This Three-Year-Old DJ Is The Youngest Contestant Ever On ‘South Africa’s Got Talent’


It’s crazy how someone with such incredible skills on the 1’s and 2’s is just barely three years old.

This past weekend, Arch Jnr, a (very) young DJ hailing from South Africa, went straight to the semi-finals on South Africa’s Got Talent. The talented toddler got the “golden buzzer” from judge DJ Fresh, which gives the judges the power to send an act of their choice to the semi-finals automatically.

Despite still learning how to talk, the youngest competitor in the show’s history stunned the judges and audience with his genuine skills on the wheels of steel, while his father, Glen, stood next to him, bopping along to his son’s dope beats. He’s a lot more than a cute little face.

“He basically started DJing at the age of one – that’s when we discovered that he had love for music,” said his father in the clip.

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DJ Arch Jnr has gotten quite the following online; his Facebook page has over 50,000 likes, and he’s sponsored by Guess Kids, Mini Cooper, DJay Software and Beats by Dre. He plays everything from deep house to standard dance music.

Prepared to “aww” and be awed by the clip below.