Thara Prashad
American musician and model
Thara Prashad
Thara Natalie Prashad also known as Thara, is an American R&B singer and model. Her father is Indo-Guyanese while her mother is part Irish and part African American. Formerly signed to the Desert Storm label most known for rapper Fabolous. She is most known for working with R&B singer Jay Sean featuring on the song "Murder" included on Thara's self-titled debut album in 2007 and on Jay Sean's second album My Own Way in 2008.
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    THIRTIES
  • 2013
    Age 31
    Thara gave birth to their daughter, Ayva Loveen Kaur Jhooti, on December 13, 2013.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2009
    Age 27
    She married singer Jay Sean in August 2009.
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  • 2007
    Age 25
    She is most known for working with R&B singer Jay Sean featuring on the song "Murder" included on Thara's self-titled debut album in 2007 and on Jay Sean's second album My Own Way in 2008.
    More Details Hide Details She was also featured in the video for Sean's "Stay" on his second album. She collaborated with Sean again on the song "Love Goes" that leaked in January 2010. Thara's album Thara was released in Japan in November 28,2007 and featured a duet with American RNB icon John Legend. That song "Maybe" and the entire album is on iTunes. Desert Storm rapper Fabolous used Thara on the song "Ghetto", produced by Scott Storch. "Ghetto" and the album Real Talk went on to sell over a million copies since its release in 2006. Thara was one of the first South Asian artists to be played on Hot 97 and shares a birthday with RNB legend Aaliyah.
    In 2007 she released the self-titled album which featured the hits “Jump On” with Fat Man Scoop and a duet she co-wrote with John Legend called “Maybe.”
    More Details Hide Details Following the release of the album, Thara toured throughout Australia, the UK, and Germany, enjoying international success. When she came back to the states, Jeremy Skaller immediately booked her for a show in Miami as the opening act for the British-Asian, R&B/pop sensation Jay Sean. The two instantly clicked and their magnetic chemistry as artists led them to collaborate on the single “Murder,” and travel across the globe performing the song.
  • 2003
    Age 21
    Thara would go on to appear in more commercials and music videos, including Jay Z’s “Excuse Me Miss” in 2003.
    More Details Hide Details From there, she did a commercial for MTV 2 and met La La Vasquez, who was then a vee-jay for the network. La La introduced Thara to DJ Clue and told him that she was singer. She gave Clue her demo CD and after listening to it, he had Thara meet with the rest of his team, and then signed her to his label, Desert Storm. While working on her debut album, with Jeremy Skaller as the producer, Thara worked with the cream of the crop in the music industry: Fabolous, John Legend, Kanye West, Rodney Jerkins, and The Neptunes to name a few.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1982
    Age 0
    Born on January 16, 1982.
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