Beatbox Vs Singing Whats the difference

Beatbox vs Singing which one is the best and whats the differences and similarities, here on this blog we gonna discuss very shortly

 

1. Beatbox does not damage vocal chord singing does

 

2. You can beatbox when ur vocal chord is damaged but you can not sing

 

3. Beatbox annoys neighbor during practice, singing does not

 

4. We have 3 section of mouth in beatbox, mouth is mouth for singers

 

5. You can beatbox without tongue, you can’t sing without song

 

6. A newbee in beatbox will at least capture attention, a wack singer will kick audience out

 

7. All beatboxer can Sing, not all singers can beatbox

 

8. Beatboxer needs only microphone for a performance but singers needs instruments accompaniment.

 

9. Beatboxers loves one another and are ready to teach others free, A singer will keep his vocal secrets to himself

 

10. When you beatbox you’re doing vocal exercise, but when you’re singing you’re singing

Aseju Challenge meaning

Aseju Challenge meaning

There has been a trending hash tag on Facebook since yesterday, #aseju challenge

whats the meaning of aseju?

Aseju is a yoruba word which means doing beyond normal.

some funny aseju challenge found in Facebook

Aseju ni Sachet water omi konga ti daa

Aseju ni cornflakes Garri to WA ok

Aseju ni dating Hook-up ti wa okay

Aseju ni University 😹💔💔Sunday school ti wa okay

Aseju ni fixing💇💅😧 Natural hair ti wa okay

ASEJU NI IYAWO , GIRLFRIENDS TIWA OKAY

Aseju ni weeding grown, white garment ti wa ok

Aseju ni Toothpaste, salt ti wa ok

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All Beatbox Sounds List

All Beatbox Sounds List

Basic Beatbox Sounds

Beatboxing is an art that tries to mimic drum machines. However, as an art form, it has also evolved its repertoire of sounds to include other instruments. Hence, many beatboxers nowadays can also produce other sounds aside from the drum machines’ basic sounds. Here are the basic beatbox sounds you can learn to advance your beatboxing skills:

Types of Beatbox Snare

  • K-snare
  • Spit-Snare (BMG Snare)
  • Poh Snare
  • P-Snare
  • Pf-Snare
  • Psh-Snare
  • Ps-Snare
  • Tf-Snare
  • Rimshot
  • Blade-Snare
  • Peh Snare

Types Of Beatbox Rolls

  • Liproll
  • Click Roll
  • Laser Liproll
  • Inward Liproll

Type of Beatbox Bass

  • Tongue Bass
  • Lip Bass
  • Throat bass
  • Tooth Bass
  • Air Bass
  • Chest bass

Types of Beatbox Whistles

  • Vortex Whistle
  • Azel Whistle
  • Bataco Whistle
  • Cricket Sound
  • Bird Squeak
  • Inward Whistle
  • Laser
  • Codfish Laser

Types of Beatbox scratches

  • Vocal Scatch
  • Crab Scratch

More Beatbox Sounds

  • Hit-Hat
  • Crash
  • Tongue Click
  • Hollow Clop
  • Inward Drag
  • human Saxophone
  • Human trumpet
  • Siren

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How To Beatbox – Spit Snare (BMG Snare) Download TylaDubya Tutorial Video

The How To Make BMG Snare

The BMG snare is my personal favorite snare and is the savviest snare out of all the snares. I don’t know if this is the general view among all beatboxers, but this snare sounds the best especially if you do it on a microphone. This snare is not as versatile as the inward k or the rimshot but is still better than the PF since it takes much lesser time to execute. Also, this snare sounds the most realistic (some may argue about this but well, I’m clearly biased). So let’s get straight to how this sound is done.

