Kim Sozzi

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Kim Sozzi
Birth nameKim Marie Sozzi
Also known asKim Styles
Born1978 (age 41–42)[citation needed]
OriginLong Island, New York, United States
GenresElectronica, dance, dance-pop
Years active1999–present
Associated actsMYNT, Kylie Minogue
WebsiteOfficial website

Kim Sozzi (born 1978) is an American dance-pop singer from Long Island, New York.

Personal life[edit]

Sozzi grew up on Long Island. She is of Italian and Puerto Rican descent.


Kim Sozzi's career began in 1999 when she signed a contract on Columbia Records for her first major album, Life Goes On. Her first single from the album was "Til I Cry You Out Of Me", followed by "Letting Go" which was the soundtrack for the TV show Dawson's Creek. Both singles were successful, but the album was shelved and never released. Another single, "Feelin' Me", was a popular dance track.

As part of the group MYNT, Kim Sozzi released the single "How Did You Know" followed by an album, Still Not Sorry, which featured Kim Sozzi on vocals on some tracks. Kim Sozzi later left the group to pursue her solo career.

Kim Sozzi signed with Ultra Records and released a new single, "Alone", a cover of the Heart song, and another single "Break Up" which achieved some success in the US and the UK. In 2008, she released "Like a Star". "Feel Your Love" was released at the end of 2008, becoming Kim Sozzi's most successful single, peaking at No. 1 on the Billboard Dance Airplay Chart. "Just One Day" was released on July 21, 2009, on Ultra Records.[1] She also made a song with Jim Johnston "You Can Look But You Can't Touch" for the WWE Divas Nikki and Brie, The Bella Twins, which is now solely attributed to Nikki.




  • 2011: EP 1
  • 2011: EP 2


Music videos[edit]

  • "Every 1's a Winner"
  • "Break Up"
  • "Feel Your Love"


  1. ^ "Ultra Records". Archived from the original on 2008-09-25. Retrieved 2009-12-10.
  2. ^ "Dance/EDM Future Releases". All Access Music Group. Archived from the original on 2014-07-04.

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