Beardyman to appear on The Late Late Show

Renowned London-based beatboxer Beardyman is due to perform on tomorrow night's show with Ryan Tubridy.

27-year-old Beardyman (real name Darren Foreman) is a veritable revolutionary in the oft underrated fifth element of hip hop, attracting quite the crowd at last year's Glastonbury festival. Hot Press will be catching up with the beatboxing whiz kid while he's in town, so look out for an interview in an upcoming issue.


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