- Real name: Erica Armah Bra-Bulu Tandoh
- Birthday: December 12, 2007
- Nationality: Ghanaian
- Star sign: Sagittarius
- Occupation: DJ, singer
- Net Worth: $580k
Erica Armah Bra-Bulu Tandoh, better known by her stage name DJ Switch, is a Ghanaian disc jockey (DJ). The multi-talented entertainer rose to fame at a tender age for her exceptional DJing skills. She is among the youngest Ghanaian kids widely recognised in the entertainment industry.
The young disk jockey is also the founder and Executive Director of the DJ Switch Foundation. Her foundation supports gender equality, quality education, and quality health. Her prowess as a DJ has enabled her to gain various awards and nominations, such as the Young DJ Of The Year in 2020.
Erica Armah Bra-Bulu Tandoh (DJ Switch) was born on December 12, 2007, in Suaman Dadieso, in the Western Region of Ghana. She displayed a keen interest in music and entertainment at a younger age. The DJ attended Talented Royals International School at Weija in Accra and she is currently attending Chaminade College Preparatory based in California, America.
Her mother is Lilian Oduro Mensah, while her father, Eric Theophilus Tandoh. She is the second born in a family of five children.
DJ Switch is a multi-talented kid who can sing, rap, dance and host TV shows. She also desires to become a gynaecologist when she grows up. The DJ debuted in 2017 after participating in the popular Talented Kids TV talent competition. Her electrifying performances and remarkable DJing skills astounded the judges and the audience, earning her widespread acclaim.
Her infectious energy and undeniable talent led to invitations to perform at various events and gatherings worldwide. From major music festivals to corporate functions, she showcased her skills as a DJ and entertainer, leaving a lasting impression on everyone who witnessed her performances.
She performed at the World Bank Africa Society Symposium in June 2019 at the World Bank office in Washington. In addition, she performed at the 32nd Ordinary Session of the AU Assembly of Heads of State and Government in February 2019.
The Ghanaian singer has released several songs, including Success (2019), Pardonnez (2019), Deceiver (2018), and Oluwa (2020). She is also a philanthropist who supports various organisations. For instance, she donated 50 desks, four sets of tables and chairs to A.M.E Zion Junior High School in October 2019.
Awards and Nominations
The young DJ prodigy has received numerous awards and nominations for her exceptional talent and contributions to the entertainment industry. Her popularity has enabled her to be featured on several local and international media platforms like BBC, CNN, FRANCE24 and many more. Some of her most notable accolades include the following:
- Winner of Talented Kids in 2017.
- Winner as the Best Discovery DJ of the Year 2018 Ghana DJ Awards.
- Winner as the Best Female DJ of the Year 2019 Ghana DJ Awards.
- Winner of DJ of the Year at the 2019 Ghana DJ Awards.
- Global Child Prodigy Awards 2020.
- Part of a list of 74 Exemplary Ghanaians acknowledged in "Those Who Inspire Ghana" book (2020).
- Young DJ Of The Year 2020.
- Best Young Entertainer of the Year in the 2021 International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA) edition.
DJ Switch's net worth is approximately $580k. She makes her income from stage performances and potential brand endorsements.