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Help get King Homeboy to the BEATBOX WORLD CHAMPS 2015

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Six time New Zealand Beat Boxing Champion, King HomeBoy invited to represent New Zealand at the World Beat Boxing Competition Germany 2015.

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King HomeBoy is New Zealands Beat Boxing Champion who holds the World Record for the longest Beat boxing marathon of 34 hours, New Zealand Champion for six years and currently ranks second in the US Beat Rhyme Championships 2014. Wellington born and bred he is a past Saint Patricks student who found his passion for beatboxing at the age of 16 years old.

He has grown up busking on the streets of Wellington City and then Palmerston North to develop the skills he calls his "vocal kung-fu"

King HomeBoy has the opportunity to represent New Zealand and attend the World Beat Boxing Championships in Berlin, Germany 29 May - 1 June 2015

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  • Nix

    Nix on 21 Mar 2015

    $20

    Best of luck.

    $20

  • Katherine

    Katherine on 21 Mar 2015

    $3

    Good luck! You are awesome!

    $3

  • Levi

    Levi on 21 Mar 2015

    $10

    Smash it man

    $10

  • James tapper

    James tapper on 20 Mar 2015

    $10

    All the best king homeboy. Love listening to you on Cuba St. Always a pleasure and never a chore.

    $10

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 20 Mar 2015

    $10

    $10


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