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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.

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“Plead The Fifth” is a special EP that I wrote and produced for summer 2021 release. It focuses on our collective vulnerability as a people living in the 21st century.  We are seeing an increasingly complex world around us with technology playing a role we are yet to fully grasp.  As our material living standards continue to improve and as globalisation builds an increasingly connected and technological society, we are struggling to match this with social and individual growth, and we are watching many fundamental values slowly being erased and our world sink into environmental catastrophe.  We celebrate superficiality and pretentiousness while allowing ourselves to be manipulated; hatred and discrimination seem to be spreading; wealth has become the most important metric of success; and as everyone wants to shout their story, nobody takes time to listen anymore.  Against this backdrop, we retain our fundamental struggles as we search for love, success, and acceptance, and despite all the chaos, much of what makes us human is still shared across generations and borders.  “Plead the Fifth” concedes these difficulties we face, and without judgement accepts that this is a world we have built ourselves.  And by extension, “Plead the Fifth” tells us we shouldn’t let anyone judge us, and we definitely shouldn’t judge ourselves – if things are not working quite as they should, it might be because the world is a little crazy.  The EP empowers and frees the individual: Don’t let negative people drag you down and call them out when they do because they don’t have an edge over you; stick to your goals and aspirations, whatever they may be, and take time to enjoy the beauty around you, and accept your failures and mistakes for what they are, without anyone taking you down for them.  Overall, “Plead the Fifth” concedes that it is not easy being human.  Despite all that, life is something to be celebrated and we should make the most of it.