Afrotainment fouder DJ Tira is venturing into fast fashion through the release of his activewear collection, Rockstar forever.
DJ Tira took to Instagram on Wednesday, 22 September 2021, to formally introduce his new business venture, merchandising. Specifically, the Afrotainment frontman is focused on launching an activewear collection called Rockstar Forever. The confirmation post on the Afrotainment website comes after DJ Tira first shared a sample of the merchandise on Instagram.
Earlier this month, DJ Tira began to post his weekend gig guides with image of him dressed in Rockstar forever merchandise. His post showcase the monochromatic look consisting of a white T-shirt with the logo printed on it. He paired the T-shirt with the black Rockstar forever sweatpants.
However, the latest post showcase a different colour scheme of the same outfit, enlisting the use of Amapiano artist, Zuma. The one of Amaroto showcased the military-inspired colourway with a military green T-shirt and grey pants.
The sweatpants retail for R500 and the T-shirt retail for R400. All the items are available on Afrotainment website.The star is celebrating is 45th birthday today and he has decided to launch Rockstar Forever merchandise to celebrate birthday.
DJ Tira also went ahead to share pictures of himself rocking his clothing and many of his fans are excited.
Mthokozisi Khathi professionally known by his stage name DJ Tira, is a South African DJ, record producer and Kwaito artist, Born in Hlabisa, in KZN he moved to Durban as a child. In 2000 he won the Smirnoff SA DJ Knockout competition along with Mthokozisi Mbatha from Hlabisa.
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