DJ Switch: Evertything You Need To Know Age,Origin, Education, Awards.


DJ Switch: Evertything You Need To Know Age,Origin, Education, Awards.

By Rowlandgate.

DJ Switch well known as Obianuju Catherine Udeh, professionally known as DJ Switch, is a Nigerian Songwriter, singer and Disc Jockey. She drew attention, after emerging as the winner of First Edition of the Glo X Factor in 2013 at the age of 29.

She is the last child of parents, the Disc Jockey graduated from university of Port Harcourt, River State.

Here’s some facts about DJ Switch.

Age: 32

The Disc Jockey was born on 26th of April, 1984, she’s currently 36 years old.


She did her primary and secondary school education in Warri Delta State, before proceeding to university of Port Harcourt, River State, where she bagged a degree in Geology.

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Early Life:

The 32 years old Disc Jockey was born to Nigerian parents , she was bred in Warri Delta state, a city in South-south Nigeria. She’s the last of eight children, her father is late.


DJ Switch first earned some attention when her group, Da Pulse won the 2009 edition of reality music competition, termed “STAR QUEST”. Her group later release a hit song titled, So Tey, and it was featured by America Rapper, Busta Rhymes in the remix.

She was signed into a record deal with “song music” as part of the prize for they win. As a winner of the Glo X Factor was also endorsed by Peter Okoye’s P-classic Records.

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DJ Switch: Evertything You Need To Know Age,Origin, Education, Awards.

DJ Switch won the 2009 Edition Of reality music competition with her group-Da Pulse, also in 2013 she won the Nigeria’s Glo X-Factor.

Net Worth:

DJ Switch net worth is estimated to be $150,000


The Disc Jockey though grew up in the south-south part of the country, but she hails from Udi in Enugu State.

DJ Switch is such a humble, intelligent and unique Disc Jockey. What she did for the Endsars protesters who was injured can’t never be forgotten.

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