Talented Street Performer Uses Trash To Create Music
Busking is a hard gig to perform, but with so many talented and educated musicians out there in search for a job that will include their favorite instrument, busking is the only way they can make a living out of their education.
Usually, when people think of buskers, they think of contortionists, jugglers and flame blowers at fairs. But anyone who has ever performed an art of some kind in public for gratuities is considered busking. Most of them just play music to soothe the senses, but sometimes, a talent like this guy come along that will excited those senses and make you tip out your wallet in his gratuities box, then ask for more.
A talented percussionist was captured on the streets of Tokyo, playing his percussions made of nothing more than a few empty buckets and water pipes. He beats those overturned buckets like they are the finest drums ever made by man’s hand, while making sick sound with those pipes, taking you to a ceremony in some remote African village. He proves that making music takes only talent, everything else is just a tool.
Check out this <a href="https://rumble.com/v3ctb7-amazing-violinist-street-performer.html” target="_blank">street artist</a> using trash to create a super sick beat. Amazing!
While you are here, be sure to check out these amazing <a href="https://rumble.com/v3evtx-street-artists-entertain-locals-in-budapest.html” target="_blank">buskers in Budapest</a>! They spend the day entertaining the people that take a rest on the park benches or just pass by. Their relaxing music is really something special, and it's a beautiful addition to the peaceful surroundings.