Sofia J’s new cd is called “Happy to Be Me” and I had an opportunity to listen to it yesterday. She has a beautiful, strong, and unique voice – I honestly can’t compare it to anyone’s. There’s an uplifting, positive, self-confident stride to her music that’s also hard to find a comparison for.
Can you say refreshing?! I mean, it seems like every other song by a female – whether it’s pop, country, rock, rap, blues – is about one of the following:
- He did me wrong, so now I’m going to break out my can of whoop ass on his car.
- He did me really wrong, so now I’m going to meet him at the door with a gun.
- I’m crying because he doesn’t love me.
- I’m beating someone up tonight.
So much negativity. So much anger. Why in the world are these girls so mad?!?!
I popped in my Sofia J cd yesterday when I took off for the store. I took the long way, so I could enjoy every song. I loved the cd (and EVERY song) so much, I took the long way back home. Sofia’s music makes you feel good, and if that’s not the best thing that can be said about a cd, I don’t know what is.
More About Sofia J
Sofia J, who was born in New York City, released her CD, “Happy To Be Me”, in August 2008. The highly catchy title track, “A Taste (The LaLa Song)” was selected for Gossip Girl, One Tree Hill, and a new ABC Family show, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.”
Another one of Sofia J’s songs, “Do You Believe In Me Now,” is featured as the theme for MTV’s Emmy Award-winning television show, MADE. Sofia J once performed the National Anthem at Madison Square Garden (for high-profile NY Knicks game) to a standing ovation. She is also a highly respected songwriter and a recipient of the Abe Oleman scholarship for Excellence in Songwriting.
You can read more about Sofia J on her website, Sofia J.com.