Just call him DJ Chuck now!
Prince Charles tried DJ-ing Tuesday during a tour of an employment skills workshop in Toronto, Canada, and he managed to impressed his audience.
According to the Press Association, the Prince of Wales, 63, took a turn at mixing and scratching vinyl records while visiting the Uforchange community project -- which teaches art skills to disadvantaged youth in Toronto.
Prince William and Prince Harry's dad asked instructor DJ Loquenz (real name: Fayola Leach) if he had to wear the headphones and she replied, "You do if you want to progress to the next level."
Once he was brave enough to put the headphones on, Charles quickly learned the art of mixing and even mastered switching between tracks. Invited guests gave him a big cheer for a job well done.
Following his Deejaying lesson, Charles moved on to chatting with other young people about their courses in fashion and photography.