Video: Baby beat boxes with her uncle
The baby girl was watching her uncle beatboxing and decided to give it a go herself
Friday 27 December 2013
Could we have a future beatbox champion in the making? If this this video is anything to go by, then the answer is a firm 'yes'.
A video of a one-year-old baby beatboxing has gone viral, amassing over one million views on YouTube. The short 20-second video was uploaded by the user 'iLLyNoiiZe' and shows the baby's uncle beatboxing while holding his niece.
In the video description iLLyNoiiZe says: "My niece is almost 1 year old, and she can finally beatbox!"
The baby girl watches her uncle carefully as he performs the percussion sounds using his mouth, once he has finished she then contributes by making a spitting noise directed towards him.
Her attempt at beatboxing drew laughter and claps from both her uncle and all those off-camera who were watching. The video finishes with the baby's uncle saying "thank you! thank you!" for their beatbox duet.
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