  • This is a slightly ‘twisted’ sound to explain and you will find that different beatboxers may give different explanations for this sound. There are two ways to go about this sound. First keep your mouth in your regular closed position. Now, I prefer to place my lower lip slightly on top of the upper lip and bring the upper lip a little to the inside of the mouth.
  • Another approach is to simply purse your lips together such that both you lips are pulled inside evenly. No lip is on top of the other. You should try both approaches and see which one suits you. 
  • Now, instinctively while doing the BMG Snare I put the tip of my tongue a bit behind the part where my upper teeth are attached and close off the throat by touching the back part of my tongue to the top. The tip of the tongue is not very important but its essential that you close the throat by pushing up your back part of the tongue to the back roof of your mouth. Actually, the rest of the tongue helps in pushing the air that’s left in your closed mouth to the front.
  • Once you’ve got the position right you just need to do one thing: squeeze, rather compress. That’s it. That’s literally what the BMG Snare is. Let me explain further. When you get your positioning correct, try to fill up some air in your mouth so that it looks a little swelled from the outside (don’t put a lot).
  • Depending on which lip position you chose, you have to execute this: if you placed you lower lip on top of the upper lip, using only the muscles of you mouth push that small amount of air through the lips while simultaneously squeezing/forcing the lower lip on on the upper lip in the backward direction with a lot of pressure (for a beginner use as much force as you can manage). However, if you pursed your lips evenly then you need to do the same as the above but this time use all your force to compress both lips towards each other instead of just one lip on the other. This should give you a crisp and short-lived sound which you need to work on to get a perfect BMG Snare.
  • I urge you to refer to the video as well since a live demonstration is much better to explain this sound.  

Download Spit Snare (BMG Snare) Tutorial video

Download Video Tutorial (20.2 MB)

10 unique beatboxer styles

Beatboxing is constantly evolving, each artist strives to bring something of his own, to be remembered with a special style, sounds. Sometimes you listen to new tracks and no doubt you recognize their author. Catch a selection of ten beatboxers with a special style of performance.

The style is made up of many factors, such as: special sounds, combinations, unusual techniques, beatings, combinations, compositions, accents. All this creates a special “signature” of each beatboxer.

Reeps one

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Harry Eff / Reeps One (18 November 1989) is a professional beatboxer from England, a participant in many battles and beatboxing events, a UK beatbox champion, as well as an artist and chess player.

At the age of 14, Harry decided to associate himself with beatboxing, since it was not very good to play musical instruments. As he grew up, he began to think about how to visualize beatboxing, and this is how he became acquainted with the cymatics that brought him fame.

Reeps One – Rattling My Chain

Since 2010, Harry has been developing a special beatboxing technique that relied on a specific pronunciation of percussion sounds. He also carved such a multifaceted throat bass that they cannot repeat it. Combined with its unusual technique and throaty bass, Reeps One has got the most unique style in the world of beatboxing, which will be easily defined by almost all beatboxers on the planet. We can say that Harry got ahead of the perception and vision of beatbox for many years to come and set the bar high in terms of the quality of the final material.

Napom

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Neil Patrick Meadows / Napom was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he discovered beatboxing in 2011 at age 16. He found that this art form allowed him to open new doors in music, and every day he continued to push his talent and ability to the next level. Napom has become a beatbox icon, teacher and staff performer who has inspired other musicians around the world. His style and deep bass amaze people all over the world. Now based in New York City, Napom aims to push the boundaries of the human body and spread this art and culture around the world.

Napom – Bass Electro

Napom became known for the density, versatility, and fullness of his music. Added to his unusual beats are powerful lip rolls that make his flow unique. Napom has won numerous battles worldwide, as his playing style fits well into the mic and his low lip rolls create real sub-bass.

D-Low

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Dan Louis / D-Low is a professional beatboxer from England who has become famous for his special sounds and aggressive presentation in battles. Dan lives in the south-west of England, in the city of Swindon. Popularity came to him back in 2015 after an application for the world Grand Beatbox Battle, where he amazed everyone with his special sounds and unusual presentation, but he never got to the battle itself. In 2015 and 2018, he took part in the World Beatbox Battle Championship, but did not make it to the Top 16.

