“I’m so happy you were down to FaceTime. They were really nervous that you wouldn’t get my humor,” Detroit-based singer Siena Liggins laughs during a call with Billboard Pride, effectively demystifying her team’s comical accusations that she has “resting bitch voice.”
Liggins is hyper-aware of her tone. The lyrics to debut single “Flowerbomb” are dripping with swagger: “I know that she ain’t doing her job/So when she slip up/I pick the shift up/And put in work overtime.” Siena Liggins will steal your girl, no question.
But rather than go all-in, that cockiness is juxtaposed carefully against playful production (courtesy of Nydge) and, now, a sunkissed music video, out today (Aug. 16).