The SiAngie Twins have released their latest project Good Girls Gone Bad via DSG Music/EMPIRE on Friday, March 6. The identical twins born and raised in Philadelphia to Puerto Rican parents, and sisters to World Champion boxer/co-manager Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia, are showcasing their transition from teenage girls to young women through their lyrics, visuals, and sound. Sianney (CC) and Angelise (Angie) Garcia combine the influences of their youth with a modern vibe to create their own unique lane in the music world.
“Our EP is very versatile and timeless. It crosses a lot of different genres. We look outside the box when we’re recording a project, not just what the sound is right now. The music we make will always last beyond this era,” explains The SiAngie Twins about the project.
Sianney and Angelise started singing and rapping at just six years old, and began utilizing social media early on to share and promote themselves and their music. They built a following on Instagram and Musical.ly that has stayed loyal throughout their career, even having appeared on MTV’s My Super Sweet Sixteen. Over the years, they’ve accumulated a following of 1.8 million on Instagram, 3.4 million on Tik Tok, and 344k subscribers on YouTube.
With appearances from Puerto Rico’s Miky Woodz, DreamDoll, and production by platinum producer Jahlil Beats, Good Girls Gone Bad is the SiAngie Twins’ coming of age project. The video releases from the EP “Watch Me Go (Feat. Miky Woods),” “Aquella Vez,” “Never Be Me,” and “Splash Feat. DreamDoll)” have accumulated over 3.5 million views on YouTube to date, with more visuals to come.
Good Girls Gone Bad Tracklist:
1. Never Be Me
2. Blow Ya Whistle
3. Grind on Me
4. Aquella Vez
5. Watch Me Go Feat. Miky Woodz
6. All Night
7. Bad 2 U
8. Down For You
9. Splash Feat. DreamDoll
10. Like Us
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About The SiAngie Twins:
Sianney (CC) and Angelise (Angie) Garcia, known together as the SiAngie Twins, are the rapping, singing, acting, and fashionista duo that is ready to take over. The 18-year-old identical twins were born and raised in Philadelphia, PA on April 25, 2001 to Puerto Rican parents. Their music lives at the intersection of hip-hop, R&B, pop, and Latin sounds, showcasing the bicultural influence of their Puerto Rican heritage and their Philly upbringing. They cite Jennifer Lopez, Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, and Chris Brown, among others, as their biggest musical influences. Having experienced proximity to success and fame at a young age – their brother and co-manager is World Champion boxer Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia – the girls knew that a traditional life was not for them. Their love for music dates as far back as they can remember, and they knew they were destined for a musical career.
Some of the SiAngie Twins’ earliest memories involve their brother recording them rapping on-camera and in a home studio in the basement of their Philly home at the young age of six. Under the guidance of Danny, the girls became musical duo ‘The Swift Twins’ and recorded their first single “Flyest in my School,” which was uploaded to their MySpace page. They continued recording songs and dropping singles on MySpace, Facebook, and YouTube including the standouts “Es Quisite” and “After School.” Then at around 10 years old they changed their name to the SiAngie Twins and started recording and later releasing full EPs. This was when they started to take music more seriously and began to realize it was their intended career path.
Being ahead of their time, as well as a part of Generation Z, the girls instinctively went to social media and the digital space to release their music and content. Through their songs, videos, photos, and behind-the-scenes content they were able to establish a core fanbase that has stood by their side throughout the years and is continuously growing. They built a solid following through Instagram and Musical.ly, and at 14 years old decided to start showcasing their personalities via YouTube videos. The SiAngie Twins were also one of the first artists to begin doing dance challenges on Instagram back in 2015. Their popularity even landed them on MTV’s My Super Sweet 16. Over the years, they’ve accumulated a following of 1.8 million on Instagram, 3.4 million on Tik Tok, and 344k subscribers on YouTube.
Outside of music, the twins are very into fashion. Inspired by Rihanna, they hope to follow in her footsteps of creating a mega-successful brand that encompasses music, fashion, cosmetics, as well as acting. Their style is a tomboy, streetwear looks with an edgy, girly twist, and they always make sure their makeup and nails are on point. The SiAngie twins like to showcase their day-to-day looks on Instagram but tend to be a bit more edgy with their music videos. They are very involved in the creative process, from photoshoots to music videos. The SiAngie Twins channel their creativity musically with a diverse love of fashion that sparks a unique visual style.
The SiAngie Twins are releasing their latest EP titled Good Girls Gone Bad on March 6, 2020 under DSG Music/EMPIRE. The project is the first release under the joint venture and features the songs “Watch Me Go (Feat. Miky Woods),” “Aquella Vez,” “Never Be Me,” and “Splash Feat. DreamDoll),” which has accumulated over 3.5 million views on YouTube to date. The girls drew inspiration from relationship issues, being in love, having fun, and just living life. “Our EP is very versatile and timeless. It crosses a lot of different genres. We look outside the box when we’re recording a project, not just what the sound is right now. The music we make will always last beyond this era,” explains the twins. Good Girls Gone Bad is a pinnacle moment for them as it signifies the transformation from teenage girls to young women.
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