Monday, 08 November 2021

Watch multi-platinum selling and award-winning singer Lira take on the Dance of Brave

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Watch multi-platinum selling and award-winning singer Lira take on the Dance of Brave

Multi-platinum selling and 11-time South African Music Award-winning Afro-Soul artist Lerato Moipone Molapo, better known by her stage name Lira, is stepping up to take on the Dance of Brave challenge. After kicking off her music career in 2003 with her debut album All My Love, the young starlet earned accolades at the Metro FM Awards, South African Music Awards and Channel O Reel Music Awards with this first release.

Since then, Lira has skyrocketed in the industry to full superstardom with an impressive list of accomplishments and awards to her name. In 2015, she was listed by Forbes Magazine as one of the richest female singers in Africa with a net worth of over $35 Million and is currently one of the coaches of The Voice South Africa.

As for what bravery means to Lira, this is what she had to share...

‘Brave’ means doing the things that you feel like doing, the things that you want to do, or things that you believe in – in spite of having fear, doubt, or even having other people disagree with you. So, not needing approval – even if it’s scary, you do it anyway. For me, ‘bravery’ and ‘courage’ are very similar – so, irrespective of the circumstances you still do what you believe.
- Lira

Watch below as Lira confidently owns the Dance of Brave challenge and showcases her superstar dancing skills and status in true style.

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Find the dance tutorial and entry details below:

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Why Sponsors of Brave
To celebrate and commemorate just how far we have come as a country, we want you to get up and dance, as we rise together to beat this virus. Weekly cash prizes to the tune of R5,000are up for grabs when you submit your dance video. Three will be selected as overall winners: one by a nationwide public vote who will win R20,000 and two chosen by the panel of judges and The Ndlovu Youth Choir who will win R10,000 each - one for the best individual or family and one for the best school or organisation. Find the dance tutorial and entry details at