Sophia Scott is a country-influenced pop artist with an unapologetic honesty to her lyrics that is vulnerable and wonderfully relatable. As music continues to test the limits, bend genres, and celebrate unconventional collaborations, Sophia applauds this shift and establishes herself as an artist with an edgy new twist on country/pop music. Born in Boulder, Colorado, Sophia grew up on classic rock, R&B, and country/soul. She developed an admiration for the likes of James Taylor, Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, and Fleetwood Mac just as much as Mariah Carey, TLC, and Toni Braxton. However, she recalls the first time she heard the album Come On Over by Shania Twain as the moment she knew she would sing country music one day.
Sophia Started gaining traction by posting YouTube covers that she would record in her bedroom with just a guitar and a mic. Her followers consistently demanded her on delivering a strong and effortless vocal, drawing comparisons to Carrie Underwood. Her powerful cover of Rihanna's "Love On The Brain" has over 1 million views and her bluesy cover of Chris Stapleton's "Tennessee Whiskey" has been picked up by almost every major country blog. While grabbing a guitar and belting out a cover is still her favorite party trick, Sophia is ready to establish herself as a story teller with an inventive, fresh sound. The new singles "Closure" and "I Ain't Me Without You" show off the subtle twang, pop hooks, and hints of R&B swag that make Sophia stand out. Sophia has plans to release new music very soon. Stay tuned.
"The more I pay attention, the more I recognize signs from the universe. Every piece of music, every new song, is another product of that inspiration and will continue to build my story."