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Recording artist Sia has released her sixth album, 1000 Forms of Fear.
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Sia has collaborated with some of the greatest pop singers of today. The performer wrote Rihanna's hit single, “Diamonds.” She also dreamed up songs for Beyonce and has worked with David Guetta and Flo Rida, according to Newsday.
Sia achieved solo success with her hit, “Chandelier,” according to the Associated Press. “Chandelier” is one of the most recognizable pop songs from the artist, charting on the Billboard Hot 100. It was also a success with music critics. Her other popular songs include “Elastic Heart,” which was a song from the Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack.
The new album includes 14 tracks. Songs on the new album include “Big Girls Cry,“ “Straight for the Knife,” and “Eye of the Needle.”
Sia, an Australian artist, was originally named Sia Furler. Her fifth album, 2010’s We Are Born, charted in France, the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands.
1000 Forms of Fear was released by Monkey Puzzle/ RCA in July.