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Sia Returns With ‘Reasonable Woman’: Stream It Now

Sia Returns With ‘Reasonable Woman’: Stream It Now


Sia breaks a seven-year drought with Reasonable Woman, her collaborative-jammed tenth studio album.

Arriving at the stroke of midnight, Reasonable Woman (via Atlantic Records) houses 15 works including previously released cuts “Fame Won’t Love You” (featuring Paris Hilton), “Dance Alone” (with Kylie Minogue) and “Incredible” (featuring Labrinth), which, combined, have amassed over 200 million streams globally so far, according to Warner Music.

Highlights include previously unreleased tunes “Immortal Queen” (with Chaka Khan) and “Champion” (with Tierra Whack, Kaliii, and Jimmy Jolliff).


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Reasonable Woman was forged with a who’s who of producers, co-writers and engineers, including Jesse Shatkin, Greg Kurstin, benny blanco, Jim-E Stack, Rosalía, bülow, Mark “Spike” Stent and others.

It’s Sia’s first pop LP proper since This Is Acting, which was mostly comprised of songs she wrote for other artists that were not released on their albums and featured the singles “Alive,” “Cheap Thrills,” “The Greatest” and “Unstoppable.” This Is Acting hit No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on Australia’s ARIA Chart in 2016.

The following year, the South Australia-raised singer and songwriter jingled into the holiday period with Everyday Is Christmas, her first with WMG’s Atlantic and first Christmas-themed album, followed by 2021’s companion soundtrack to the feature film Music, for which Sia made her directorial debut.

It’s already been a winning week for Sia Furler; on Wednesday night, May 1 in Sydney, the superstar singer and songwriter won an APRA Music Award for most performed Australian work overseas, with “Unstoppable”.

Across her career, the “Chandelier” singer has amassed more than 50 billion audio streams, and landed 14 songs on the Billboard Hot 100, including a No. 1 with 2016’s “Cheap Thrills,” which led the tally for four weeks. Six of her LPs have impacted the Billboard 200, including a No. 1 for 2014’s 1000 Forms Of Fear, and six of her songs have joined Spotify’s Billions Club. She’s such a star, the city of Adelaide is home to Sia Furler Lane, unveiled in 2021.

Stream Reasonable Woman below.


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