The multi-dimensional and multi-talented Sophie Simmons is far more than the daughter of rock royalty. "First and foremost I'm a musical artist," she shared, but second, third, and fourth she's a philanthropist, actress, and model. The 25-year old Los Angeles native recently blessed Baeble Music HQ with three angelically dark singles, beginning with "Black Mirror", which she confirmed is indeed inspired by the show that terrifies us all about the future of technology. After performing the song, Simmons dished her thoughts on the show and why she decided to musically illustrate society's bad romance with social media and technology. In case you missed the Black Mirror craze, Simmons reminds us, "The title 'Black Mirror' is when your screen is off and it's just black, and you can see your reflection in it." Simmons follows "Black Mirror" with "If I could" and concludes the session with "Red Eye," both of which ooze with love and heartbreak.
In addition to music, Simmons touched on some of her other work in the realm of philanthropy. "My parents really inspired me to do or at least try everything that I could, they didn't want to limit my brother and I to just doing one thing so they were adamant that we try everything that we're passionate about" she explained. Simmons talked to us about Sophie's Place, the center she helped develop in Vancouver, B.C. for child and youth advocacy. The center is intended to give children who have experienced trauma a safe space to share their story.
After checking out Sophie Simmons' Baeble session we're sure you'll want more...don't worry, she confirmed that we can expect more music in the future.
Sophie Simmons puts intensive work and dedication into everything she does, turning anything she touches into gold. The now 25-year old got her start in the spotlight at the age of 11 as a star on the hit reality TV show, Gene Simmons: Family Jewels. Since then, she has used her position to advance her career in acting. In that time she also acquired a love for giving back, so she founded her very own Vancouver, BC based center for abused children called Sophies Place. With this impressive resume behind her, she has her eyes set on her burgeoning singing career, kicking off with her new alt-pop smash, Black Mirror.