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beat·box

 (bēt′bŏks′)
intr.v. beat·boxed, beat·box·ing, beat·box·es
To engage in beatboxing.

beatbox

(ˈbiːtˌbɒks)
n
(Pop Music) informal a drum machine
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This will be the first edition of the Scottish Beatbox Championships and the winner of the competition will secure a place in THEWORLD Championships in Germany next May.
Beatbox boss James Murphy said: "Unlike the Donald we like to make everyone feel welcome here at Beat Box and cater for everyone's unique fitness requirements.
The 18-year-old's performances have been viewed by thousands, and it was a clip of new track Titan Grime that caught the attention of Beatbox To World bosses.
Aminita Francis wowed as she transformed the audience into her own back up singers, while ABH Beatbox stunned with a talent like nothing I've ever seen before.
"We created BeatBox for anyone who wants to have the physique that boxing training provides, but without having to get into an actual fight.
Sage Francis and B Dolan are world travellers, brothers of the beatbox, their literary art is free-form and the lyrical storytelling that we're witnessing can be highly personal.
Enjoy the art of urban music with BeatBox through finely crafted musical dcor placed across the destination such as a graffiti piano, an oud sculpture and an Arabian tabla.
Users can even beatbox rhythms with Shakespearean text, as well as identifying his lines from hip-hop lyrics.
They stole a number of items including a Dell computer, Nintendo DS, Apple iPad, Apple iPad mini, iPhone 5S, Motorola moto G and Beatbox headphones.
On June 21 there will be a vocal workshop with beatboxer Jason Singh at Choppards Mission and a performance by him and his Rubber Duck Beatbox Orchestra at the Picturedrome in the evening.
Dareen Foreman), a champion beatbox musician who created a machine that records and mixes in real-time.