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Tara Jam is a True Star in her Second Single & Music Video “Invade My Space”

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Letting no time go to waste, Tara Jam has burst into the scene over the past couple of months with her debut single “Motion Sickness,” which was supported by an eye-catching music video, and is now ready to make the next step in her buzzing career with “Invade My Space.” Tara means “star,” and the rising artist definitely is one, as her debut single, filled with trap-inspired percussion and a stunning vocal performance, amassed over 500k views on YouTube and over 300k streams on Spotify. 

“Invade My Space” showcases Tara Jam’s artistic and creative versatility, as well as her skills as a director and photographer, as she shot and creative-directed the tasteful artwork herself. The dark-pop single is filled with analog-sounding synths and minimalistic drums, that create the perfect space for Tara Jam’s vocal performance to shine. The song also has a really interesting story behind it, as Tara Jam explains: 

“Invade My Space” is a song about emotional, physical, and psychological space needed from oneself or another figure—I want it to be open to interpretation. I wrote this song while crammed at the back of a van in rural Nepal on my way to Kathmandu city from The Hospital and Rehabilitation Center for Disabled Children (HRDC) (I highly recommend checking out the inspiring work they do). On that trip, I was able to find space in the hollowness of the intermountain basins and valleys from the swarming streets of the densely populated capital. This range of landscape and environment allowed me to discover that even in the most congested of cities, I can make room to breathe. I had the privilege of taking a break from the overwhelming hustle and bustle and of being reminded of the luxury and significance of protecting your energetic field.”

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