Her proposal has been, since its inception, a fusion of urban genres. She does not want to be pigeonholed and her lyrics, she says, are the answer to the songs of this same style, which speak of women as objects.
The singer from Guayaquil Sophy Mell sounds in the music scene with a new song entitled Tun Tun, in which she was invited by the Argentine artist Marko Silva to collaborate in this production, which premiered in November.
The single has the production of Ovy on the drums and has a video made by the 36 Grados production company that was filmed in Medellín (Colombia), in July 2018.
“The song is about a break and what happens at that moment, between the spite and the resignation between both parties, when they still keep in touch, but they know they will not come back,” Sophy elaborates on this theme based on reggaeton and cumbia.
With Tun Tun’s video, she says, she has managed to be ranked 39th on the Billboard list in Argentina.
Sophy also tells that in January she premiered on digital platforms the song Tamo vivo, a trap of her authorship, the third one she presents in her career that began in 2015, with Ni diabla or santa.
The single wrote it together with the Dominican Naples, which expresses a feeling of liberation. “This song is an expression of what has happened to me since I started in music,” she adds.
Sophy plans to present an album, with eleven tracks, a production that has taken around two years and that will possibly be named after her debut single. (E)