DJ Laz is going from the Magic City to the City of Angels.
The famous South Florida voice, whose real name is Lazaro Mendez, will be joining KXOL in Los Angeles beginning on May 14.
Earlier this month, Laz said goodbye to Miami's Power 96, where he'd been on the air since the 80s.
"After doing the same thing for 22 years, (I) decided that maybe it's time for a change," he said at the time. "That structure, that getting up every day, because the show starts at 6, but you get up well before that. 4 a.m. that alarm clock's going off, and it felt really good to throw the alarm clock against the wall today and not have to worry about it."
In his new job at KXOL, Laz will still be working the 6 a.m. shift for "The DJ Laz Morning Show."
"The show will be fun, upbeat, interactive and in-tune with the L.A. community," he said in a statement. "Each show will be a new experience for listeners."
Mendez, a Cuban-American rapper and DJ, is also known for his albums DJ Laz and Category 6. He began his career in music at 15, mixing at South Florida clubs.