Dejhare (pronounce deɪ-Jhar) is first and foremost a dreamer. She imagines the world through a lens of the possible, and her life experiences speak of that trajectory of always heading for the sky. Not one to be easily categorised or defined, Dejhare has always been drawn to creativity and self-expression. She loves the idea of using music as a canvas on which to draw our life stories and on which to share the happiness, the hopes and the frustrations of our shared humanity. Using her experiences, she paints a picture of the dreams, longings, memories and joys that we all share.
Dejhare's vision is to use her music to reach out to people on a very personal level. She wants to give a positive, meaningful and grounded message to her audience, as well as to share a meaningful and selfless narrative about our lives. She believes that music can unite us; music can heal us; and music can bring hope and a voice to us all. Through music, we can hear the voices of the silent and listen to the stories of the unheard. And through music, we can find common ground in a world that can be so cruel and divisive. Because whatever our beliefs and aspirations, we all share common desires – to love and to be loved, to succeed in what we do, and to matter.
Do what you gotta do
“Do What You Gotta Do” speaks about our shared experience through the COVID-19 pandemic. While we struggle to make sense of the chaos surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, and as more and more of us start to suffer pandemic fatigue, Dejhare reminds us that we all know the rules, and as much as we may be getting to our wits end, we just have to do what we have to do. And through all this, we have to stay positive and kind, as we wait for the pandemic to pass. The song is uplifting and easy to connect to, and deserves your attention. It is the perfect anthem to lift our spirits during this pandemic, and a great way to wrap up the year 2020.
LONG TIME NO SEE
Long Time No See is an unplanned release that was written after Christmas 2020 when I found myself longing for the people I Iove and care about who I have not seen for a long time. The feeling was particularly acute during this festive season because of the lockdowns and the travel restrictions so many of us are under. I feel that many of us can relate to this song as we spend time away from loved ones and as we are unable to see them because of the crisis we are living through now. I am releasing this track as a New Year bonus track to say thank you to my audience and as a special way of me sending my love and wishing the best to everyone. May 2021 be a joyful, happier and healthier year for us all. Take care!