Victoria Pope steps into the music arena with her debut single ‘Sunshine in
London’. An up-tempo funky house track about the innocence of youth and growing
up in her home town of London. The idea of the track was sprung by the song ‘I
Wish’ by none other that the master himself, Stevie Wonder.
Victoria and her Writer and Producer Rudy Roopchan penned and recorded the song
in 3 days, capturing the sense of nostalgia and those warm hearted memories they
both felt when they were younger.
“In the ever-changing music industry, it’s been a long time since I’ve heard the
simplicity of a simple song without it being shrouded with over processed
effects and meaningless words. This is indeed a charming song and in my humble
opinion, one we all deserve”. - Michael Adams - The Solution Group
If you just close your eyes while listening to Victoria’s vocals, it’s easy to
hear that there’s more to this lass than meets the ear! With her distinctive
soulful overtones that can almost sound quite ‘indie’ at times, this separates
her from the standard size ‘radio sound’ vocal which is quite common through-out
With ‘Sunshine in London’ being one of 3 funky house releases this year, the
latest being a track titled 'Thug Lovin'. Inspired by the 1966 World Cup team
and is dedicated to them.