Feature Artist “Sia “

Hello my social media Jedi Knights of the Round Table, today I thought I start a feature for my blog called Feature Artist which will give you a detail insight into the world of the feature’e and today feature is Sia.

Sia is the artist that is less shown literally, she often opts out of being seen in public even in interviews she turns her back to the camera.  Sia has said that she don’t like the price of fame. Sia is a performer, songwriter and producer.  She has written songs for Rihanna (Diamonds), Flo Rida (Wild Ones) and even had a hit of her own with Chandelier video feature famed child dancer Maddie Ziegler of Dance Moms.  She has performed back up to pop groups like British sensation Jamiroquai and Zero 7.

Who is Sia? Australian born got her start back in 1997 singing and performing with acid rock group Adelaide. After Adelaide broke up, Sia record and release her debut LP “Only See”.  Shortly after Only See, Sia packed up and moved to London.  In 2000 signing with Sony Music sub-label Dance Pool and releasing her second LP “Healing is Difficult”.  No happy with the promotion for Healing is Difficult, Sia signed with Go Beat and release a third LP “Colour the Small One”.   No longer in Zero 7, Sia made the hop across the pond from London to New York, touring the states Sia releases her fourth LP “Some People Have Real Problems”, fifth LP “We Are Born” and her sixth LP “1000 Forms of Fear” debuting at number 1 on Billboards 200.  Sia seventh LP “This is Acting” goes to the top of Hot 100 charts giving Sia her first number one single with “Cheap Thrills”.  In 2016, Sia launches her successful word Nostalgic for the Present Tour.  Sia has been nominated 8 times for a Grammy, her awards includes MTV Music Award for Chandelier and ARIA award.

Now with Atlantic Records, Sia released a Christmas LP “Everyday is Chistmas”and she continues to write and produce other artist.

Follow Sia on Twitter (@sia)

For more information: www.siamusic.net




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