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Alex Belman

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Alex Belman
Born Rio Alexander Haigh
2005 (age 13)
Bunbury, Western Australia
Residence Fremantle
Nationality Australian
Other names Rio Haigh
Occupation Musician • writer • record producer • businessman
Years active   2016-present
Home town Margaret River, Western Australia
Net worth $10,000
Board member of Magnet Australia • Haigh Music • Haigh-Berryman Group
Website http://www.alexbelman.ga

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.

Early Life[edit | edit source]

Alex Belman was born Rio Alexander Haigh in 2005 in Bunbury, Western Australia. He lived in Margaret River, Western Australia for 11 years, attending Margaret River Independent School, and moved to Fremantle in 2017.

Career[edit | edit source]

2017-2018: Early Career[edit | edit source]

During 2017 and 2018, Alex Belman uploaded several songs to YouTube and SoundCloud. These have included songs in the rap genre such as "Truth (Big Tobacco Diss)" as well as comedy songs such as "im lil triple" and "Vases Ain't Bowls". He has also written other songs such as "Treasure" and "Life" that he plans to release soon and has performed at events such as MR SAM 2016 as well as at his school. Alex Belman has also starred in theatre productions with the Margaret River Theatre Group and West Australian Opera.

Other ventures[edit | edit source]

Alex Belman has founded multiple businesses including Magnet Australia, Haigh Music and Haigh-Berryman Group.

Works[edit | edit source]

  • One And Move On (feat. Matthew Geagea)
  • Truth (Big Tobacco Diss)

External links[edit | edit source]



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