DJ Focus knows how to do quite a bit more than push buttons. This 15-year-old prodigy from Sierra Leone only built his own radio station out of parts he found in trash cans, broadcasting news and playing music… without any formal training whatsoever. His innovation was rewarded when MIT made him the youngest person ever to be invited to its “Visiting Practitioner Program.”
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