| Andi Matalatta|
| Herly Merdania|
| June 4, 2010, Zoetermeer, Netherlands|
Cinta Yang Hitam, Hasrat, Rela, Bimbang, Pasrah, Janji
Rafika Duri, Fariz RM, Bob Tutopoli, Atiek CB, Helen Sparingga
Andì Meriem Matalatta (August 31, 1957 – June 4, 2010) was an Indonesian pop singer known for hits, especially during the 1980s. She was nicknamed "The Pearl from the South" among Indonesians.
She was born on August 31, 1957, in Makassar, Sulawesi, Indonesia, as the fifth of six children. She had one daughter, Diana, with her first husband, Andi Hermien Matallata. She later remarried to her second husband, Hendra Pribadi.
Andì Meriem Matalatta died at a hospital in Zoetermeer, the Netherlands, of complications of multiple illnesses, including diabetes, on June 4, 2010, at the age of 53. She had been visiting the Netherlands with her daughter, Diana. She had been suffering from a gangrenous wound on her hand and hypertension.
Her body was flown back to Indonesia for her funeral.
Andi Meriem Matalatta Wikipedia