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ABOUT SIENA

If you ask Siena Liggins to describe herself, she usually limits her answer to three words: “Hide Your Girlfriend”. The response is as elusive as it is telling. The second half of 2018 saw the Detroit artist go from a behind-the-scenes songwriter and relative anonymity to one of Billboard’s Top Ten new LGBTQ artists of the year. With an aptness for savoir-faire paired with flirtatious wordplay and catchy hooks, Siena's work highlights her experiences and worldview in an unapologetically saucy and honest way.

 
 
 

FEATURED PRESS

 
 
 

PRESS QUOTES

 

“Siena Liggins oozes confidence and braggadocio on this ode to the divine beauty of the feminine form” - Billboard Pride

“The Song of the Summer for Girls Who Like Girls” - Wussy Mag

“With “Flowerbomb,” it’s clear Liggins can write an earworm” - Billboard

“Detroit's Siena Liggins wrote the sexy body positive anthem we need now” - Metro Times

 
 

CURRENT PLAYLISTING

 
 
 

PAST PLAYLISTING

 
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MUSIC VIDEOS

 
 
 

MORE PRESS

 

Flowerbomb

 
 
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LIVE SHOW

 
 

If you’re trying to keep your girlfriend, don’t bring her to the live show. Siena has shared stages with Doja Cat and Cupkakke among others in Detroit, and toured the East Coast as direct support to Flint Eastwood in winter 2018. First festival performances are booked for summer 2019.

 
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FULL BIO

In a longform interview following the release of her debut single “Flowerbomb” this summer, Billboard called Siena Liggins a “pop music fiend ready to write songs that you love to hate.” It’s a backhanded but appropriate compliment for a quickly-rising artist who unapologetically values provocation as much as she values beauty. Three songs and over 250,000 streams later it’s clear she’s onto something in combining the two, and the gay Detroit songstress has no plans to back down from that approach. The face of Billboard Pride’s December Queer Necessities playlist closed out the year being named one of their top ten new LGBTQ artists of 2018 in addition to having the #7 best song of the year on Pride’s year-end list.

UPBRINGING
A military brat turned singer-songwriter, it’s hard to say where her roots truly lie. She calls Detroit home, although she spends a lot of time in Atlanta or wherever her DM’s take her.

 
 
 
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