Hannah Gonzalez began her career as a DJ at the age of 15, during which time she adopted the name Liz Gonzalez. During the earlier stages of her career, she focused on musical genres such as vocal house and progressive house. Eventually, she was invited to mix electronic music festivals in many cities throughout Colombia.
Once she began to establish herself in the electronic scene of her country, she adapted the pseudonym Deejane Hannah.
In the year 2009, she made a series of exclusive sets for the Electroemite radio program of Medellín, a program that frequently features new Colombian talent.
In 2013, she released the albums Orgasmic Sessions (which included two volumes), and Elitech (which also had two volumes). This work eventually led her to be invited to appear in Ecuador, Panama, Argentina and Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, where she shared the stage with British bandFranz Ferdinand. After that tour, she was invited to appear with DJ Umek in a show in Medellin.
Further recognition as a DJ was generated on the El Cartel de La Mega program on the Colombian station RCN Radio in June of 2011. She finished the year with her eighth production, called Happy Birthday to Me and was invited to represent Colombia in Guatemala together with the official DJ of thePlayboy mansion in the U.S., DJ Rihanon.
She launched her musical work Dance or Die at the beginning of 2012, returning to the house style as when she began her career. In addition, she launched her website.
In the middle of that year, she played in a rave party organized by Beer Barena in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.