Beatboxing World Records

6 Records Found

01:58 United States

Most Beatbox Beats In 10 Seconds

Austin Hoover

Austin J. made 156 beatbox beats in 10 seconds.

01:33 United States

Longest "Single Breath" Beatbox

Chris Sullivan

Chris “Shockwave” Sullivan beatboxed for 1 minute and 6.8 seconds using only one breath. Sullivan set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses. #WRAS17 #RecordSetterBook01

02:28 United States

Most Fortune Cookie Sayings Said In Two Minutes Over A Beatbox Soundtrack

Reggie Watts

Reggie Watts said 12 fortune cookie sayings in two minutes over a live, self-generated soundtrack. Watts created a live, looping multi-track vocal beat using only his mouth before he began the sayings. The record was set at a World Record Appreciation Society event held at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses. [#WRAS12][]#celebpick

00:29 United States

Longest Time To Perform Seven-Ball Force Bounces While Standing On A Ladder And Beatboxing

Bronkar Lee

Bronkar Lee performed seven-ball force bounces for 8.31 seconds while standing on a ladder and beatboxing.

00:34 United States

Most Instruments Beatboxed In A 4-Beat Measure

Adam Matta

BeatboxerAdam Matta delivered 17 different vocal instruments in a 4-beat measure, a new world record. The tempo of the performance was approximately 86 BPM. Matta performed the feat at a World Record Appreciation Society event in New York City on February 11, 2009. It took place at Pianos, a Lower East Side bar. Dan Rollman was present to time and count the instruments. INSTRUMENTS BEATBOXED: kick drum, floor tom, mid-tom, hi-tom, hi-hat, 808 snare, horn hit ‘sample’, vocal scratch/turntable, inward hand clap snare, upright bass, trumpet, metal guitar, truck horn, trap snare roll, vocal bass, throat singing, crash cymbal. [#WRAS03][]

00:34 United States

Most Instruments Beatboxed In A 4-Beat Measure

Adam Matta

BeatboxerAdam Matta delivered 17 different vocal instruments in a 4-beat measure, a new world record. The tempo of the performance was approximately 86 BPM. Matta performed the feat at a World Record Appreciation Society event in New York City on February 11, 2009. It took place at Pianos, a Lower East Side bar. Dan Rollman was present to time and count the instruments. INSTRUMENTS BEATBOXED: kick drum, floor tom, mid-tom, hi-tom, hi-hat, 808 snare, horn hit ‘sample’, vocal scratch/turntable, inward hand clap snare, upright bass, trumpet, metal guitar, truck horn, trap snare roll, vocal bass, throat singing, crash cymbal. [#WRAS03][]

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