Mitchell Sozio

From Wikitia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Mitchell Sozio
Mitchell Sozio entrepreneur.jpg
Born (2003-10-27) October 27, 2003 (age 18)
Other namesM-SOZ
CitizenshipUnited States

Mitchell Kamin Sozio (born October 27, 2003) also known as M-SOZ is an American entrepreneur, music producer, content creator, and influencer. He is the founder of LittySneaks, a sneaker reselling company, and LittySneaks streetwear, a subsidiary of LittySneaks.[1] Sozio specializes in aerial photography and videography for Instagram and YouTube content.[2]

Sozio led the remote content creation and editing projects for correspondent Sydney Sadick on popular TV shows such as The Today Show, Inside Edition, NBC's New York Live, and FOX's Good Day New York. He also created branded content for the launch of Aim High: How to Style Your Life and Achieve Your Goals self-help book as well as video content for brands including Urban Outfitters, DryBar, Lalique, Conair, and others.[3]

Early life

Sozio was born on October 27, 2003 in New York City. From a young age, Sozio was interested in entrepreneurship and technology. When Sozio was 8 years old he appeared in the TV show Make Your Mark: The Ultimate Dance Off - Shake It Up Edition.


Sozio founded his first business, LittySneaks, a shoe reselling company when he was in middle school in 2016. He was successful in obtaining a United States Trademark for his firm name. Sozio soon became an industry leader, offering the newest sneakers as soon as they were released. As a result, he amassed a collection of the most sought-after shoes, and potential collectors began contacting him on a regular basis. Subsequently, he launched a subsidiary of his business - LittySneaks streetwear collection, an eCommerce store. In 2018, he modeled for the “Back to School Fashion” segment on ABC's The Jam Chicago.[4]

Sozio began transitioning to content development and video editing during the pandemic in the summer of 2020, training himself all of the necessary skills. He was in charge of work tasks for his sister, a fashion television personality. Sozio also oversaw programs such as The Today Show, Inside Edition, NBC's New York Live, and FOX's Good Day New York that required remote material creation and editing.

Sozio is also a certified drone pilot with expertise in Adobe Premiere Pro video editing software. He shoots aerial pictures and video footage for Instagram and YouTube on a daily basis. Mitchell works as an influencer for a variety of businesses, creating content ranging from static photographs to specialized video content that is pushed on his networks as well as by the brands themselves. AXE men's hair care, Crocs shoes, Journey's shoe store, and the FOX TV show NEXT are among them.[5]

In May 2022, Sozio expanded his brand into music production. He began producing electronic dance music under his stage name M-SOZ. His first single "Not Sorry" released on all major streaming platforms.[6][7]

In the media


  1. "Meet the 13-Year Old Selling Sneakers to Your Favorite Celebrities". Sole Collector. Retrieved 5 January 2022.
  2. Berlinger, Max; Berlinger, Max (18 March 2019). "Meet the Savvy Teens Who Are Turning Their Sneaker Obsessions into Big Dollars". Robb Report. Retrieved 5 January 2022.
  3. "Meet the Hamptons' Tween Tycoon!". Daily Front Row. 26 May 2017. Retrieved 5 January 2022.
  4. "Mitchell Sozio, Fashion - United States | Keepface". Keepface | Influencer Marketing Platform at Scale (in Türkçe). Retrieved 5 January 2022.
  5. "Meet the Savvy Teens Who Are Turning Their Sneaker Obsessions into Big Dollars". Retrieved 5 January 2022.
  6. "M-SOZ Showcases Skills with Newest Pop Record, 'Not Sorry'". EDM Sauce. 19 June 2022. Retrieved 29 June 2022.
  7. "M-SOZ". Spotify. Retrieved 29 June 2022.

External links