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Tango-house fusion “Eyes That Stare” released by Sophia Angelica

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On June 24th, Argentinean-American singer-songwriter Sophia Angelica released “Eyes That Stare” a tango-house fusion that features Nyke Van Wyk, one of the fastest fiddlers in the U.S.. The song was created in memory of her great-uncle Juan Carlos Rybin, one of the top 5 violinists in the world.

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“Eyes That Stare” was produced by Grammy-nominated and Billboard Award winner Napoles and Randy Wisky, and mastered by Grammy-Award winner Bernie Grundman (Prince, Michael Jackson).

With social media followers internationally and a unique bilingual flare, Sophia has now shared three pop singles off her album, including the relatable upbeat “Here I Am” and her Latin tropical song “Que Seria De Mi”.

“Her two newest singles, “Here I Am” and “Que sería de mi”, tackle heartbreak, love and relationships with her own unique bilingual flair”


“The empowerment ballad “Here I Am” and the upbeat love song “Que Sería de Mi” are part of her journey…colored with Latin-inspired sounds and an upbeat TikTok-ready vibe, to spread positivity and inspire others” –

NY Daily News

With many TV and festival appearances, she set out on her entertainment career at 6 years of age and made her debut on “Good Day New York” on FOX and “Dora the Explorer” on Nickelodeon.

Having performed around the world and as a global activist, she works closely with the United Nations and has travelled internationally to combat bullying and discrimination.

In March of 2018, Sophia, as lead speaker and performer, went on a University Human Rights Tour in Taiwan. Soon after, she received the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors “Breakthrough Artist Award,” and the prestigious “Presidential Volunteer Service Award” in Washington, D.C.

On a more personal note, Sophia wrote the song, “My Brother, Big Brother,” and created a national music awareness campaign for her brother who, at the time, needed a life-saving kidney transplant.

During the pandemic, Sophia collaborated with acclaimed producer, Juan Cristiani, on a healing song called, “Survivors”, with 29 musicians from around the world.

Now, along with her pop debut, Sophia has performed with her band and continues to do so in well-known venues and events across New York and the tri-state area, such as Duffy Square – Times Square, Yankee Stadium, The Meadowlands, The Stone Pony, Rockwood Music Hall, The Bowery Electric, the 116th Street Festival, Producer’s Club, and more.

Catch her next on a big stage in the middle of Times Square performing for Season 7 of Wonderama TV on July 27th!

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