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Music has always been a dominant fixture in Dheepa’s life and can be traced far back to her family roots; her grandmother was a professional Hindustani singer in India. At an early age, she moved from her birthplace in Vancouver, Canada, to Dallas, TX, and began studying Indian and Western Classical music before her teenage years. She continued her studies and vocal performance throughout high school and later in greater depth during college at Southern Methodist University.


A parallel professional pursuit led Dheepa to New York City in the early 2000s for several years and then Los Angeles, CA. Following her move to the West Coast, she established herself within the local music scene and gained experience leading her own group with the help of renowned bassist, composer, and educator Rob Kohler. She released her first recording in 2010 entitled, On 4th Street, followed by her second album, Some New Fashion, the following year. In 2012, Dheepa relocated back to New York City, where she quickly immersed herself within the city’s busy music scene and performed in renowned venues such as Rockwood Music Hall. In 2015, she partnered with pianist and arranger Lars Potteiger to record her third album, Patchwork, produced by Aaron Nevezie.


Dheepa’s 2022 release, Good Intentions, is somewhat of a departure from her earlier Jazz-influenced recordings and embraces a more contemporary and soulful feel. For the recording, she paired with renowned Brazilian producer and guitarist Sandro Albert and assembled a band of top New York session musicians to bring her many original compositions to life. Most recently (August 2023), Dheepa released a new album of cover songs as part of her summer Cover Series entitled Light of Day. The project includes tracks "Inside Out," "Hang On To Your Love," "Use Me," and others.

In her latest album, released on April 5, 2024, "Inner Flame," Dheepa takes us on a 12-track journey through the depths of human experience. From the anthemic "Warrior Within," dedicated to a friend facing adversity, to the infectious "Pardon the Past," born from the ashes of a broken relationship, every track is a testament to Dheepa's emotive storytelling and the power of her lyrics to touch our hearts.​ The album stands as a testament to her artistic evolution and unwavering commitment to her craft, as she continues to carve her path in the music industry.

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