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Jaipur’s Got Talent: Meet Beat Boxer Divyansh Kacholia

Jaipur Beat Boxing Boy


Music is a universally loved art. Especially in India music gets a deeper meaning. When we say music, what come to our mind are various musical equipment like violin, piano, drums, synthesizer etc. But there is a Jaipurite boy, Divyansh Kacholia,  who can play almost any music without using any of these equipment's.

The Boy, The Prodigy

The boy, better be called prodigy, is from Vaishali Nagar and can play various music using his lips, tongue, mouth and vocal chords without compromising on the audible experience. This is an art known as beat boxing. The boy has performed many beat boxing shows in Delhi and has just got selected by India got talent on the merit of his performance. When he comes on the stage and starts beat boxing, it is hard to believe that the music is not being played on the instruments. He can imitate the music of any song using beat boxing.

A hobby turned into an art

According to him initially the art started as a common hobby while he was in eighth grade. He used to  “show his repercussion skills on a bench” and would try to imitate the voice of drum with his mouth. It was only in ninth grade that he came to know that it is not just a hobby but an art known as beat boxing. Then he started watching YouTube videos and started learning the art informally.

Inspiration from a Bulgarian

Around 4 years back he met a Bulgarian who had been a world champion in beat boxing. The Bulgarian performer was instantly impressed by his skills and motivated him to choose it as a career. He has also performed along with Vineet Vincent the personality credited with giving the art of beat boxing a distinct identity in the county as an art. The parents have also been instrumental in supporting

The legendary recognition

Recognizing his distinct talent the famous singer Meeka Singh uploaded his video on hi official face book page.

Not just a waste of time

Earlier the parents used to think that beat boxing is just a waste of time and he should rather concentrate on studies. It was when he got the appreciation during an audition of Rajasthan got talent that the parents understood the importance of this art and recognized the skills their son possessed. After then they gave him the full support.

Affection with Rajasthani Folk Beats

As a true Jaipurite the singer is extremely devoted to Rajasthani Folk Beats. His dream is tha Rajastahni Folk Beats should get a worldwide recognition. His ambition is to reach such heights that whenever someone talks of beat boxing, his name should be the first come to their minds.

Quick Facts

  • 2010 : Started learning Beat Boxing as an art
  • 2014 : Performed his first stage show
  • 50+: Stage show he has performed till now
  • 2015: Reached the final round of Rajasthan got talent
  • 2015: Announced as winner in Beat box beetle

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