If the name Drew Sidora sounds familiar it should, because she was on the hit sitcom “The Game” and played a major role in the big Derwin/Melanie break-up. She has also played in countless roles on television and not to mention on the big screen. Something you also might not know about her is that she is really a singer, as portrayed in her role on “The Game.”

In December 2008, Drew signed a recording contract with Slip-N-Side Records, which is home to hip-hop heavyweights Rick Ross, Trina and Plies, and Drew is the very first female pop act in the history of the independent Miami-based label. Now, in 2010, Drew Sidora is gearing up for the release of her debut album this fall and is now promoting one of the album’s lead singles “Juke It,” an infectious pop dance anthem that honors the culture and movement created in her hometown of Chicago.

In our exclusive interview with Ms. Sidora, we discuss a range of topics including her beginnings in music, her musical influences, which character on “The Game” she feels like she identifies the most with and more! We also touched a bit on her new album and what she’s looking for in a man. For more on Drew Sidora, check out our exclusive interview below!


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