Who is Sophie Xeon? Sophie Xeon Bio/Wiki
Sophie Xeon, best known as Sophie, was a Scottish musician, record producer, singer, songwriter, and DJ. He was born on 17 September 1986 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Known for her brash and “hyperkinetic” pop music, she collaborated closely with the PC Music label artists such as A.G. Cook and Vince Staples, Kim Petras, Madonna, and more.
Sophie died after an accident at 4 AM local time at her home in Athens, Greece, on 30 January 2021. According to her UK label, Transgressive, the artist slipped and plunged to her death while climbing to watch the full moon.
— David Mate (@DavidEMateD) January 30, 2021
She was 34 years old.
Sophie Xeon Gender
Sophie, who stayed anonymous initially and later came out as a trans woman.
Sophie Xeon’s recent net worth is unknown, she was worth $46 million at the age of 32, according to IMDb and Forbes.
In a band called Motherland, Sophie launched her adult music career and later collaborated on a series of performance works with her bandmate Matthew Lutz-Kinoy.
In 2011, the Dutch team Freudenthal/Verhagen created the short film Dear Mr/Mrs.
After experiencing Dux Kidz, a collaboration between A, Sophie became associated with artists affiliated with the PC Music label. Danny L Harle and G. Cook.
In July 2019, as part of an exclusive 3-CD package including the original Oil of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides album as well as a clutch bag featuring its artwork, the aforementioned remix album was released.
On 29 July, the remix album was later released on YouTube as two videos.
According to a statement from the musician’s record label Transgressive, she died in a “terrible accident” on Saturday morning, aged 34.
A statement published on Twitter said, “Tragically our beautiful Sophie passed away this morning after a terrible accident. True to her spirituality she had climbed up to watch the full moon and slipped and fell,”
i write a poem p much every day and today sitting down to write i didn’t feel like i could write about anything else
this poem is dedicated to the Sophie Xeon. pic.twitter.com/pMlmOgbsfJ
— hurricane becca (the sullen girl) (@beccafang) January 30, 2021
I just want to wake up from this pretend world and know that you are still here with us, we will never forget you. thank you for everything, for your music, for your art, for your vision. We need you, but you always be with us 💜 #rip #sophiexeon pic.twitter.com/3MGHpbl7V5
— moody jos (@jooossse) January 30, 2021