“Making waves with her own brand of main-character energy.” – NOTION

“…brazen and bold.” – BBC 1XTRA’s Seani B

DEJA, a dynamic and driven performer, is embracing her autonomy and striving to challenge the conventions of the music industry. Following the triumph of her previous release, “ONE,” which was accompanied by a visually stunning music video that debuted on Wonderland Magazine, the enterprising artist returns with her latest offering, “Gagged (Look Good),” and it is nothing short of a musical tour de force.

DEJA’s latest release, “Gagged (Look Good),” is a testament to her exceptional musical prowess and innovation. The track showcases DEJA’s unparalleled ability to seamlessly fuse pop and dance elements to produce a distinctive sound that distinguishes her from her peers. The song’s dynamic beat is irresistibly infectious, and DEJA’s mesmerizing vocal delivery and lyrics, which exude a playful yet empowering tone, further amplify its overall appeal. DEJA’s musical versatility and creativity are truly at the forefront in “Gagged (Look Good).”

Of the track, DEJA said, “My music is a manifestation. As confident as I am, sometimes I need a lift. And if I need it somebody else will too. “Gagged” is a big and bouncy party vibe for my girls, guys and gays to get those confidence levels back TF up. I had to reference ‘Boom Boom Bah’ in this one so you already know the vibes will be immaculate.”

With its undeniable charisma, “Gagged (Look Good)” is set to make a formidable impression on both traditional and digital music platforms, as its compelling allure captures audiences and cements its position as a chart-topping sensation. As a rising star in the music scene, DEJA’s ability to craft genre-defying tracks like this one speaks to her unique talent and promising future. With her distinctive afro-infused pop sound, she continues to carve out a space for herself in the current soundscape and fills a void for an unapologetically bold, black pop powerhouse emerging from the UK music scene.

DEJA’s talent and potential have not gone unnoticed, as she has been extensively championed by press outlets such as Ones To Watch, Clash, Notion, Complex, 1883 Magazine, Trench, Wonderland Magazine, Evening Standard, Guap, and Noctis Magazine, among others. She has also received passionate support from BBC Introducing London and BBC Radio 1xtra, and her forthcoming exclusive feature on Euphoria Magazine is further proof that she is a rising star to watch out for. It’s only a matter of time before we hear DEJA dominating national airwaves once again.


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