DJ Switch has made it to ''the center of the universe,'' with a latest photo of her featured on the much bigger, brighter and louder New York Times Square giant billboard.
Erica Armah Bra-Bulu, famed as DJ Switch is making waves on global billboards, which of course, further legitimizes her brand and also shifts major eyes balls to her fairly established brand.
The young distinguished talent in 2018 attained a major feat when she joined renowned personalities, including Melinda Gates, Bill Gates, Ed Sheeran, Fatoumata Diawara, Nancy Kacungira and The Brooklyn Youth Chorus, to share their stories of challenges, innovation, and leadership at the Goalkeepers 2018 event, which was held New York.
Of course, that couldn’t be her last major breakthrough to dine and wine with notable personalities; the award-winning disc jockey’s face has been brightly adorned on what could be a 15,000-square foot screen, 25 stories high, for all of Times Square to see.
The young Ghanaian DJ's face appearing on the billboard in New York Times Square is a major boost for her career.
And undoubtedly, she is the major DJ brand giving the Ghana flag, a global spotlight.
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Born on December, 12, 2017, Erica Armah Bra-Bulu Tandoh, is a young Ghanaian female Disk Jockey.
She is a multi talented entertainer who can also sing, rap and dance. She is 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. In June 2018, Erica became the youngest person to win Ghana’s annual DJ award.
In September 2018, she opened the Bill and Melinda Gates’ Foundation’s annual Goalkeepers event in New York City, as the warm up act to French President Emmanuel Macron.
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