3-year-old SA Got Talent winner DJ Arch JNR: Where is he now?

At the age of 3, Oratilwe AJ Hlongwane – affectionately known as DJ Arch JNR went down in the history books of South Africa’s Got Talent in 2015 when he won the sixth season of the talent show.

His win undoubtedly saw him going down in the Guinness World Records as the youngest DJ and Got Talent winner.






However, in the wake of his 2015 newfound fame, many have been trying to connect the dots about his whereabouts.He has been receiving bookings and headlining several children’s gigs. He has gained a considerable following on social media that has attracted commercial deals, according to the rumour mill.
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Despite his success, reports have it that he is treated like any other child, and his parents have always stressed the importance of school. No doubt his private life has been kept under wraps for his well-being.Over the years, he has been establishing himself as a brand and has competed in several world competitions, which include:

The Champions

Fremantle produced the program for the NBC television network. It was more similar to America’s Got Talent format but involved selected outstanding participants and winners from the Got Talent franchise across the globe.

DJ Arch JNR participated in the competition but failed to advance to the Top 3After Thd Show

In 2019, the bubbly DJ competed on World’s Got Talent. However, he was knocked out by Russia’s Tina Mamonova.

He also competed on Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions but was eliminated in week 3 of the preliminaries behind AGT participant Darcy Oake and BGT winner Richard Jones.

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With a career spanning years, he has managed to feature in several competitions, events, awards and shows, which include:

Americas Got Talent
Worlds Got Talent
Britains Got Talent, Resident DJ for the McDonald’s U/14 schools soccer league
South African Film Awards
All Africa Music Awards
Radio stations (Metro fm, Jacaranda FM, Lesedi fm and YFM)
Television shows (Craze, etv, SABC Showa, ENCA News, ABC News and many more)