Sofie Dossi is totally torn to pieces with “Bunny”

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Upbeat, heartbreaking yet full of attitude!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Sofie Dossi is no stranger to success.

From the age of 12, when she discovered her talent as a contortionist, Sofie has worked continuously to pursue her passion for artistry. She first got her start on Season 11 of America’s Got Talent – a show she never planned to audition for – becoming both a finalist and Golden Buzzer recipient.

Shortly after her television success,
Sofie launched her lifestyle YouTube channel…

which has gathered over 1.6 Billion Views and 6.5 million subscribers – where she shares quirky content with her friends and family. Alongside her TikTok following, which has grown to over 11 million, Sofie has generated over 500 videos clearing 1 million views each, and gathered champions at People Magazine, Refinery29, Tiger Beat, Good Housekeeping, and Ellen. 

Told from the perspective of an unbroken woman, climbing from the wreckage of and looking to avenge the loss of her first love, “Bunny” is deceptively brisk and upbeat, smudging the lines of genre, creating an atmosphere that is both shimmering and menacing, sometimes simultaneously.

The debut single, which was written and produced, and co-written by her brother and longtime collaborator Zak Dossi, follows the blueprint that propelled Dossi into a celebrity – versatility, adaptability, and flexibility (quite literally) – and highlights the creative chemistry shared by the sibling duo. Sofie credits Zak with her passion for music.

Start streaming “Bunny” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

One of her most cherished memories recalls the young pair, who had just started music lessons, regularly meeting at the piano and competing in duets. Zak, the older of the two, was always naturally gifted at music and would go on to study music and production in college. As a result, Sofie found herself working harder than she otherwise might have, striving to be great enough to play alongside him. Now, years later, she’s thankful to be playing with him.

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