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SIANGIE TWINS | GOOD GIRLS GONE BAD

April 3, 2020

Read the full interview on Flaunt.com!

SiAngie Twins are the cutest identical twins in the music industry, but don’t get it twisted. Their music bangs. Born and raised in Philadelphia, the Puerto Rican musical duo have recently showcased their evolution from teenagers to grown women.

Composed of Sianney (pronounced CC) and Angelise (preferred Angie) Garcia, SiAngie Twins are also siblings to brother professional boxer and co-manager Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia. With 1.8 million followers on Instagram alone, the twins are able to showcase their fun, down-to-earth personalities, and the undeniable synergy that innately resides between the twin sisters.

With their latest release, the Good Girls Gone Bad EP, they prove they’re more than just pretty faces. While the project title speaks for itself, it’s the girls’ abilities to be versatile and transcend genres, from pop to R&B to hip-hop. What they aim for is out of the box and out of this world, with a goal of creating only timeless music that will last forever.

Flaunt caught up with the SiAngie Twins on Instagram Live, who were looking real cute in their active Fashion Nova fits.

How’s quarantine life? Ya’ll look cute.

SiAngie Twins: Thank you! There’s nothing else to do, we’re bored.

How’s it over there in Philly?

SiAngie Twins: The weather’s horrible right now. It’s been real rainy.

Talk about linking with Dreamdoll for “Splash”, that’s a banger.

SiAngie Twins: She’s really fun and cool. She’s a cool person. She’s our girl or whatever. [laughs] It was lit. We actually cut it first, then we thought “this song is perfect for Dream to go on.”

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SiAngie Twins are the cutest identical twins in the music industry, but don’t get it twisted. Their music bangs. Born and raised in Philadelphia, the Puerto Rican musical duo have recently showcased their evolution from teenagers to grown women.

Composed of Sianney (pronounced CC) and Angelise (preferred Angie) Garcia, SiAngie Twins are also siblings to brother professional boxer and co-manager Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia. With 1.8 million followers on Instagram alone, the twins are able to showcase their fun, down-to-earth personalities, and the undeniable synergy that innately resides between the twin sisters.

With their latest release, the Good Girls Gone Bad EP, they prove they’re more than just pretty faces. While the project title speaks for itself, it’s the girls’ abilities to be versatile and transcend genres, from pop to R&B to hip-hop. What they aim for is out of the box and out of this world, with a goal of creating only timeless music that will last forever.

Flaunt caught up with the SiAngie Twins on Instagram Live, who were looking real cute in their active Fashion Nova fits.

How’s quarantine life? Ya’ll look cute.

SiAngie Twins: Thank you! There’s nothing else to do, we’re bored.

How’s it over there in Philly?

SiAngie Twins: The weather’s horrible right now. It’s been real rainy.

Talk about linking with Dreamdoll for “Splash”, that’s a banger.

SiAngie Twins: She’s really fun and cool. She’s a cool person. She’s our girl or whatever. [laughs] It was lit. We actually cut it first, then we thought “this song is perfect for Dream to go on.”

Congrats on Good Girls Gone Bad! What’s the significance of the title?

SiAngie Twins: Thank you, we appreciate it. We came up with the title because our last EP was called Innocent Savages. That EP was more so kiddish, rated PG. More kid-friendly vibes. This one, we got more comfortable. We’re getting older, so it’s intertwining with the olderness of us. [laughs]

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SiAngie Twins are the cutest identical twins in the music industry, but don’t get it twisted. Their music bangs. Born and raised in Philadelphia, the Puerto Rican musical duo have recently showcased their evolution from teenagers to grown women.

Composed of Sianney (pronounced CC) and Angelise (preferred Angie) Garcia, SiAngie Twins are also siblings to brother professional boxer and co-manager Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia. With 1.8 million followers on Instagram alone, the twins are able to showcase their fun, down-to-earth personalities, and the undeniable synergy that innately resides between the twin sisters.

With their latest release, the Good Girls Gone Bad EP, they prove they’re more than just pretty faces. While the project title speaks for itself, it’s the girls’ abilities to be versatile and transcend genres, from pop to R&B to hip-hop. What they aim for is out of the box and out of this world, with a goal of creating only timeless music that will last forever.

Flaunt caught up with the SiAngie Twins on Instagram Live, who were looking real cute in their active Fashion Nova fits.

How’s quarantine life? Ya’ll look cute.

SiAngie Twins: Thank you! There’s nothing else to do, we’re bored.

How’s it over there in Philly?

SiAngie Twins: The weather’s horrible right now. It’s been real rainy.

Talk about linking with Dreamdoll for “Splash”, that’s a banger.

SiAngie Twins: She’s really fun and cool. She’s a cool person. She’s our girl or whatever. [laughs] It was lit. We actually cut it first, then we thought “this song is perfect for Dream to go on.”

Congrats on Good Girls Gone Bad! What’s the significance of the title?

SiAngie Twins: Thank you, we appreciate it. We came up with the title because our last EP was called Innocent Savages. That EP was more so kiddish, rated PG. More kid-friendly vibes. This one, we got more comfortable. We’re getting older, so it’s intertwining with the olderness of us. [laughs]

You guys look like babies!

SiAngie Twins: We are babies, but we’re growing up. Good Girls Gone Bad!

Love hearing Pretty Ricky in “Grind on Me,” there’s so much nostalgia there.

SiAngie Twins: Definitely, for sure. That song’s our favorite too. Angie came up with it, she was in the car one day and we had the beat on. Angie’s like “this reminds me of Pretty Ricky!” She kept saying ”that’d be dope.”

You guys got the sample cleared?

SiAngie Twins: Yeah. Everything that’s a sample, we always get our music cleared. We won’t drop it unless it’s cleared.

Are you guys dating or have quarantine baes? 

SiAngie Twins: Yeah, we’re dating. You can put the song on and get a little nasty with your boo. Put the song on, it’ll get you in the mood. Ya feel me? [laughs] When you listen to the song, that’s what you’re going to think.

Did you step out of your comfort zone, being more sensual? 

SiAngie Twins: For sure. Even during the recording of the song, we’re like “yo, is this really coming out our mouths?” We’ve never recorded nothing like this. When everybody came in the studio, they’re like “yo, this is a banger! Don’t even worry.” We’re like alright, shit.

Best memory from shooting the video?

SiAngie Twins: It was really good. It was actually a quick video. Just fun. Every time we record a music video, just being there. Everybody’s energy be lit.

 

Was that your brother Danny in the ring?

SiAngie Twins: Nah, those were actors. One did look like Danny though, yes. A lot of people thought that. [chuckles]

 

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