The 'Number One Enemy' singer claimed that she can still lead a relatively normal life.
"I haven't really been phased by it, I feel like I'm in the real world. My family and friends still treat me the same, and always will," she told Digital Spy.
"What I'm representing with my music is a part of me, but I've also got myself, which is really important to me."
The 16-year-old revealed that she enjoys going to celebrity parties, but also relishes spending time with her friends.
"I think it's fun to go and hang out with other people who are doing music, but not just for the sake of fame or something. I'm not fussed about being photographed at all the cool parties," she said.
"I'm only just coming out really, and it's really exciting. I still do my own thing, I love it when my mates come round to my flat in London and we just listen to old records."
Daisy Dares You recently dismissed any comparisons with fellow Essex singer Pixie Lott.