The cause of Sophie Zion’s tragic death has been revealed.
Grammy nominated musician and producer He died at the age of 34 in a “terrible accident” While she was living in Athens, Greece.
The Scottish artist, who was also known as SOPHIE, declared she “slipped and fell” while climbing to “watch the full moon,” according to record company Transgressive on Monday. Twitter.
They said in a statement: “Unfortunately beautiful Sophie passed away this morning after a terrible accident.
Faithful to her spirituality, she went up to see the full moon and slipped and fell by mistake.
“You will always be with us. The family thanks everyone for their love and support, and they seek privacy in this devastating time.”
Sophie, who appeared as a transgender woman in the 2017 music video It’s Okay To Cry, has worked with artists including Madonna and Charlie XCX throughout her career.
Speaking of being transgender, she said in 2018: “This means that there is no longer an expectation based on the body you were born into, or how your life should go and how it should end.
“Traditional family models and structures of control are disappearing.
“Transness controls making your body more in tune with your soul and your soul so that the two of you don’t fight against each other and struggle for survival.”
A group of musicians took to Twitter to honor her after the tragic news.
Kristen and Queens said, “She rebelled against the narrow normative society by being an absolute triumph, as an artist and as a woman.
“I can’t believe she’s gone. We need to honor and respect her memory and her legacy. We cherish the pioneers.”
Sophie was born in Glasgow and started a DJ career before releasing her first single in 2013.
It was produced for Charlie XCX and Madonna before returning to solo with the track and video in which she revealed that she is transgender.
She released her first and only album in 2018 and was nominated for a Grammy Award.
Her newest single, UNISIL, was released just two days before her untimely death.