Love, Peace And Beatbox


Sharper. Press your

lips together hard.

Ever heard of Beatboxing?

- No.

Or Beatboxers?

- No.

Human Beatbox?

I don't... Oh, right, yes.

Making beatbox sounds.

Making noises with your mouth.

A kind of microphone art...

Done with the voice. And

it's heavy on the beat.

A sort of rhythm group

with mouth-made beats.

No, what's that? Beat... what?

Hi, there!

Welcome to my pastures!

That's my dog, Toby.

Sit! Very obedient, huh?

Mostly cooped up inside

Now we're out on the streets

All around, far and wide

Everyone's rockin' to Wetlipz' beats

I'm Wetlipz, from the

And I'm thrilled to be here...

Out in the sun...

This is Pirat.

Go on!

- I'm Pirat MC of Berlinutz.

We do Hip-Hop and Rap,

usually with these guys.

That's it...

- And we're having a beer.

You know, Beatboxing...

When I started in 1999, 2000,

people sounded like this.

Mostly crap. Then I heard

Rahzel and Killa Kela,

and I was like, "Amazing!

I want to do that!"

Beatbox was so new people

thought it was a martial art.

"Oh, really, Beatboxing?

Can I see a move?"

"You don't do moves, you make beats. "

That's how it was till about 2003, 2004.

In the first battles I was in, it

was mostly Old School Beatboxing.

Basically pretty basic

stuff, you know, like this...

Doing that well,

maybe adding...

...a bit of scratching or melody,

was enough to win a battle.

If the show was good, at least.

The show counted more then.

Today you'll go to a battle

and some 18-year-old...

...will rattle something

off like a machine.

It sounds cool, sure,

but it's almost... freaky.

That's what I'd call

New School Beatbox.

Mando, my 4XSample Crew homie,

was German Champion in 2006.

And he's very good, of course.

And what can I say? I'm sure

he'll win this year, too...

But it'll be harder this time.




The German Beatbox

Mando from Berlin!

Mando, come on and join

us up here on the stage!

Mando, from the

the new German Human

Beatbox Champion!


You won the Fourth German

Championship! Here's your certificate.

Now the winner will serve up

some beats with the golden mike!

We need the blue cable, guys!

Looks like it works. Thanks!

- All right!

We need to set up for later.

When I give a workshop, one

of the main things I try to do

is tell people about what Hip-Hop is,

what its origins are and what it means.

There are five

elements to Hip-Hop.

First of all the DJs, the

guys on the turntables,

Then there's the MC,

the Master of Ceremonies.

That's something a lot

of newcomers don't know.

And then...

Next there's Breakdance.

Breakdance is a word

the media coined, though.

The real term for Breakdance

is actually "b-boying. "

But the media dubbed it Breakdancing,

so we'll use that term for the moment.

Then there's graffiti...

Some call it vandalism,

but we disagree.

Sure, there are jerks who scratch

their tag into every glass pane around.

You can't even read them.

To me, that is vandalism.

And there's Beatboxing,

the fifth element.

We had to fight hard to get it

officially recognized as such.

About three years ago we won,

and now it's the fifth element.

Wait... How did that go again?


Let's hear some Rap.

Wherever in Berlin that I go The

DJs ain't got soul, ain't got flow

All the stuff that I'm

hearin' Is so shitty and dreary

Every jerk thinks he's

king Even kids of ten

Not yet in their teens

Get f***ed up in this scene

The system's a b*tch Every

jerk wants to get rich

Pen bad rhymes about tits and

speed And call himself an MC

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