Ghanaian DJ face appears on billboard in New York

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Ghanaian DJ face appears on billboard Dj Switch
Ghanaian DJ face appears on billboard Dj Switch

Ghanaian DJ face appears on billboard Erica Armah Bra-Bulu Tandoh  known by the stage name DJ Switch, is a young Ghanaian female Disk Jockey. She is a multi talented entertainer who can also sing, rap and dance.

Talented young lady

She’s as a result of the second child and the only girl among five siblings.

She lives in Dadieso in the Western Region of Ghana and attends Talented Royals International School at Weijain Accra. Her career took off when she was seven years of age.

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In June 2018, Erica became the youngest person to win Ghana’s annual DJ award[4].

DJ Switch

In September 2018, she opened the Bill and Melinda Gates’ Foundation’s annual Goalkeepers event[5] in New York City, as the warm up act to French President Emmanuel Macron.

Talented Kidz winner DJ Switch, who recently became the youngest ever winner of an award at the Ghana DJ Awards, was almost never born, her mother has revealed.

According to her, she had just completed school and already had one child when she got pregnant again and she just couldn’t bear the stigma. 
Therefore in her mind the only option was an abortion and she even bought drugs to carry it out before she changed her mind and decided to have the kid.
That kid, Erica Tandoh, later became DJ Switch.

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