Sophiegrophy’s ‘Rolls Royce’ blends genres for the ultimate club banger
Genre-bending artist Sophiegrophy has just dropped her catchy latest single, produced by Kwame.
The Nigerian born and New Zealand raised hip-hop artist has been praised for making huge strides in the underground club culture scene, as her unique sound combines elements of house, trap and new wave hip hop.
The song itself features some fire lyrics, with a combination of beats and chords that will have everyone on the dancefloor bopping along. It’s all about a gal being a total boss and I can guarantee that singing along will make you feel like one too.
‘Rolls Royce’ can also be seen as a snapshot of what’s to come from this fierce artist, functioning as a preview for Sophiegrophy’s new phase of creative music output.
Described as a leader of a new generation of music, she’s already boasting a slew of accomplishments including a feature in i-D magazine, a place in Spotify’s ‘Starting Point’ series with Acclaim and Complex AU, and sharing a stage with some of the biggest names in hip hop at Australia’s Rolling Loud festival.
With a drive to experiment that has received big attention all over, Sophiegrophy has already collaborated with some big names including Troye Sivan’s producer Jia Lih on ‘Caution’ and in Walker & Royce’s ‘All For The Gram’ and ‘My Own Thang’
Sophiegrophy is constantly pushing new ground in her music and is continuing to be a name that personifies the changing face of Australian hip-hop.
Words by IZZY STACKPOOL