Lalla Hirayama has come a long way in her career since her first stint in the limelight as a dancer, to building her brand as a media personality, and now she adds another title to her biography.
We’ve been watching Lalla’s career evolve on our screens over the years, from her stint on Craz-e, Hirayama grew to become a household brand after she joined V-Entertainment.
As the years have gone by, she has never ceased to amaze us with the different money-making moves she’s been pursuing.
With the media personality presenting Mzansi Magic’s music show Massiv Music, and moving into the international space as a movie correspondent, one might think that Lalla's schedule is tight, especially after we saw her being hospitalised for for exhaustion a while ago. However, she is going stronger than ever and is still on her industry take over.
There has been a wave of female artists entering the music space and Lalla is set to stamp her name in the history books of entertainment not only as just a dancer, television personality or a radio host, but as a DJ too. Coincidentally, her venture comes after her former colleague, V-Entertainment presenter and now rapper Moozlie, also went into the music industry.
Taking to her social media platforms, Lalla announced that she would be debuting her DJ career at Jozi’s popular night club Sumo and dedicated her venture to her late grandmother, who she says was the biggest influence in her choice to take over the dance and music space. Main image credit: Instagram/@lalla_hirayama