D-Low – Hip-Hop Freestyle Beatbox Insanity

D-Low became interested in beatboxers almost immediately after his bid for the 2015 World Championship, where he demonstrated unusual techniques and sounds. Confident presentation, a bunch of incomprehensible sounds, interesting combinations – all this creates the D-Low style. Dan does not stand still and continues to develop his style. For example, he squandered his Inward Bass into a crazy sound that’s hard to replicate.

TWO.H

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Yeon Hong Ha / Two.H is a professional beatboxer from South Korea, participant in various battles and events, has prizes and titles. He participated in the Grand Beatbox Battle in 2017, where he did not take prizes, but in 2019 he re-entered the Grand Beatbox Battle 2020 (which has been postponed for now).

Two.H – Break It Down

Two.H has a very fine sense of music and rhythm. Each sound and bass is in the right place, creating a special beat structure, not like the previous one. Two.H has an ominous sounding bass in its arsenal, hence the name – Dino Bass.

TRUNG BAO

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Trung Bao is a visual artist, professional beatboxer from Vietnam, and is a member of the creative design studio Fustic. Trung Bao became famous for his unusual wildcards at the Grand Beatbox Battle. His applications have received millions of views. His girlfriend Chiwawa is also active in beatboxing and together they form the Bawa team.

Trung Bao – Lazer


Unusual flow, many special sounds, complex combinations and full-fledged compositions – this is all Trung Bao. The guy is actively expanding the scope of his style with even more complex sounds and techniques.

KING INERTIA

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Rome / King Inertia is a professional beatboxer from Rhode Island (USA), who made a name for himself in the online community Teamspeak, later on numerous recordings on Beatbox Television and Swissbeatbox. King Inertia fought his first battle at the Boston Beatbox Battle in 2015, then the Midwest Beatbox Battle and the American Beatbox Championship.

King Inertia – Trap Science

King Inertia almost always uses Inward Bass in beats. Combined with musicality, his beatbox is very powerful. After listening to his routines a couple of times, one can confidently distinguish his performance from any other.

SHOW-GO

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Shogo Kai / Show-Go (October 31, 1999) is a professional beatboxer from the northern part of Japan, in the Hokkaido region. Shogo learned about beatboxing at the age of 14 when he looked up beatboxer Hikakin on YouTube. After that he revisited a bunch of beatbox videos. In 2017, Show-Go released their Wildcard at the Grand Beatbox Battle, which took first place.

Show-Go – I’m Back

One thing that sets Show-Go’s beatboxing style apart is its slow tempo spiced with powerful beats and its control over complex sounds. Show-Go has a subtle feel for beatboxing, so each composition is performed in a very musical and original way. One of his most interesting sounds is considered to be his double voice, which has attracted the interest of many beatboxers around the world.

WING

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

WinG is a leading beatboxer from Korea. In early 2017, he officially became the champion by winning the Korean Beatbox Championship, a competition that marked a huge milestone in the Korean beatbox scene. The only battle he has ever fought since KBC 2017 was the Asian Beatboxing Championships, where he and beatboxer Hellcat competed as a team called The Jackpot and finished in 2nd place.

Show-Go – I’m Back

The Winga beatbox sounds structured and consistent, where each beat is built into a complete composition. This approach is more professional.

BABELI

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Robin Calderolla / Babeli is an internationally renowned beatboxer from Marburg, Germany. He started beatboxing at age 14. Five years later, Babeli took part in his first battle at the German beatboxing championship in 2011, where he won first place. In 2015, Babeli participated in the World Championship, finishing in the TOP 16 in the world, losing to the vice-champion Napom in the semifinals.

Babeli – Landing

Babeli’s style reflects the mix of new and old beatbox well. The softness and abstractness of the beats create a special atmosphere. His composition Landing fully reflects his entire beatboxing style. Various clicks and techniques set Babeli apart from many beatboxers.

BLOOMER

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Bjorn Hunstad / Bloomer is an American beatboxer from Northwest Minnesota who started beatboxing at the age of 14. He only started practicing when a friend of his brother started to beatbox.

