DJ Euphonik supports black excellence, calls for young architects' help

DJ Euphonik supports black excellence, calls for young architects' help

- DJ Euphonik shared a viral post on social media asking for the services of a young black architect

- The post drew many responses from eager applicants

- Others were also impressed by Euphonik's willingness to help out a young professional

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DJ Euphonik took to Twitter to find a black architect to help him with a project.

His post went viral, scoring almost a thousand retweets in no time.

Many people responded as well, and praised Euphonik for supporting black excellence.

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"I need a black architect, must either still be studying or newly-graduated to design me the entrance to a palace," Euphonik posted.

Many people responded, either offering their services or suggesting others they knew who could do the work.

"Please, I'm dying to do this," wrote one user named Nhlanhla.

Other posted, saying, "My younger sister. She's a graduate from Wits. She worked for Boogertman & Partners for two years and now she's back doing her Honours."

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"I was too anxious, I saw black architect and started typing," wrote another.

Many users also replied to see they were happy to see such an outpouring of talent from young South African architects. 

Euphonik is one of South Africa's most popular DJs, having performed around the world alongside big-name acts such as Skrillex and Swedish House Mafia.

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He is also know for giving back to the community. For example, once a year he hosts mentoring workshops where he passed on DJ knowledge and skills to young musicians.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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