When have reached the age of 11 years, in grades 5, he has moved to Taman Putra Perdana, Puchong. He had to sit UPSR and was scored 1A 2B 3C while studying in the SK Taman Putra Perdana or better known as SKTPP. Fauzan learned the failure and try to work hard as possible.
After facing the age at the time Primary School , he was invited to go to school in SMK Cyberjaya while he was in Form 1 in the year 2008. He has a class called 1 Cyber 10 and has been changed to 1 Cyber 4 at the end of the year. While he was in Form 2 in 2009, MOE has built a school close to home, and given the name SMK Putra Perdana. He was going there in August 2009. At first, he has a class called 2 B after Interim Test, he was transferred to the class of 2 F and revamped to 2 D. In 2010, he got a very critical results in Peperiksaan Menengah Rendah or PMR, and he felt very depressed. He got the class 4 Perdagangan until year 2012.
Fauzan try to improve himself and help family's crisis. He starts learned playing keyboard, equalizer and DJ Turntables. He got the idea to play this when he listen to David Guetta, Avicii, Calvin Harris and RedOne's music. At March 30, 2012, his family moved to Seri Peristana, Sungai Buloh, and school at SMK Saujana Utama in class 5 Marikh until Sijil Peperiksaan Malaysia (SPM) 2012.
His father work as Financial Executive Account at Pharmaniaga Berhad, Bukit Raja, Selangor and his mother is an owner of Metro Driving Academy branch at Bandar Puteri, Klang.
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