Marv Radio the musical sensation who turned his life around through beatboxing

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Marv Radio the musical sensation who turned his life around through beatboxing

A beatboxer from Hackney is using his battles with depression and his journey to recovery as inspiration for a new performance at the Camden Fringe.

Marv Radio's show Mantra documents how finding hip hop helped him get back in touch with himself. Marv has been telling me more, but first lets take a look at a clip.

Mantra is coming to RADA Studio Theatre as part of Camden Fringe from the 16th – 18th August.

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