15 December 2011

15th December 2011


The Beatbox Nativity is a video written and produced by part-time vicar and beatboxer Gavin Tyte (aka TyTe). His beatbox nativity is becoming a seasonal staple and turned into something of a cult hit when he published his first version last year. He has been beat-boxing since the age of eight and was a professional musician before being ordained. The nativity rap combines his two loves — beat-boxing and the Bible.

2 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Have you announced the results of the quiz yet? My money's on the originator of the vogue to segue one's first and second names into a new identity Flo(rence Griffith) Jo(yner) - now we have everything from Subo, J-Lo, LiLo.

Then there's Coe and Ovett, Usain Bolt, Lord Coe again (nice early photo of him selling off one of his Olympic tickets to the highest bidder - £500 sir? deal.) You've then got Mark Spitz and Dick Fosbury (author of 'the flop').

Keep up the great calendar work!

Mr N-Gri

P.S. I think I may be getting closer to solving the second infant in the BandAid quiz from last year