Sia Furler

Among the most popular and influential artists in the world today, Sia is known for her unique voice and style. She has collaborated with other famous artists like Flo Rida and David Guetta. In addition to her own music, she has also been a huge inspiration for other artists.


Early life

Throughout her early life, Australian singer Sia Furler had an eclectic collection of influences. Her early inspirations included Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder and Sting. Sia grew up in a musical and artistic household. Her mother is an art lecturer and her father is a musician.

Sia’s first big break was singing backup for Jamiroquai. She recorded two EPs and participated in the local jazz scene in the mid-1990s. She later toured with Zero 7, the English musical duo. Her first studio album, OnlySee, sold about 1200 copies.

In the early 2000s, Sia joined the British musical duo Zero 7. She recorded three studio albums for the band. She was invited to sing background vocals on Jamiroquai’s second album. She also sang backup on Zero’s third album, ‘The Sound of a Revolution’.

Sia also co-wrote Rihanna’s Diamonds, which reached number one on the Billboard chart. She also wrote the songs for Beyonce’s Pretty Hurts and Britney Spears’ One More Time. Sia is also the author of many soundtracks for popular television series. She has been nominated for several awards.

Sia moved to London in 1997. She was dating a man named Dan Pontifex. But, he died in a car accident. This tragedy encouraged Sia to drink and take drugs. She also contemplated suicide. But, a friend interrupted her plans.

Sia then relocated to New York City. She signed with the music label Go! Beat in 2004. She released her first album, OnlySee, in 1997. Sia also released Healing Is Difficult in 2001 and Colour the Small One in 2004. She also toured across the United States in 2005. She also collaborated with David Guetta on Titanium in 2011.

Sia has also written songs for Britney Spears, Katy Perry, and Carly Rae Jepsen. She is also the author of many soundtracks for hit movies. She has received nine Grammy Awards and has been nominated for the MTV Video Music Award. Sia has also been an advocate for animal rights.

Sia also dated Le Tigre’s JD Samson for several years. She also performed on the 2006 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show broadcast.

Music career

During Sia’s early years, she performed with a number of bands. She grew up listening to artists like Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin. Later in her career, Sia started writing songs for other artists. She worked with Rihanna, Carly Rae Jepsen, Celine Dion, Flo Rida, and Jessie J.

Sia also wrote songs for films. She contributed three songs to the soundtrack of the film Annie. Her song “The Greatest” was a hit with Kendrick Lamar. It also reached the top 20 on the US pop chart.

Sia’s music career began with the band Crisp in Adelaide, Australia. She later performed as a background singer for Jamiroquai in London. In 2004, she signed with Go! Beat Records. The label is a subsidiary of Universal Music Group. She released her first album, OnlySee, in 1997.

Sia’s music career took a turn when her boyfriend died. After his death, she began using drugs as a form of self-medicating. She was encouraged by a friend to begin writing songs for other artists. She wrote her first song, “Breathe Me,” as a tribute to her late boyfriend. It was a hit on alternative radio stations in the US. It played a role in the ending of HBO’s Six Feet Under in summer 2005.

She then joined the British duo Zero 7 as lead vocalist. She recorded three studio albums with the band.

Sia then relocated to New York City. She wrote and produced songs for other performers. She also wrote songs for herself. She later moved to London. She joined a 12-step recovery program, which helped her music career. She also started performing her own music again.

She later collaborated with Labrinth and Diplo in the group LSD. The duo released four songs. Sia was also invited to perform at the 2006 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.

After she finished her 12-step program, she continued writing songs for other performers. She also released her fifth studio album, We Are Born. It debuted at number two on the Australian album chart and reached number 37 on the US Billboard 200. She then toured the US and Canada. She performed 16 songs.

Collaborations with Flo Rida and David Guetta

Flo Rida and David Guetta have a history of musical collaborations. The two have teamed up on a number of songs, including Wild Ones, which was a massive hit for Flo Rida. It also earned Flo Rida a Grammy nomination for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.

David Guetta has worked with several artists over the years, including Kelly Rowland, Ludacris, and Taio Cruz. His recent collaborations include a song with Nicki Minaj. He’s also worked with RAYE, Galantis, and Little Mix. He’s one of the most sought after music producers in the world, with more than three million albums sold worldwide. His latest song, titled “Don’t Leave Me Alone,” features Anne-Marie. It’s expected to appear on Guetta’s upcoming studio album.

One of the most addictive hooks on Flo Rida’s pop songs is the one that begins, “G.D.F.R.” The song also features a dubstep breakdown.

“Good Feeling” was the first single from Flo Rida’s fourth studio album, Wild Ones. The song was a top 10 hit in several countries. It also crossed over into the dance chart. It was Flo Rida’s third #1 pop hit in the UK. It peaked in the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 and the adult pop chart. It was the first of four consecutive top 10 smash hits for Flo Rida in the UK.

The song was produced by Dr. Luke, who also produced the songs “G.D.F.R.” and “Wild Ones.” The song was also sampled in Avicii’s dance hit “Levels”. The song also featured a sample from Etta James’ 1962 recording “Something’s Got a Hold on Me.”

Flo Rida has worked with many other artists, including Cody Simpson, LiLana, and The Saturdays. He also signed 18-year-old rapper Brianna, who sang the lead vocals on a song called “Club Can’t Handle Me.” The song reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100 and number four on the UK singles chart.

David Guetta has been making hits for decades. He’s worked with a number of artists, including Kelly Rowland, Estelle, and Kelis. He’s also collaborated with The Black Eyed Peas.

Influence on other artists

Having already been awarded the Grammy for Best Song of the Year, Sia has a proven track record as a songwriter. She’s also collaborated with some of the biggest names in the music industry. Some of Sia’s most successful collaborations include Wild Ones with Flo Rihanna and Titanium with David Guetta.

Sia’s music is often considered to be upbeat and emotional. Her songs have been featured in blockbuster films and popular television shows. She has also been nominated for nine Grammy Awards. Sia has also received an MTV Video Music Award.

Sia’s debut album OnlySee was released in 1997. Her second album, Colour the Small One, was released in 2004. After “Breathe Me” hit the #1 spot, she re-released her debut album. Her fifth album, This Is Acting, was released in February 2015.

Sia has been compared to Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu. Her music is a combination of jazz, soul, and disco. She is also influenced by Malcolm McLaren and Stevie Wonder.

Sia began her career in the acid jazz movement in Adelaide, Australia, where she was a member of the band Crisp. Crisp released two albums before Sia left the group in 1997. This was the era of Lilith Fair, a long-running festival that was visible as a frontline for the underground singer-songwriter movement. The festival lasted until the turn of the millennium.

After the death of her boyfriend, Sia moved to London. She became a fixture at the Hotel Cafe, a popular singer-songwriter hangout. The Cafe was also a recording studio and record label. The Cafe hosted artists such as Colbie Caillat and Sara Bareilles.

Sia is known for her unique voice. She has a voice that is unlike that of Whitney Houston or Adele. Her voice is high, which is used to convey emotion. It’s also different from the computer-processed pop vocals of today.

Sia’s voice is also unique because it doesn’t end with a big high note. It ends with an almost-mumbled oath. The song also has a lot of influences from the reggae and R&B genres.

Sia has also been featured in several films, including Wonder Woman and San Andreas. She has also made songs for Broadway shows.

Frequently Asked Questions


Sia Date of Birth is  Dec 18, 1975


Sia Net Worth is $30 Million


Sia Height is 164 cm