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Vocal percussionist and beatboxer Dominic Earle Shodekeh Talifero, widely referred to as Shodekeh, is planning to record his debut album, ‘Muse,’ this fall. To do that, however, he needs $20,000.
As Shodekeh writes on his Kickstarter page, beatboxing is more than “a tool for creating music compositions.” He says that as “one of the most advanced vocal art forms on the planet,” the goal of beatboxing “is to create simultaneous musical sections and fuse them through a single effort. A beatboxer such as myself may encompass the drums, the turntable sound, the didgeridoo, the entire orchestra if need be.”
Shodekeh, who is originally from Washington, D.C., stayed in Baltimore after attending Coppin State University. He has performed at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall as well as the annual High Zero Festival, which Digital Harbor Foundation co-executive director Shelly Blake-Plock helps organize.
Watch Shodekeh’s Kickstarter video:
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