Sia Kate Isobelle Furler is an Australian singer, songwriter, voice actress and music video director. She started her career as a singer in the acid jazz band Crisp in the mid-1990s in Adelaide. In 1997, when Crisp disbanded, she released her debut studio album titled OnlySee in Australia. She moved to London, England, and provided vocals for the British duo Zero 7. In 2000, Sia released her second studio album, Healing Is Difficult, and her third studio album, Colour the Small One, in 2004, but all of these struggled to connect with a mainstream audience. Sia relocated to New York City in 2005 and toured in the United States. Her fourth and fifth studio albums, Some People Have Real Problems and We Are Born, were released in 2008 and 2010, respectively. Each was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association and attracted wider notice than her earlier albums.
|Born:||Sia Kate Isobelle Furler, December 18, 1975, Adelaide, Australia|
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Australian pop singer known for such hits as "Chandelier," "Elastic Heart" and "Clap Your Hands." In 2018, she joined Diplo and Labrinth to form the supergroup LSD. She also collaborated with Flo Rida on the song "Wild Ones."
She was discovered by an Italian DJ while singing karaoke in a bar. She also briefly attended the University of Adelaide.
She won three ARIA Awards in 2010, including Best Independent Release, Best Pop Release, and Best Video.
She was featured on the Christina Aguilera song "Blank Page."
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- Trip hop musicians
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