Beatbox Brilliance: Tom Thum at TEDxSydney

July 16th, 2013

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What The Guardian UK calls a person who “appears to have swallowed an entire orchestra and several backing singers,” Tom Thum, the self-proclaimed “versatile voicebox” performed at the University of Sydney-hosted TEDxtalk event and wowed thousands of Aussies and millions on YouTube with his vocal repertoire.

The viral video has earned Thum a few million fans all around the globe and is posted below.

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