Bloomer – Dark Hype

Bloomera’s angular, solid and slightly wobbly beatbox makes him one of the most original beatboxers of recent years. The combination of his labial bass and crisp base sounds combined with light accents in every beat sound very unusual. To understand his philosophy of beatboxing, you need to listen to several of his works.

10 unique beatboxer styles

Beatboxing is constantly evolving, each artist strives to bring something of his own, to be remembered with a special style, sounds. Sometimes you listen to new tracks and no doubt you recognize their author. Catch a selection of ten beatboxers with a special style of performance.

The style is made up of many factors, such as: special sounds, combinations, unusual techniques, beatings, combinations, compositions, accents. All this creates a special “signature” of each beatboxer.

Reeps one

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Harry Eff / Reeps One (18 November 1989) is a professional beatboxer from England, a participant in many battles and beatboxing events, a UK beatbox champion, as well as an artist and chess player.

At the age of 14, Harry decided to associate himself with beatboxing, since it was not very good to play musical instruments. As he grew up, he began to think about how to visualize beatboxing, and this is how he became acquainted with the cymatics that brought him fame.

Reeps One – Rattling My Chain

Since 2010, Harry has been developing a special beatboxing technique that relied on a specific pronunciation of percussion sounds. He also carved such a multifaceted throat bass that they cannot repeat it. Combined with its unusual technique and throaty bass, Reeps One has got the most unique style in the world of beatboxing, which will be easily defined by almost all beatboxers on the planet. We can say that Harry got ahead of the perception and vision of beatbox for many years to come and set the bar high in terms of the quality of the final material.

Napom

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Neil Patrick Meadows / Napom was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he discovered beatboxing in 2011 at age 16. He found that this art form allowed him to open new doors in music, and every day he continued to push his talent and ability to the next level. Napom has become a beatbox icon, teacher and staff performer who has inspired other musicians around the world. His style and deep bass amaze people all over the world. Now based in New York City, Napom aims to push the boundaries of the human body and spread this art and culture around the world.

Napom – Bass Electro

Napom became known for the density, versatility, and fullness of his music. Added to his unusual beats are powerful lip rolls that make his flow unique. Napom has won numerous battles worldwide, as his playing style fits well into the mic and his low lip rolls create real sub-bass.

D-Low

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Dan Louis / D-Low is a professional beatboxer from England who has become famous for his special sounds and aggressive presentation in battles. Dan lives in the south-west of England, in the city of Swindon. Popularity came to him back in 2015 after an application for the world Grand Beatbox Battle, where he amazed everyone with his special sounds and unusual presentation, but he never got to the battle itself. In 2015 and 2018, he took part in the World Beatbox Battle Championship, but did not make it to the Top 16.

D-Low – Hip-Hop Freestyle Beatbox Insanity

D-Low became interested in beatboxers almost immediately after his bid for the 2015 World Championship, where he demonstrated unusual techniques and sounds. Confident presentation, a bunch of incomprehensible sounds, interesting combinations – all this creates the D-Low style. Dan does not stand still and continues to develop his style. For example, he squandered his Inward Bass into a crazy sound that’s hard to replicate.

TWO.H

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Yeon Hong Ha / Two.H is a professional beatboxer from South Korea, participant in various battles and events, has prizes and titles. He participated in the Grand Beatbox Battle in 2017, where he did not take prizes, but in 2019 he re-entered the Grand Beatbox Battle 2020 (which has been postponed for now).

Two.H – Break It Down

Two.H has a very fine sense of music and rhythm. Each sound and bass is in the right place, creating a special beat structure, not like the previous one. Two.H has an ominous sounding bass in its arsenal, hence the name – Dino Bass.

TRUNG BAO

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Trung Bao is a visual artist, professional beatboxer from Vietnam, and is a member of the creative design studio Fustic. Trung Bao became famous for his unusual wildcards at the Grand Beatbox Battle. His applications have received millions of views. His girlfriend Chiwawa is also active in beatboxing and together they form the Bawa team.

