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SOPHIE

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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Sophie Xeon (September 17, 1986 – January 30, 2021), mononymously known by her stage name Sophie (stylized in all caps), was a Scottish producer and singer-songwriter who worked in Los Angeles and lived in Greece. She came to prominence in 2013 with her single "Bipp"/"Elle" and released "Lemonade"/"Hard" the following year. She worked closely with artists from the PC Music label and produced for acts including Charli XCX, Liz, Le1f, QT, Madonna, Namie Amuro and Vince Staples. Sophie's music has been described as a "hyperkinetic" take on pop music and typically features high-pitched female vocals and an attention to synthesized electronic textures. Her debut compilation album Product was released on November 27th, 2015. Her debut studio album Oil of Every Pearl's Un-Insides was released on June 15th, 2018. She died on January 30th, 2021, following an accident in Athens, Greece.

Other acts with this name include:
1) Elena Ferretti (b. 1960), an italo-disco/Eurobeat singer who used the name Sophie for several releases, including My World and Tales To Tell.

2) Arlette Hecquet (b. 1944), who released six EPs in the 1960s under the moniker Sophie before retiring in 1975.
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