Celine Dion wants to come back to the main scene. So, obviously she will opt for the best writer out there right now for her lead single, “Love Me Back To Life.” We only wish that Sia Furler actually sang it herself.
Katy Perry just tweeted that Sia Furler is in the studio with her writing some songs for the next album. Yes, Sia, who has no time for her original fans anymore, is writing for the blandest of the them all – Katy Perry.
Oh em gee @siamusic just showed me her pubes. Yeah songwriting!
Of course this doesn’t make us happy as we have been anticipating a new Sia album for a while now but it seems that the original people who supported her will have to wait some more for another MOR hit penned by Sia. Sia, we are only doing this because we love you and we love to hear you r vocals on your words. Continue reading →
We always knew that it would sound better if SiA sang it. We also this Christina Aguilera’s “Blank Page” would have gotten a better treatment had SiA saved it for her own album, which looks like it won’t see the light of day anytime soon. Even, “Kill, Fuck, Marry” would have been saved by SiA had she done her vocal acrobatics on it! Continue reading →
Nikki Williams, who is sure to be one of the most talked-about breakthrough artists of 2013, has released a video for her buzz single “Kill, Fuck, Marry.” The provocative song was written by Sia, who penned Rihanna’s latest hit “Diamonds.” The video features Austin Sanderson, who is one of Cosmo’s “50 Most Eligible Bachelors” in this month’s issue.
Christina Aguilera is getting ready to release her make-or-break album Lotus. Surely, the second single off of the album must be a ballad. Yes, “Blank Page” is a Sia-penned slow one that is set to pave the way for the album’s promotional campaign.
However, as much as we love Sia, this is definitely not the track to catapult Christina Aguilera’s career back to its glory. In fact, its one of the worst ballads we had heard by Xtina.
Let’s hope it’s just a buzz single to generate some attention for the shaky Lotus, whose first single, much like “Not Myself Tonight” for Bionic, didn’t garner enough mainstream attention for the album’s launch.