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  • Melina Darlas

"Little Things" - Sophia Grace

It really is the little things in life that make us the happiest. Sometimes receiving a simple "I love you" text makes us feel more loved and happier than receiving a new phone. In Sophia Grace's new single "Little Things," she blends heartfelt lyricism about those golden moments in life with a cheerful melody to create this upbeat piece. In her song, Sophia reveals that she can't be won over with "fancy clothes" and "expensive cars." She would much prefer for a guy to give her quality time and their undivided attention, the real gifts of love.

The message of this piece blends beautifully with the melody. Sophia sings about what she truly desires from a relationship, and pairs this idea with a melody that's sure to brighten you up. The message of this song really is powerful and touches on a topic that is so relevant to today's culture. In today's times, it's so easy to allow materialism to take over. This leads people to tie their self-worth to the number of expensive items they own. With this mindset, it becomes a challenge to show gratitude for the simple pleasures that life has to offer. Sophia gives us a good reminder that material items really are not a measure of anyone's happiness. Pursuing smaller, intangible joys is so much more meaningful.

Sophia Grace first gained popularity by posting a cover to Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" with her cousin Rosie in 2011. In the years following, she released singles such as "Girls Just Gotta Have Fun," "Best Friends" (which found a place on the Billboard Hot 100), and "Girl in the Mirror." Sophia and her cousin had "Tea Time with Sophia Grace & Rosie" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where she got to interview celebrities such as Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift. She also starred in her own movie alongside her cousin Rosie in Sophia Grace & Rosie's Royal Adventure. Sophia has been very successful in the entertainment industry and continues to prove that statement with each new content release.

Written By Melina Darlas



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