Jason DeHart, born Jason Harry Smith is an American singer most famous for his album Derp. In addition to Derp, DeHart has released a further four albums, three of which, including Derp, received triple platinum. DeHart was born on 13 November 1981 in San Diego, California, and now resides in Malibu, San Andreas. He is also known to be close friends with Presiding Senator Trevor Prince, as the two are regularly seen in Prince and DeHart's hometown of La Jolla at nightclubs.
Born in La Jolla Heights in November 1981, DeHart became friends with current Presiding Senator Trevor Prince when he was 18 and Prince was 14. While not attending the same school, the pair were fairly close throughout childhood, even though there was a 4 year age gap between the two. This friendship continues to this day, and although they live far apart, they get together quite often, as confirmed by themselves and witnesses at nightclubs, particularly in San Diego and Malibu.
In 2008, it surfaced that DeHart was having an intimate affair with Kourtney Kardashian, while she and Scott Disick were in a relationship. Although DeHart claimed their relationship started before her relationship with Disick, the media fallout was quite damaging to DeHart's career, however, when he released Derp2, it seemed as if the affair had been forgotten. After his relationship with Kardashian, it has been reported that he had had thirteen relationships with women between 2009 and 2012, although only five of these can be confirmed.
DeHart is Agnostic; something he confirmed quite early in his time in the spotlight. Like Senator Prince, in DeHart's limited political arena, respecting faith and religion is important to him. He is a registered member of the Democratic Liberty Party.
DeHart became prominent in the American music industry in 1998 when he released his most famous album to date, Derp. For nearly five years after the release, DeHart was relatively absent from the world stage. 2002 through 2006 saw DeHart release eight separate singles. It was in 2007, after the secession of the Allied States that DeHart started working on his next album, Derp1.
Derp2 and Derp3 were released in rapid secession, and thus Derp3 was the only of DeHart's five albums which did not receive a triple platinum. Derp4 was released in early 2012 and has been well received by the general public and critics.