Grammy Award-nominated Sophie Dies, Aged 34
(CNN) – Experimental pop artist and producer Sophie Zion, better known as SOPHIE, died in a “horrific accident” Saturday morning at the age of 34, according to a statement from record label Transgressive.
Tragically, the beautiful Sophie passed away this morning after a terrible accident. According to the statement posted on Twitter, according to his spirituality, he ascended to see the full moon and slipped and fell.
The artist said in a statement that Sophie died at her home in Athens, the Greek capital, at 4 am.
Sophie, a Glasgow-born transgender rights activist, worked with Madonna in 2015 to co-produce the single “Bitch, I’m Madonna” and collaborated with Charli XCX on the Vroom Vroom EP.
SOPHIE’s debut album of 2018, “Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides,” earned a Grammy nomination for Best Electronic Dance Album.
“Sophie has been a pioneer in New Voice, one of the most influential artists of the past decade,” the publicity statement read.
“Not only because of the ingenious production and creativity, but also because of the mission and vision achieved. Icon Editing.”
The late artist was praised by several artists, including British singer-songwriter Sam Smith, who posted on Twitter: “Heartbreaking news.” The world has lost an angel. A true vision and an icon for our generation.
French pop artist Christine and the Queens described SOPHIE as “an excellent producer, visionary, reference”.
DJ and producer Errol Alcan tweeted: “Very sad news to hear Sophie pass away.”
The SOPHIE publicist demanded privacy for the family and respect for the product’s fan base.
In an interview with the electronic magazine paper In June 2018, Sophie spoke about being trans. “For me, transsexuals are in control so that your body is more in line with your soul and your soul, so that the two of you don’t quarrel with each other and fight for survival,” the artist said.
“On this earth, you can get closer to feeling your true essence without social pressure from having to perform some traditional gender-based roles. This means that you are not a mother or a father, you are an individual who looks at and feels the world. In a way, I feel more human. And universal.