Youngest DJ with great future




The world’s youngest DJ is found in South Africa. His real name is Oratilwe Hlongwane and his stage name is DJ Arch Jnr. The boy was discovered on ETV talent search program called “SA’s Got Talent” on the 2015 season. Although there are a few young DJ around the world, DJ Arch Jnr is the first young professional DJ. The boy is from Alexandra in Johannesburg, Gauteng Province.

The 4 year old DJ won the competition and pocketed himself R500 000. The young DJ has managed to secure himself a great future in the entertainment industry through the guidance of his father. There is no doubt that the boy is more than talented. The money he won on the competition will help him further studies in the music industry.

As we all know that everything has opposition, the boy was suspected of cheating by those who never believed that a young boy of his age could be able to be a DJ. They even went on to explain how he cheated, but all they said was just a way to bring the young DJ down and they did not manage on their mission as they failed and it was proven that the boy was in fact not cheating on the competition.

The boy’s talent has grabbed attention all over the world and fans have been asking if he would be able to perform at foreign countries. As the boy is still at pre-school, the father is responsible for anything that might damage his life regarding demand for him to perform at a young age around the world. Truly speaking the boy should first be allowed to enjoy his child age playing with his friends. It is not a good idea to expose such a young boy to the world of the demanding entertainment industry.

Even when he was taking part in the competition, the boy was not aware of all the limelight that was surrounding him and it seems he was just playing as a kid. Even today the boy is not aware of his achievements and people should treat him as a kid than a celebrity. As soon as he is aware of what is happening in his life, then his father will be able to arrange for him to perform wherever he will be needed.

Right now the father should be guiding his child just like any normal kid. He should provide the child with enough time to play as a kid and a little time to practice his skills as a DJ. The father must not pressurize the kid at all. If the child should be made to focus a lot on the industry, then he would probably have problems when he gets to a teenager stage and that could damage his future and his life in general.

The world is awaiting the correct time that the boy will be able to show them his talent and fans are a bit demanding, but they should wait for the right time.  The youngest DJ is the real deal and the country is very proud for his achievement. The South African music industry has a great future in him.






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