Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Beatbox Kid Lucky on Astor Place today

[Bobby Williams]

[John Marshall Mantel]

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kid Lucky is THE BEST.

Anonymous said...

this guy is an utter waste of soundwaves. Keep these bad impulses to your bedroom, nostalgic for the 80's, wanna-be fantasies.

Marty Wombacher said...

@Anonymous 10:29 PM: At least he has the balls to go out and do his thing. It's awful easy to be a critic. What do you do? Nice shots, Bobby.

Anonymous said...

someone should have him and the chillmaster run a nite sure a lot of people would enjoy the groove that would be a great way for the weekends

Uncle Waltie said...

That girl has some nice butt cheeks.

Anonymous said...

Screw Kid Lucky, more shots of the redhead!

Anonymous said...

Hey Marty,
I bet you don't work right on Astor Place and have to listen to his incessant, daily, sonic stupor.
In these moments I miss the Giuliani era. But only in these moments.

Bucket Flusher said...

Wait no Fly? Zero Content 4 life!

Matt said...

Kid Lucky rules. Stick an earplug in it, haters

Anonymous said...

Street performers are needed in NYC and that is evident by people giving money to support it. From what I have seen from street performers is they are nice to the public when chldren pass by they take extra time to do something for the children. They are always thankful, and truth be told they could be a great revenue for the city of NY if the politicians were really smart about it.some of these guys including this beatboxer (who I love to see anytime I pass astor place) make a lot of money. Support NYC street performers!

Goggla said...

What Matt said. Glad to see Lucky doing his thing, being creative and entertaining, and showing some NYC personality.

blue glass said...

i've walked by this guy twice this week and i must say that i can't stand this guy's performance material (music?).
the other day he had a friend performing with him.
while i have no right to choose what street performers do, the loudness of this guy's amplification gave me a headache.
there is enough noise in this city now, 24-hours-a-day.
couldn't some folks tone it down a bit. not all of us have gone deaf. thus guy could make that happen.