The winner from the 2007 Prix Constantin award, Daphné is a France pop singer with an alternative solution style sometimes likened to Kate Bush, Camille, or Björk. Blessed in Clermont-Ferrand, Puy-de-Dôme, France, she produced her full-length record debut in 2005 with L’Émeraude over the label V2 Music. Interweaving orchestral agreements with digital flourishes and trip-hop beats, L’Émeraude was a humble achievement, spawning the one “L’Insoumise” and achieving number 115 for the French albums graph. The follow-up record, Carmin (2007), was a very much greater achievement for Daphné, specifically with regards to critical acclaim. Even more musically organic than her initial album, Carmin spawned a few singles (“Musicamor,” “La Petit Navire”) and reached amount 101 for the French album graphs, where it logged 22 weeks during the period of 2007-2008. The industrial achievement of Carmin was bolstered by its ample critical acclaim, specifically the 2007 Prix Constantin, which can be honored in France to the very best album by a fresh artist.