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Siya CommitmentSiya, a Brooklyn native continues to be versatile  with her music as she dropped her Commitment EP just in time for Valentine’s Day. Premiered by Vibe, Commitment has a mixture of cloud rap and gauzy emotional confessionalism of Toronto-style rap-n-b into a unique blend, added with Siya’s force of personality. Before this EP, Siya released a Floetry-sampling  song titled “Don’t U (Say Yes)”, a sexy and flirty slow jam featuring her R&B Money label boss, Tank. In her single “Front Door”, Siya dives into the complications of commitment and is surfaced with raw emotions over a snapping beat. Commitment EP  is now available on all digital music stores and streaming services.

When talking to Vive about this EP, she says: ““Commitment came together because I knew I wanted to drop 3 albums between December and June. SIYAvsSIYA was my baby because it was my debut. Commitment is my way of letting my queens know they are loved and appreciated through my music. The next album I drop will be all street anthems, back to the block and my Bed-Stuy roots. I’m just grateful that I’ve been relevant for damn near two decades. I’m in it for longevity; nothing more, nothing less.”  SIYAvsSIYA was a hard-hitting album that featured Sage the Gemini. The debut album was a equally mixture of street rhythms and wavy, electric love songs.

Michele Sherman, best known for her stage name Siya, is an American rapper who is signed to R&B singer and writer, Tank. She is known for being a star in the Oxygen reality TV series, Sisterhood of Hip-Hop. The T.I. produced show stars five female rappers who guide themselves through a male-dominated industry. Siya is also the first openly female gay rapper in the industry. In September 2014, the rapper released her singles “Real MVP” and “One Hunnid“.  She then released her mixtape “Better Late Than Never” in  February 2015. Other singles include, “I Put Niggas On” ‘Heaven,” “I’m Gone” and D.Y.K.E.

Siya is preparing for a major breakout in 2017 as she already collaborated with artists like Chris Brown, Sage the Gemini, and Tank. She opened up for rappers Fat Joe and Fabolous during a concert at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, New York.