YouTube is a great forum for many different things. It can be used as a networking tool, a way to share great content, and a way to reach millions of people all at once. Since the creation of YouTube many different performers have been uploading videos of themselves, and beatboxers are no exception. Here are some people to watch out for as they have or are en-route to making waves on the scene.


One of the most viewed beatboxers of all time on YouTube, Daichi is a beatbox force to be reckoned with straight out of Japan. His entry for the Beatbox Battle Wild Card back in 2009 has garnered over 13 million views and counting! He has been featured on local TV stations and on G4TV. His impeccable use of spinning and techno-like bass has amazed viewers to no end. Daichi, however, did not win the competition, instead a competitor by the name of Julia Dales did, which stirred much controversy as there have been side by side videos comparing her skill level to Daichi's. Though he is still a student at a local university, he does shows from time to time.


Nathan 'Flutebox' Lee

Nathan 'Flutebox' Lee has taken on a new and innovative approach to beatboxing that has never been seen before. Though videos of him are still relatively rare, he can be seen playing the flute and beatboxing at the same time. He gained a lot of notice after his collaboration with Beardyman at a performance for Google UK. To date, it does not seem like anyone has been able to successfully emulate his style.



First time ever, 2-time UK Beatbox Champion Beardyman has been known on the beatbox scene as one of the upcoming greats to be forged as a legend in beatbox history. Beardyman first came to media attention after appearing on a British variety competition show with his piece "When Will I Be Famous" stunning the crowds with his amazing skills. Though Beardyman did not go on to win the competition, it has catapulted him into the limelight. As time progressed, and he continued to compete and with the UK Beatbox Championship, Beardyman has posted a slew of videos that can be viewed on and off of his channel on YouTube. One of the videos that stunned the beatbox community was his video entitled "Kitchen Diaries" in which he portrays a female TV chef trying to make a great beat. His control of skills and techniques has rendered viewers speechless. He currently fills out shows with his improv comedy, and improv beatbox music equipped with a loop station. His very first album is set to go on sale later this year.



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