The sultry and soft tunes, yet diverse range delivered by Los Angeles native, Sophia Kapri (born August 27 1994) exhibits more than just the healing frequencies through her music, but exerts pain and power through her raps, poetry, and lyrics. Born in Glendale, California Kapri first developed her range singing to Tamia's "There's A Stranger in My House", Deborah Cox's "Nobody's Supposed To Be Here", Brandy's "Almost Doesn't Count", Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Aaliyah, Whitney Houston, and many other 80s and 90s artists at the age of 4 years old. Her father played a major role in her musical career surrounding her by Lenny Kravitz, Digable Planets, Tupac, and Prince while her mother grooved to Deniece Williams, Rose Royce, Frankie Smith, Mary J Blige, Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill, and Jill Scott.
During her high school talent show her sophomore year of high school back in 2011 is when Kapri developed a true passion and purpose in the world of music. It was the energy she experienced on stage behind the curtains of Glendale High School's auditorium of an excited and vibrant audience filled with friends, teachers, and parents that inspired her musical journey.
Throughout college as a track and field athlete, she always resulted back to music as a therapy and release from the ways of the world. Ever since she dropped out of college, her artistry in all forms has led her to her first EP album titled, "Light in the Dark" released May 22nd 2016 under Nothing Normal Records as the 1st Lady.