Trung Bao – Lazer


Unusual flow, many special sounds, complex combinations and full-fledged compositions – this is all Trung Bao. The guy is actively expanding the scope of his style with even more complex sounds and techniques.

KING INERTIA

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Rome / King Inertia is a professional beatboxer from Rhode Island (USA), who made a name for himself in the online community Teamspeak, later on numerous recordings on Beatbox Television and Swissbeatbox. King Inertia fought his first battle at the Boston Beatbox Battle in 2015, then the Midwest Beatbox Battle and the American Beatbox Championship.

King Inertia – Trap Science

King Inertia almost always uses Inward Bass in beats. Combined with musicality, his beatbox is very powerful. After listening to his routines a couple of times, one can confidently distinguish his performance from any other.

SHOW-GO

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Shogo Kai / Show-Go (October 31, 1999) is a professional beatboxer from the northern part of Japan, in the Hokkaido region. Shogo learned about beatboxing at the age of 14 when he looked up beatboxer Hikakin on YouTube. After that he revisited a bunch of beatbox videos. In 2017, Show-Go released their Wildcard at the Grand Beatbox Battle, which took first place.

Show-Go – I’m Back

One thing that sets Show-Go’s beatboxing style apart is its slow tempo spiced with powerful beats and its control over complex sounds. Show-Go has a subtle feel for beatboxing, so each composition is performed in a very musical and original way. One of his most interesting sounds is considered to be his double voice, which has attracted the interest of many beatboxers around the world.

WING

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

WinG is a leading beatboxer from Korea. In early 2017, he officially became the champion by winning the Korean Beatbox Championship, a competition that marked a huge milestone in the Korean beatbox scene. The only battle he has ever fought since KBC 2017 was the Asian Beatboxing Championships, where he and beatboxer Hellcat competed as a team called The Jackpot and finished in 2nd place.

Show-Go – I’m Back

The Winga beatbox sounds structured and consistent, where each beat is built into a complete composition. This approach is more professional.

BABELI

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Robin Calderolla / Babeli is an internationally renowned beatboxer from Marburg, Germany. He started beatboxing at age 14. Five years later, Babeli took part in his first battle at the German beatboxing championship in 2011, where he won first place. In 2015, Babeli participated in the World Championship, finishing in the TOP 16 in the world, losing to the vice-champion Napom in the semifinals.

Babeli – Landing

Babeli’s style reflects the mix of new and old beatbox well. The softness and abstractness of the beats create a special atmosphere. His composition Landing fully reflects his entire beatboxing style. Various clicks and techniques set Babeli apart from many beatboxers.

BLOOMER

Photo: Daniel Murray Studio

Bjorn Hunstad / Bloomer is an American beatboxer from Northwest Minnesota who started beatboxing at the age of 14. He only started practicing when a friend of his brother started to beatbox.

Bloomer – Dark Hype

Bloomera’s angular, solid and slightly wobbly beatbox makes him one of the most original beatboxers of recent years. The combination of his labial bass and crisp base sounds combined with light accents in every beat sound very unusual. To understand his philosophy of beatboxing, you need to listen to several of his works.

How To Make Saxophone with Mouth – Beatbox Tutorial

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Esh! guys, My name is Prayertitus the CEO and Manager of realgeeks.com.ng am here with a fresh tutorial on how to make human Realistic saxophone with mouth. This is my personal tutorial. although am not a pro beatboxer but av got this :D.watch my sax sample

 

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How to make Saxophone with Mouth (Just Your Mouth)

Am going to teach you in just 4 easy steps.

Step 1

make o-shape mouth like you want blow whistle.

Step 2

Make Falsetto Sound, (your Highest Breathy voice).

Step 3

Combine Step 1 and Step 2 (Blow Falsetto instead of whistle)

Bonus step 1

Curve your hand on on one side of your mouth (Like Picture Below)

This will control the air coming out of your mouth and also gives more power to your saxophone.

Bonus step 2

add tongue roll/tongue bass while transitioning from one note to another.

