Ok, #1: Beauty. (Duh- your standard Miss America staple). #2: Yodeling. Um, yeah, you read right. #3. Ventriloquism. Yikes. What the hell was her pageant coach thinking?
You can never start 'em too young. Chinese kids are raised on the violin or piano. Brazilian kids play soccer from birth. And then there's P-Nut. He's only 7-years-old and he's been working at becoming a household name in the Memphis hop hop scene since the young age of 4.
The World Science Festival's "Notes & Neurons: In Search of the Common Chorus" asks: Is our response to music hard-wired or culturally determined?
MY god, this kid has got range! Watch as he imitates a crap load of different vehicle sounds. (The good stuff starts about 23 seconds in). My personal favorite would have to be his dirt bike impression, around 1:57.
WonderHowTo World, Luv and Music, features the latest YouTube sensation, Lady Gaga-killer, Greyson Chance:
That's up for debate... Maybe Li Yu Chun isn't better than the legend herself, but damn. He is amazing. I'm moved. Transported me right back to The Bodyguard.
A Merry Christmas beatbox medley, courtesy of 19-year old Daichi, YouTube's favorite Japanese beatboxer. Daichi also makes some fabulous looking HowTo's, but unfortunately they're in Japanese only.
Well, the online beatbox world champion. Still, pretty incredible, considering the title winner is a cute 17-year-old girl hailing from Canada.
There are very few legends in this world. When it comes to beatboxing, Doug E Fresh is the O.G. legend. Below is an old school video of Fresh with Slick Rick performing 'La Di Da Di' in New York. At 3:52 Fresh goes off the hook, so be patient. There are very few legends in this world.