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|Born||Rio Alexander Haigh|
Bunbury Regional Hospital, Bunbury, Western Australia
|Residence||East Fremantle, Western Australia|
|Other names||Rio Haigh|
|Occupation||Singer/songwriter • record producer • businessman|
|Known for||Quietly (Alex Belman song) • Welcome to the Twenties (Alex Belman song) • Treasure (Alex Belman song)|
|Home town||Margaret River, Western Australia|
Rio Alexander Haigh, known professionally as Alex Belman, is an Australian rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, writer, and businessman. He is the founder and CEO of his own record label, Haigh Music and accessory brand, Magnet Australia.
Alex Belman was born Rio Alexander Haigh on the 24th of March, 2005 in Bunbury, Western Australia. He lived in Margaret River, Western Australia for almost 12 years, attending Margaret River Independent School, and moved to Fremantle towards the end of January 2017.
2016-2018: Early Career
Alex Belman started writing songs at a very early age, recording his first work, an EP, at the age of nine. He made his solo performance debut at MR SAM 2016 (Margaret River Skate, Art and Music Festival). He has also starred in theatre productions with the Margaret River Theatre Group and West Australian Opera.
2018-2019: Five Ord Street
On the 30th of November 2018, Belman released his debut single "Quietly". As of May 2019 it is still his most successful release. Just a week later, he released his second single "On Christmas Eve", which was his take on, as the title suggests, a Christmas song.
On 21st December 2018, he released a remix of "Quietly", which would be his last release until January 4th 2019, when he released the fourth and final single from his then upcoming debut album, "Yeah (feat. Hunter Haigh)".
On March 1st 2019, Alex Belman released his debut album, Five Ord Street. He livestreamed on Instagram during its release.
Mid-late 2019: Aural Fixation and Devil
In mid-late 2019, Belman released two EPs, containing many of the songs that would be later included on his second album, Revelations. The first of the two was Aural Fixation (released 20th September 2019) and the second was Devil (released 1st November 2019).
Alex Belman released the last three singles from Revelations, "It's Only Fair", "Welcome to the Twenties", and "Different", on 20th December 2019, 27th December 2019, and 10th January 2020 respectively. On the 31st January 2020, he released his second album, Revelations. It featured most of the songs from Aural Fixation and Devil, and varied widely in style from his previous album, Five Ord Street, which was firmly rooted in the pop genre. Revelations featured songs in the pop, psychedelic, hip-hop, easy listening, and singer/songwriter genres.
- Five Ord Street
- Aural Fixation
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