We applaud T.I.’s newest executive producer credit for the new, upcoming show on Oxygen “Sisterhood of Hip Hop”. Gearing up! We’ve been waiting a long time for some representation and believe it or not, Siya was our prediction to be “THE ONE” that would have the best chance of making it commercially right now. Let’s support yall! Check Siya out at www.DamnSiya.com and you’ll see she’s been putting in that work.
Born in California and raised in Bed-Stuy, a legendary Brooklyn hotbed of influential , Siya overcame many challenges early on including a drug-addicted mother and incarcerated father, as well as her own run-ins with the law. Siya’s true support came from her grandmother who took her in, but also from the streets of Bed-Stuy. Music became an outlet for her and after moving to Atlanta to pursue her dream, she eventually built a rep for herself and caught the attention of many major labels and well-known artists. While some people in the industry were afraid of how an openly gay female rapper would fit in the genre, Siya remained determined and refused to compromise who she is, always staying true to her own unique voice and style. One of Complex magazine’s rappers to watch out for in 2012, word around the industry is that Siya is the next big thing.
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