Young Ghanaian disc jockey DJ Switch has featured at the World Bank’s African Society Symposium.
The event which happened on Friday, June 7, 2019, at the World Bank offices in Washington had DJ Switch performing for participants.
Coming for her performance, the young DJ promoted Ghanaian culture as she dressed like a young queen.
In photos from the event sighted by YEN.com.gh, DJ Switch was spotted in a beautiful kente cloth with other regalia.
Sharing the photos o social media DJ Switch wrote: “How do I look @visitwashingtondc. With the @worldbank African Society Symposium.
Apart from djing on the day, DJ Switch also thrilled patrons with her dancing skills as she was spotted in one of the photos holding a microphone as she danced adowa.
The latest photos of DJ Switch at the World Bank come exactly three weeks after she attended the Room to Read Gala in New York where she met and performed with Wyclef Jean.
The 2019 exploits of DJ Switch follow similar feats in 2018 in which she participated in the Goalkeepers 2018 summit with Bill and Melinda Gates, Ed Sheeran, and world leaders including France President Emmanuel Macron who was fascinated by her.
Born Erica Tandoh, DJ Switch gained prominence on May 7, 2017, when as a nine-year-old girl, she won TV3’s Talented Kidz. DJ Switch has, since the win, become an icon as she continues to get international recognition for her exploits.
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