That Girl Lay Lay whose birth name is Alaya High she is a hip-hop artist, rapper, and an actress. Additionally, she is the youngest female rapper to sign a record deal with Empire Record. She is an American national was born in TX, United States.
She was born in 28th, January 2007. Therefore, she is 16 years old.
That Girl Lay Lay Family
Details concerning her family has not been made open to the public. However, she said in an interview that she inherited her freestyle rapping skills from her father who is a veteran in the music industry.
Who is That Girl Lay Lay boyfriend?
That Girl Lay Lay is currently single, according to our records.
Lay Lay started sharing pictures and videos on Instagram in the year 2017. Her fame came over BlocBoy JB’s “Shoot.” which went viral so fast. Therefore, in 1st August 2018, she was named the youngest-ever female rapper to sign to Empire whose rosters include Tyga, Young Dolph, and Remy Ma. Again, she unloaded The Cheat Code, and this was her first official project under Empire.
Which are That Girl Lay Lay Songs?
So, she has a list of songs and below are a few.
- Cheat Code
- Go Lay Lay Go
- Catchy Song
- Move Like I Move
- Be The King
- Potty Mouth
- Medicaid Baby
Her Net Worth
As young as she is, forbes indicated her net worth as $ 87 million.
That Girl Lay Lay Mitsubish
In early 2018, Mitsubishi surprised test drivers of its new Eclipse Cross with Harry Mack and the Freestyle Test Drive ads. From that ad campaign’s success, Mitsubishi seems to have caught on to the idea that people want to be a little surprised (in a good way) when they test drive their cars, so they tripled down on the idea.
The new ad campaign, which currently stands at two videos, sports the title “Punking the Test Drive,” turning standard test drives into surprising experiences.
The first video stars Jon Bailey and the second video takes place in the larger Outlander, and stars 11-year-old Alaya High, also known as “lay lay,” the youngest female rap artist ever to sign a recording deal. High follows Harry Mack’s example with her own freestyle description of the three-row crossover.