The world's youngest disc-jockey Oratile Hlongwane, aka DJ Arch Jnr from South Africa is already a world star at age 6. The wizkid who thrilled judges
The world’s youngest disc-jockey Oratile Hlongwane, aka DJ Arch Jnr from South Africa is already a world star at age 6. The wizkid who thrilled judges and the audience at United States where he competed in the champions edition of America’s Got Talent show got the thousands of people in the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in California and the millions watching the show on television to get on their feet and dance to his turntable magic.
DJ Arch Jnr opened his performance with Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock’s 1988 hit song It Takes Two and slid in the 1995 classic This Is How We Do It by Montell Jordan to the cheer of the audience and judges. He went on and on electrifying the audience who didn’t want him to stop.
The cheer is not new to DJ Arch Jnr who is the winner of South Africa’s Got Talent in 2015 when he was only 3 years old. What’s new is the great feedback he received from the judges who were captivated by his performance.
“You are by far the coolest 6-year-old I have ever met in my life. You really are and I have four kids and i know what I am talking about. I thought you were incredible and I wish you good luck today,” said judge Heidi Klum.
For no-nonsense Simon Cowell: “You and I need to be talking after the show because I have got some plans for you, trust me. I think you are total total little star, I absolutely love you.”
DJ Arch Jnr was officially named as the world’s youngest DJ in September 2017 by the Guinness World Records after he played on professional DJ decks at the Platinum Lounge Bar in Cosmo City, Johannesburg, South Africa, to an audience of 100 people.
He took the title from six-year-old Itsuki Morita from Japan, who was announced as the record holder in March 2017.
DJ Arch Jnr started DJing when he was just eight months old, after his father bought him an iPad Mini. He played on DJ apps and got better and better.