Exclusive: Micah Willis releases new music, ‘Don’t Tell’

To end your week on the right note, (we meant to be punny), we’ve got an exclusive release to share with you from rising urban singer/songwriter Micah Willis! Playing music for as long as he can remember, Micah possesses talent that can only spawn from years of dedicated practice. The dynamic musician and actor releases his newest single today telling us,  

“‘Don’t Tell’ is about enjoying time with the person you’re with and living in the moment and creating memories that the whole world doesn’t need to know. Because they are yours. And they are special.”

Micah Willis

Be among the first to listen to the track here:

Written with The Voice contestant, Ryan Innes, and produced by Nate Pyfer (Kaskade, Sego, The Moth & The Flame).   

More About Micah:
Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, Willis began by playing harmonic with his dad, Kenny Neal, a professional blues musician. At eight years old, he became part of a children’s choir, which allowed him to experience performing in front of an audience. Shortly thereafter, Willis joined an after-school music program, for which he performed at venues across the country, including Carnegie Hall. 

Now splitting his time between Salt Lake City and L.A., Willis has grown into a highly respected singer, songwriter, musician and actor. Winning four Downbeat Magazine awards before graduating high school. Micah has worked and played with the likes of Neon Trees, James Valentine (Maroon 5), Steve Smith (Journey), and Jeff Coffin (Dave Matthews Band). He’s also appeared on the hit Disney TV show, Andi Mack

Influenced by everyone from Miguel and The Weeknd to Fleetwood Mac, Micah seamlessly blends elements of pop, funk, and hip-hop into his high-energy, crowd-pleasing performances. 

CONNECT WITH MICAH: INSTAGRAM // FACEBOOK // TWITTER 

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