For Black Girls Rule, discover each day a different personality from a talented, creative and innovative woman of African descent.
Sianna is a 22 year old french rapper from Beauvais,France and is an ex member of a group called Crack House. Nowadays she’s flying solo and has just released her latest EP called “Diamond Noir” or Black Diamond, which is a “very personal album” according to her. Originally from Mali, Sianna talks about tough her past in her song “Coeur Orphelin”. But she also talks about Africa and friendship. But what truly defines her style as a rapper is her ultra speed flow. Artists such as Soprano, The Shin Sekaï and S.Pri Noir were all invited to collaborate to this album.
Here is our exclusive interview with Sianna !
Do you think it’s important to dedicated a day / a month to women?
I don’t know if it’s important because I dont know if outside of the commercial aspect of it it truly changes women’s daily lives. During this day, all I can think about is women that are beaten and those women around the world who don’t have rights and then me as a European woman, who has it all, I have no right to complain.
Who is the woman that inspires you the most?
What song do you listen to when you need motivation?
Right now I’d have to say “Many – Mécano”, love that artist.
What movie could you watch a 100 times?
Think Like A Man.
Which book do you consider is your bible?
I don’t read, I like documentaries better !
What is the object you always have to have with you?
My phone charger.
The best advice you could have given your younger self?
To live with no regrets and to dream big.
Which meme describes your current mood?