DJ Amira & Kayla

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While most 17 years old kids are playing the latest video games on their  smartphone, twin sisters, Amira & Kayla are making a name for themselves  around the world as famous DJs. 

When behind the turntables, this duo gets the party started, kicks the crowd in  gear and makes sure the momentum never ceases. Amira & Kayla’s love for  music and their devotion to the DJ craft is rooted firmly in family. Their father  taught them how to DJ at an early age. This unique sister act have quickly  gone from playing small parties to deejaying corporate events, lighting up  social media with viral videos, and making high-profile appearances on  television, online, and radio programs. Most recently, Amira and Kayla had the  honor to deejay twice at the White House for the 2022/2023 Easter Egg Roll  and The Gates Foundation GoalKeepers. 

Some of Amira and Kayla’s TV appearances include: The Tonight Show, The  Today Show, Steve Harvey, Wendy Williams, Harry, The Real, ESPN, Revolt,  Showtime At The Apollo, and Telemundo. The girls also appeared in three  national Target commercials, Reebok Campaigns, J Balvin Mi Gente Remix  video featuring Beyonce, and have been featured online in media outlets such  as New York Times, Vanity Fair Italy, BuzzFeed, UPROXX, Now This, Yahoo,  Elle USA, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and more. 

When Amira and Kayla are not appearing on TV or online, they can be found  deejaying for high profile celebrities including Jay Z and Beyonce, Sporting  Teams, Brands, and exclusive VIP events. 

Praise for the twins is coming from their fans and today's hottest DJs, Music  Producers, and Entertainers. Amira & Kayla have quickly gained a large online  following including superstars like Rihanna. 

Everyone seems to agree Amira & Kayla are two amazing kids with awesome  musical talent who prove you’re never too young to follow your dreams!

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DJ Set by Amira & Kayla & DJ Lennox

August 03, 2023, 02:30 PM
DJ Lennox DJ Amira & Kayla


Queens Public Library


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