Combining her athleticism with her love for music, professional figure skater, dancer, and singer Sofia Martynova is here to make you forget all your problems with a catchy new melody called Flexy, a song exemplifying the colourful sound and optimism displayed in this young artist’s catalogue.
Sofia Martynova – Flexy
Based in Switzerland, Sofia started studying music when she was five years old, however, her first glimpses of notoriety came thanks to her ice skating videos, which became viral through Instagram. Always looking to learn more and keep evolving as an artist, Sofia is currently studying Musicology & Theatre Science at the University of Bern.
But Sofia’s success is not only related to ice skating, her first two tracks, ‘Diva’ and ‘Dance Queen’ have amassed thousands of streams and views on Spotify and YouTube respectively. While the tune Let’s Go Party was included in Spotify’s New Music Friday Switzerland and Swiss Made.
All these accolades seemed destined to repeat with her first offering of the year Flexy, a fun and stimulating pop melody that Sofia hopes will spread positivity and good vibes among her listeners.
The track benefits from an infectious electronic beat and danceable grooves, being one of the most energized tunes released by this singer so far, thanks to the irresistible production arrangements that alternate between pop and EDM marvellously. Due to its accessibility, this is a melody with the words “radio friendly” written all over it.
“Flexy is a joyful musical invitation to a good time.”
Aside from this lively music piece, Sofia also premiered an official video for this single, where we can appreciate her mind-boggling talent as a dancer and figure skater, confirming that this uprising performer is the definition of a multi-faceted artist.
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