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Drumming star Afishal went back to his old school to show-off his acclaimed DJ drums.

And his music lesson was so popular dozens of pupils skipped their lunch break to carry on learning.

The former Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) semi-finalist took over a music technology class at Colne Valley High School to show the youngsters his fabulous creations.

Afishal, real name Michael Fish, designed and manufactured the revolutionary DJ drums himself.

The ground-breaking instrument is no ordinary drum set.

It allows Michael to play any sound or music sample he likes, enabling him to perform whole music tracks live.

The drum set can also be customised to flash in any colour of the rainbow.

The 26-year-old, from Golcar, spent 10 months crafting the drums himself using electronics and computer skills gained from his time at school, Greenhead College and Huddersfield University.

Pupils at the Linthwaite school enjoyed an hour-long lesson with Afishal including a demonstration of the incredible DJ drum kit.

And the pupils were so taken by the drums they stayed on into their lunch hour with dozens more youngsters packing in to listen to the music.

Afishal said: “I showed them how they could make something similar using things in the classroom and my old drumming teacher came to support me.

“He told the kids what I had done when I was younger and told them anyone of them could achieve the same sort of thing.”