Originally from Seattle, WA, emerging artist, Siahna possesses all the qualities a fan of an indie pop culture could desire. She dominates with a rich, soulful voice dripping with a texture that conveys her heartfelt, deeply personal lyrics in a way that resonates with the listener. Add to that a bright, relatable, charismatic presence to deliver it all and you have an audience that is invested in the stories she shares through her lyrics. 

     As an artist, she finds herself stylistically influenced primarily by soul and jazz genres-specifically artists Ray Charles, Amy Winehouse and her favorite singer/songwriter of all time, Billy Joel. 

    Season 9 of NBC’s The Voice gave Siahna her opportunity to shine on a national level with the then 15-year-old songstress taking the stage and belting out a smoky and eloquent rendition of Fever. Siahna says she wouldn’t change her experience on The Voice for anything as it taught her to cope with high-pressure situations and enabled her to grow as an artist and gain recognition. 

    In 2020, Siahna independently released her EP “Innocence” and performed throughout Los Angeles connecting and collaborating with fellow artists. When the pandemic stuck and quarantine took into effect, she continued to write songs, including her new single “Mother”, a track that touches on the relationship between humans and our “Mother” Earth released this past March.

The main focus of this year is to delve into new genres. Siahna is currently working on new projects experimenting with pop, soul, hip-hop, and R&B, with two unreleased tracks coming soon.

//  Origin:  Seattle, WA
//  Genres:  Soul pop
//  Years Active:  2013- Present
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"SIAHNA possesses all the qualities a fan of indie pop could want in an artist. She has a rich, soulful voice with loads of texture, and heartfelt, deeply personal lyrics that are wrapped and delivered in a bright, relatable, amiable stage presence.”
-Robin Fairbanks (Seattle Music Insider)
There's just something about Im that's instantly captivating.”
-Jessica Molinari (Bustle)
“Gwen Stefani turned her chair around seconds into Im's performance, squealing with delight as Im hit every note perfectly.”
-Shannon Carlin (Refinery 29)



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