Discover SZA’s siblings and learn more about the R&B artist’s family background. Get insights into SZA’s personal life and family connections.
SZA Siblings: How Many Siblings Does SZA Have?
The celebrity singer has two siblings, an older half-sister known as Panya Jamilla and an older brother known as Daniel Pierre.
Daniel, a former rapper turned successful visual artist, spent his formative years on the Upper West Side of New York City. Although he left LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts early, he pursued his passion for vector illustration and interior realisation, eventually becoming a thriving graphic designer with ownership of multiple clothing lines. His stage name is Daniel Pierre.
SZA has revealed in interviews that her siblings especially, her brother, played a significant role in shaping and encouraging her musical talents. Their collaboration resulted in the creation of SZA’s first ever song.
Her half sister, Panya Jamila on the other hand, was raised in Maplewood, New Jersey. She is the oldest sister in the Rowe family but her identity has been a mystery.
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The renowned singer has a CNN executive producer known as Abdul-Mubarak-Rowe as a father and an AT&T executive mother called Audrey Rowe. Her parents intermarried as her father was a Muslim and her mother, a Christian.
Born as Solána Imani Rowe, SZA came to the limelight via her self-released extended plays(EPs) which led her to become the first female artist to sign with Top Dawg Entertainment, an independent American record label established by Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith in 2004 which is located in Carson, California. It is also known to have signed up popular artists like Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Schoolboy Q and many others.
Solána’s music revolves around heartbreak, self-image, and sexuality. She also grabbed the attention of the public for her unique blend of R&B, soul and Neo-soul influence. Her premier mixtape, “See.SZA.Run” was released in 2012, her debut studio EP, “Z” was released in 2014 which brought her popularity but her studio album, “Ctrl” which was released in 2017 was her huge breakthrough as it earned her many Grammy nominations and global recognition.
She has won 39 awards from over 174 nominations including the American Music Award for Best R&B Female Artist in 2021, MTV Video Music Award for Best Art Direction in 2018, Soul Train Music Award for Album of the Year in 2017.