SYS Radio host Maggie Tra invites a special guest Tiana Khasi onto her show on Wednesday 27 March at 2pm on Kiss FM.
In the interview Tiana reveals more about her upcoming debut EP ‘Meghalaya‘ (produced by Sampology) on March 29, what it’s like growing up as a mixed-race child in Australia and more.
Her latest release “‘They Call Me’ was written to challenge the problematic depictions of women in history and literature. It’s also a tribute to the fierce women whose rebellion, fire and strength inspires me, especially my Tinā ole Tinā (Nana). I wanted this song to to become an anthem for myself and other women to abandon shame, reclaim and redefine the names they have been given and be the authors of their own story” –
Tiana’s unique sound is heavily influenced by her Samoan and Indian heritage, and has seen her support Jamaican-American “TrapHouseJazz” sensation Masego, Swedish soul artist Fatima and acclaimed Australian collective 30/70.
Catch the interview at 2pm on SYS Radio.