Bio

Fahrie Berisha an Albanian national, born in Belgium and raised in Stockholm, Sweden she has a blend of different cultures within her. Growing up with family running nightclubs, her interest in music and clubbing was sparked at an early age. At the age of 14 is when she was first introduced to DJ-ing when her best friend’s brother had a DJ class at a youth center. This is when her future in music started.
Fahrie describes her experience when DJ-ing as an energy that can’t be described, only experienced. She has performed in multiple nightclubs & festivals in Europe & Asia.

Liilith is Fahrie’s alter Ego, but who is she?

Liilith means “the night”, she embodies the emotional and spiritual aspects of darkness: terror, sensuality, and unbridled freedom. More recently, she has come to represent the freedom of feminist women who no longer want to be “good girls”, but more balanced with a force of enlightenment.

Mythology:

Before Eve, there was another woman. Lilith was her name. Her rebellious mind, however, was too much for both Adam and God.
God created the first human beings – male and female – in His own image, and then they had the same origin, they were equalwithin providing by and action ac site for in every way. But Adam wanted to subjugate Lilith. She could not accept that and is why she fled. Lilith was the only one who knew the name of God and it has been said that if the name is revealed the world would end. In her anger, she shouted the forbidden name, and wings grew out from her body. With these, she flew all the way to the Red Sea. Adam complained about her solitude with God, whereupon he sent three angels to try to persuade Lilith to return. But Lilith was not persuaded, so God knew no other way than to create a new woman for Adam. Eva had its origin in Adam’s rib and not in God, and she was more submissive than Lilith. Lilith began her career as a dark force with the symbol of the serpent. Today Lilith is seen as a symbol of feminine freedom.