The first time we reported about Dj Arch Jr, we introduced him as the world’s youngest Dj. We told you that the “history of South African music has never recorded any South African young and very much enthusiastic about music like Oratiwe Hlongwane…” we narrated how he “played aimlessly with his father’s DJ app, became a disc jockey when he was just one-year-old, and wowed everyone when he replicated on a real DJ equipment the mixing of sound effects and the navigation between songs which he learned on his father’s DJ app.
While we reported that his “incredible performance with the deck and the manner at which the youngster nods to the beats emanating from his handiwork wowed his audience”, we said little about his future as it was then, already almost certain that the young Dj will be phenomenal if he choose to take on disc jockey as his life-long carer.
Now 3, DJ AJ as the youngest contestant on the South Africa’s Got Talent show, urged his dad to take him to the stage where he got all the attention and literally stole the show. Exciting the audience, he as well amazed the judges and ultimately earned the “Golden Buzzer” which will see him pushed through the audition stage of the show straight to the semi-finals. See how he got everyone dancing in the video footage below.
The first contestant to get the golden buzzer introduced in the present season of the show was Henno William who sang “let it be” in the 3rd episode of the season.
The SA’s Got Talent started its first series on 1st October 2009. The South African television show gathers performers like ranging from singers to dancers, comedians and other performers to compete against each other for audience support in order to win the R500,000 prize slated for each series. The show is an indigenous version of shows like “Got Talent”, “America’s Got Talent”, “Britain’s Got Talent” and other similar international versions.
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