DJ Arch Jnr Is Competing In China!

DJ Arch Jnr Is Competing In China!

Apr 04, 2019, 03:30 PM

Oratile Hlongwane who is popularly known as DJ Arch Jnr is ticking things on his bucket list that only adults can dream of from being booked for music gigs to traveling internationally.  He even holds the Guinness World Record for the youngest club DJ which required him to entertain a crowd for 1 hour and complete at least spin 25 songs at the age of 4.

The six-year-old announced on social media how he is giving the “Got Talent” show a third shot. He shared a series of images of himself arriving in China on his way to a photo shoot. 

He first auditioned and won South Africa’s Got Talent, then went on to impress Simon Cowell during his audition for the American spin-off, America’s Got talent: The Champions and now he has now headed off to Changsha China. The young DJ will be competing in a talent show in China called World’s Got Talent.
 

According to online platform Radii, China's World's Got Talent, is a show that is set to premiere in April and will feature fan favourite acts from over 30 of the Got Talent franchises from around the world.

DJ Arch Jnr has received love from many South African celebs including the Queen B and Black Coffee. However, his greatest support comes from his dad Glen Hlongwane:

“It's all about supporting your kids when you see talent and groom it, there is no two way about it. He started when he was very young, at 8 months when we got him an iPad, he started using the DJ app. People started saying that your child seems to be really into this. So, we supported him and helped him where we could and we today we have a superstar,” he shared.

 
We wish the little champ the best of luck. He has showed us that talent tramples age every time.

More: Halala! DJ Arch Jnr to compete on America's Got Talent spin-off
 
Main Image Credit: DJ Arch Jnr
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