Sofia Karlberg drops new EP ‘Hold My Love’, a heartfelt exploration of love, passion and music.

Sofia Karlberg is a Swedish/Moroccan musician whose music lays everything on the table. Back with a new project, EP ‘Hold My Love’, the artist demonstrates her desire to push her own boundaries, whilst bringing listeners vulnerable relatability.


Karlberg started gaining notoriety through her reinterpretations of songs such as Beyoncé’s “Crazy in Love” and “Paris” by Notion 91 cover stars the Chainsmokers. Amassing a hugely impressive two million subscribers on YouTube, she made the shift to her own originals in 2019 with the release of EP ‘Spotless Mind’. Racking up over 1.5 billion streams since then, it’s clear that Sofia is striking an international chord.


‘Hold My Love’ is a mission of self-discovery, an EP that allows the artist to open up about her own life story. Representing her own experiences, Sofia recently moved from her Swedish hometown to Berlin. Reflected in her music, Sofia describes: “I wanted to invite all the different parts of my new city into this EP, the darkness, the fun, the love but mainly the diversity. It’s such a weird and unique city with plenty room for everyone to be themselves in and I hope that this collection of songs can give you just that feeling, that there’s something for everyone, and that you’re all welcome into my world.”

Stream ‘Hold My Love’ below:

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