16-year-old Sofia Evangelina has released a pop classic with ‘This Is Your Song’. A track which is reminiscent of early Christina Aguilera.
The song which is helping young Sofia break into the global pop scene has given Sofia the edge required to compete with some of the world’s greatest pop stars. 2019 is already looking like it’s going to be an exciting year for pop music and Sofia Evangelina is sure to be up there with pops leading names as we progress well into the new year.
Firstly, her powerful vocals cut deep and deliver her courageous message clearly that the listener has ‘The Power’. A truly emotive vocal performance from Sofia helps translate her underlying message vividly that you can ‘make your dreams a reality’.
This is not Sofia’s first release and although it is hard to believe, she has already a full album under her belt. She previously went into the studio to record a collection of pop classics. Her previous album ‘Butterfly’ included some of the world’s biggest songs including Hello By Lionel Richie and Fix You by Coldplay plus many more.
Sofia Evangelina has set off, and she has hit the ground running with this powerful release. You can listen to this release on Spotify. You can keep up with Sofia through her Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube channels.
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