Updated: Jun 24, 2020
At the recently held Africa Teens Summit:Virtual Edition 2020, DJ Switch a talented disk jockey from Ghana spoke on How music can uplift the continent of Africa.
About DJ Switch
The power-house that is DJ Switch Ghana already has the resume college counselors dream about at age 11. Erica Armah-Bra Bulu Tandoh began turning tables at just age nine, but doesn't let her parents, teachers, CNN, BBC or France24 forget that being a DJ is just the beginning of her goals. This Ghanaian hopes to eventually become a gynecologist and help women around the world; now in junior high, appearing on TV, hanging out with Emmanuel Macron at the UN General Assembly, and performing original music alongside people like Wyclef Jean, doesn't stop her from her education as she makes sure everything is always organized. She recently founded The DJ Switch Foundation, advocating for quality education, adequate health care, gender equality and sustainable development. She is "small but mighty" has never been more applicable. As a DJ, an advocate and a child, DJ Switch continues to remind the music industry how to use their voice for change and "switch it up to happiness."
Her most recent award is the 100 Top Child Prodigy award 2020.
Below are some links from her most recent appearance at the World Bank, Women's Conference in Vancouver, as well as the Room to Read charity event in NYC.