Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, 15-year-old, Nia Sioux Frazier has captivated audiences in almost every genre from dance to the Tinseltown screen and there in between, proving that she is definitely a superstar in the making!
Best known for being on Lifetime’s Dance Moms as a part of Abby Lee’s dance team, this talented teen has unquestionably gained a loyal following, spanning millions of fans on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and Musically.
As a child, Frazier suffered from Reflex Neurovascular Dystrophy, (RND), a painful disease that leads to severe joint and muscle pain. The condition left Frazier unable to walk for a period of time, converting her present dance career into nothing short of a miracle.
In her short fifteen years, Frazier has accomplished more than adults twice her age. She released her first single “Star In Your Own Life,” which has had over 10 million views on YouTube; she has starred off-Broadway in Trip of Love; and she has filmed her first movie, set to release in this summer, entitled Take 2 For Faith.
When Frazier is not busy, she loves to take care of her two rescue dogs and engage her fanbase on social media about how kids can be the “star” of their everyday lives through a weekly #RoleModelMonday series, where she recognizes those that are making changes in their communities. Frazier, is also a passionate advocate for raising awareness for RND, anti-bullying, anti-body shaming, and animal rights.
To follow Frazier’s journey on Instagram, click here. Let us know what you think of her new song, that is destined to be a hit.