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beatbox

1. verb To create percussive sounds with one's mouth and voice, as in rap or hip-hop music. Joey beatboxes on all our songs—doesn't he sound great?
2. noun One who creates such sounds. Joey is our beatbox—doesn't he sound great?
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Altec InMotion pounds 110 0870 548 0011, euro-tech.co.uk LAUGH at those fools in airports lugging hulking beatboxes and their own weight in batteries to power them.
Shelblack finishes up a chill flick of Chad and breaks out downstairs to set up the next flick of Mr Muskabeatz in front of a wall of dope old beatboxes. Chad sizes up an ollie from the roof to the deck and we head downstairs to the recording studio.
They also plan to play select dates south of the border to show the rest of Ireland what they can do with a few beatboxes and a synthesiser.
Actress Tracy-ann Oberman (left) learns to sing and play guitar, while actor presenter Joe Swash beatboxes.