After giving us a gross, but fascinating view of his talented vocal chords using an endoscope, beatboxer Tom Thum subjected himself to a claustrophobia-inducing MRI tube and headcage to get a look at how things work inside his face, neck, nose, and throat.
If you thought the expressions beatboxers make while producing sounds were weird, wait till you get a load of this. Tom Thum allowed a doctor to place an endoscopic camera with a view of his throat while he beatboxed. The video is equal parts fascinating and disgusting.
Beatboxer MB14 turns in an epic performance of Coolio’s classic by layering loops of his own voice to create not only the beats and scratches, but the iconic choral parts. He would later go on to use the same track to win his way to a spot onto the French version of The Voice.