Beatboxing requires mixing a variety of patterns and sounds together, slowing or speeding the tempo of the beats, and mimicking beats from other songs. Add music or rhythms to a beatbox track with tips from a hip-hop artist in this free video on rap music.
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Alright. This particular clip is on how to beatbox. Alright. You kind of want to, on beatboxing when you got it, when you got it in you, you done learned it, you kind of want to mix as many things together as possible. You know, your slick patterns or whatever you got. So I'm going to kind of go over one with you. Well a couple of them with you. A few of them with you. Here's one right here. OK. That's one right there. That's like on a slow tempo. Then we can speed the tempo up a little bit. And ah. That's another one right there. That's a little faster tempo. Alright. This other one, all I'm doing is mimicking a beat. From a record or whatever like that. You got to remember that. That's all I'm doing is mimicking a beat. And that's what makes you a good beatboxer, you know. You're going by the sounds of a nice track, a nice beat. This another one, let me see. I can go with this one right here. I'm going to even put a little music in it for you. Alright. There we go. That's the basics of beatboxing. Alright.