Professional Beatboxer Shodekeh talks on the origins of beatboxing, child-abuse, and neuroscience
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Shodekeh Talifero has embarked on many collaborations over his career as a professional beatboxer - not only with other musicians from a diverse range of backgrounds, but also with neuroscientists as he seeks to reinforce his musical intuition. As a participant in Session 547 | The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation?, the Towson University Department of Dance Faculty spoke to LaMarr about the origins and values of beatboxing, child abuse, the politics of Hip-Hop, and using beatboxing to teach kids math. Listen to the interview and an exclusive beatboxing performance here.

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