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SoKo (born Stéphanie Sokolinski) is a French singer and actress. She was born in Bordeaux in France to a Polish family and has been called Soko as far back as she can remember.

In 2007 she got a big hit in Denmark with her song I'll Kill Her after the radio program The Black Boy Scouts started hyping the song. The song reached number one on the chart of the Danish version of the iTunes Store and was the number one song in rotation on radio. The song is also a hit in Australia, being played on high rotation on Triple J radio (where it placed number nine in Triple J Hottest 100 2007 music poll), in Belgium being played by Studio Brussel and Radio 1, and in The Netherlands, being picked up by 3FM radio station. In October 2007 her music was featured in Stella McCartney’s fashion show in Paris.

She still has not put out a full album but only the five song EP Not Sokute, but nevertheless has had sold out concerts in Denmark.





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