Siya and Kirko Bangz slow things down for a sultry new track titled "Houston Girls." The New York spitta recruits the former XXL Freshman and H-town native for a banger that finds them crooning about the women from Magnolia City. "I heard about them girls out in Houston/The ones down to ride, they don't ever switch sides," sings Siya on the hook. The record is produced by Foreign Teck of The Mekanics.

"Houston Girls" is the latest single from Siya's upcoming project 383 - For Roosevelt. The forthcoming LP drops on July 28. The previous single was "Your Choice," a more boisterous record that shows off Siya's lyrical ability.

The former Sisterhood of Hip-Hop star signed to Tank’s R&B Money imprint and has been putting in work. In 2016 she dropped her debut album SIYAvsSIYA and earlier this year she released her Commitment EP on Valentine’s Day.

The Brooklyn native is also making waves in acting. She signed to United Talent Agency (UTA) for representation in both film and music spheres. She is currently co-starring in the Flavor Unit-produced Deuces movie with Larenz Tate and Meagan Good.

Listen to "Houston Girls" below.

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