Bonus step 3

Add some vibrato while blowing long note.

Bonus step 4

subscribe to my Youtube channel so that I can drop the video.

Convos Lyrics By NaffyMar

NaffyMar – Convos Lyrics

Question:
Dear Naffy,
I’m writing you from a very low place.
What do you do when you’re saved
but you wrestle with so many thoughts in your head?
thoughts of fear, not being good enough… because I feel so tired.
Sometimes I feel like jumping in front of a moving vehicle and just ending it all to be honest

Battles in my head
It’s happening real-time
Many pictures in contest

I’m a success
But these lies everywhere
Tempting me to questionnaire

So much to say
But the words ain’t coming
I’m trynna pray
It is soo overwhelming

I believe in who you are
But I wanna come home
This world is too cold
I feel soo alone

I know I know, you there for me
I know I know, you comfort me
I know I know, you guiding me
you strengthen me, all I need

I know I know, you there for me
I know I know, you comfort me
I know I know, you guiding me
strengthen me, you’re all I need

You know it’s worth it
You gotta be bold
You gonna walk through this fire
and you coming out gold

You know it’s worth it
You gotta be bold
You gonna walk through this fire
and you coming out gold

when I feel tired and lost
I just dig deep in your word and I draw
Cos the true comfort I found in you
‘lay it all down and I cast my cares on you

when I feel tired and lost
I just dig deep in your word and I draw
Cos the true comfort I’ve found in you
lay it all down and I cast my cares on you

I know I know, you there for me
I know I know, you comfort me
I know I know, you guiding me
you strengthen me, all I need

I know I know, you there for me
I know I know, you comfort me
I know I know, you guiding me
strengthen me, you’re all I need

Response:
listen I literally stood up one day and I said to myself.
I’m not going to listen to the lies of the Devil!
I know WHO I AM, I KNOW GOD’S WORD
and I’ll believe it and trust in him so yeah..

I know it’s worth it
I’mma be bold
I’mma walk through this fire
and I’m coming out gold

I know it’s worth it
I’mma be bold
I’mma walk through this fire
and I’m coming out gold

I know it’s worth it..

Ignite Lyrics by Blessing Osaghae

Ignite Lyrics by Blessing Osaghae

Blessing Osaghae – Ignite Lyrics

Fresh Fire fall down
All consuming Fire
Fill me
Burn
Ignite

Ignite me
Ignite me
Fill me
Burn
Ignite

Fresh Fire fall down
All consuming Fire
Fill me
Burn
Ignite

Ignite me
Ignite me
Fill me
Burn
Ignite

Fresh Fire fall down
All consuming Fire
Fill me
Burn
Ignite

Ignite me
Ignite me
Fill me
Burn
Ignite

[Repeat]

Do Me Well mp3 lyrics by Tope Matthew

Tope Matthew - Do Me Well mp3 lyrics

Tope Matthew – Do Me Well mp3 lyrics

[Verse 1]
Long time ago when I dey for ghetto You say make I call You go pick up the call
Now Baba God You don pick up my call oh, You say make knock You go open the door
Say make I ask You go bless me oh now I don come to give You all the glory oh.

[Chorus]
You do me well oh Papa You do me well oh, (2x)
Anytime I call You pick my call oh papa You do me well oh, (2x)

[Verse 2]
Papa God Papa God na You say make
I call if I call You go bless me eeh now You don do am ohh,
Family and friends deh fail me but
I give God all the glory eeh na na na You do me well ohh (2x)

[Chorus]
You do me well oh papa You do me well oh (2x)
anytime I call You pick my call oh papa You do me well (2x)
You no deh fail oh papa You no deh fail oh (2x)
Things You deh do deh burst my head oh papa You no deh fail oh (2x)

[Verse 1]
Long time ago when I dey for ghetto You say make I call You go pick up the call
Now Baba God You don pick up my call oh, You say make knock You go open the door
Say make I ask You go bless me oh now I don come to give You all the glory oh.

Download Do Me Well By Tope Matthew (MP3)