Dynamic Sister Duo, SwaVu (Vuyiswa Sigadi) & I$$A BADDIE (Alexandria Sigadi) are Natives from Dallas & Iowa. These Singer Songwriters & Performing Artist grew up listening to music ranging from the 70's to early 2000's Hip Hop/R&B/Neo-Soul. Inspired by Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Chrisette Michele, EnVogue, SWV, Missy Elliott, Nicki Minaj, Effortlezz style of music incorporates some of the characteristics found in these artists and or more. Their unique style found in the leading tracks Switch Up, Massacre and Overdose speaks volume in the Music Industry of today. To further fancy your musical taste for Neo-Soul & Hip Hop, "Shadows" & "Typical Girl" is on another level. If you like to shuffle/line/swing dance, then "Far Away" is for you. On this Album "Shadows Vol. I" shares a variety of musical styles that are accomplished by these young musicians. SwaVu "Vuyiswa" and I$$A Baddie "Alexandria" are upcoming musicians. They have delivered their artistry on stages from The Nines Club, Balcony Club, Dallas AT&T Winspear, The Black Academy of Arts & Letters, Convocations of Educational School Districts, Dance Competitions to various Festivals. Recently releasing their first album "Shadows Vol. I", Effortlezz has successfully resonated a New Vibe that incorporates all of your likings of soul music. Receiving their education in music production/performance/education, both singers have accomplished winning many competitions in the realm of performing music band/choral and song writing. National Song Writing Competition of LKR, 3-year All-Stater, TSSEC 3-year OP (Outstanding Performance) just to name a few. The love of music has been embedded in their souls since a very young age with their involvement in Church Music Ministry and School Music Organizations. Both father, Highway Sigadi, and mother April Jones-Sigadi are classically/jazz trained singers, and their guidance in vocals, complexity in rhythms and musicality is clearly gifted to both Vuyiswa and Alexandria “Effortlezz”.
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