“Get It’, the new six-song EP by Nashville-based Daphne Willis is her boldest effort yet as she breaks new ground in the field of Indie-Pop. The EP features the single, “Done with Being Done,” a crossover (pop/rock-rap) hit co-written with Meghan Trainor and produced by Chris Gelbuda.
In June, 2015, Willis was signed to a publishing deal with Sony ATV and has been writing extensively for major artists, films, TV, and commercials. “Get It” is the product of years of co-writing sessions, her most frequently used creative process, and she is among the most sought after co-writers in Nashville.
After recording two albums for Vanguard Records (L.A.), Willis chose the independent route. She has since released a third full-length CD, “Live to Try”, largely co-written with John Oates (Hall & Oates), who also appears on the album and has said:
“Daphne Willis has a voice that you can't deny and will blow your mind...” –John Oates
Born in San Antonio, Willis grew up in Chicago and began singing at a very young age, starting to perform extensively in 2007 while a student at Depaul University. She performs live on a regular basis all over the country, and is a sound you don’t want to miss