Beatboxing is a form of vocal percussion using the mouth, lips, tongue, and voice. Various forms of beatboxing has existed for centuries. The more current form of beatboxing arrived with the hip-hop culture during the 1970s and 1980s. Human beatboxing is a musical system that does not rely on linguistic rules.
A father-daughter bond kept tight by beatboxing by Liyna Anwar, an NPR webpage, July 13, 2018.
Beatboxer Finds New Sound in Opera by Chicago Composer by Angel Idowu @ News WTTW, December 2, 2019.
Beatboxing, mashups, and cyborg identity: folk music for the Twenty-first Century, by Tok Thompson. Western Folklore, v.70, no.2 (Spring 2011), pp.171-193.
Breaking Down the Beat: the art and science of beatboxing by Reed Blaylock, Nimisha Patil, Timothy Greer, Shrikanth Narayanan. University of Southern California Speech Production and Articulation Knowledge Group.
Human beatboxing: physiological aspects of drum imitation by Alexis Dehais-Underdown, Paul Vignes, Lise Crevier-Buchman, Didier Demolin. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 150, A189 (2021). Acoustical Society of America. Meeting abstract.
Inside the rhythm and the rhyme of beatboxing: [Metropolitan Desk] by Britta Lokting. New York Times. November 10, 2019, p.MB.7.
"Make the music with your mouth": sonic subjectivity and post-modern identity formations in beatboxing by Shante Paradigm Smalls. Lateral: Journal of the Cultural Studies Association, issue 3 (2014), Queer the Noise.
Top music school offers degree in beatboxing: news in brief education. The Independent (London), September 17, 2014, News section, p.28.