Get to Know Daphne Willis with These 5 Never-Before-Heard Secrets!

Plus, listen to her new single “Dopamine” now.

Daphne Willis is more than just a one hit wonder.

After garnering over 14 MILLION views on Facebook with her viral single “Somebody’s Someone,” the singer/songwriter released an amazing follow-up earlier this month called “Dopamine.” The song has a groovy vibe with some powerful lyrics.

“‘Dopamine’ is about finding life’s inspiration and passion through love,” Willis tells AXS. “It’s about my journey from self-medication to self-love and it’s about the beauty and strength of vulnerability.”

Listen to it below..

Collaborating across multiple genres ranging from Roots-Rock and Pop to Hip Hop and Electronic Dance Music, classifying Daphne Willis in musical terms is no easy task. With infectious melodies delivered with lyrical precision and honesty, the songs and performances of Willis are sincere, compelling and relevant.

Raised in Chicago and relocated now to Nashville, Willis cites influences as varied as Elvis Costello and Michael Jackson, but her musical output cleverly incorporates such inspirations into a style that is refreshing and contemporary in a way that suits her songs best.

Celeb Secrets caught up with Daphne Willis recently to talk about our specialty — secrets. Check out five secrets about her below and make sure to give her a like on Facebook at @daphnewilismusic.

1. I talk in my sleep with my eyes open. 

2. I’m allergic to high quantities sodium. 

3. My go-to Karaoke song is “Bright Eyes.“ 

4. I’m obsessed with brussel sprouts and eat them almost everyday (even on the road).

5. I chew gum while I sing on stage (Trident Layers to be specific). 

Written by Juliet Schroder

Juliet is the founder and executive producer/host of Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. When not reporting on the latest news in pop culture and country music, she enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, and exploring the latest fashion trends.

Juliet holds a B.S. in marketing from St. John's University.