Kenny Muhammad

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Kenny Charles Correll (born December 3, 1968), better known for his stage name Kenny Muhammad, The Human Orchestra or Dr Beatbender is a US Beatbox artist from Far Rockaway, New York. Through his association with the New York City Symphony,[1] whose principal conductor David Eaton composed the track Kenny's Joy for him,[2][3] he was given the nickname The Human Orchestra. He is considered one of the greats of beatboxing.[4] In addition to appearing in TV shows and commercials, he collaborated with other beatboxing greats such as Rahzel.

A car accident that punctured his left lung left no permanent damage.



It's Showtime at the Apollo (theater in Harlem, New York)

"Amature Night"

8 February, 1992

https://www.historicfilms.com/tapes/45605

(min. 31:39)

https://youtu.be/SpGP45s6VBI


Kenny Muhammad appears on the Jay Lenno Show:

(NBC's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno from 1992 to 2009)

https://youtu.be/55C0RirU3yA?t=37


High School of Art and Design (2023)


Kenny Muhammad performs Kenny's Joy with the orchestra New York Symphony conducted by David Eaton.

https://youtu.be/55C0RirU3yA?t=89



30 Seconds to Fame US television series, Fox Network (from July 17, 2002 to June 26, 2003) (hosted by Craig Jackson)

https://youtu.be/yHgeDjIXJ3Y

https://youtu.be/l7R5BWBy5b4


Stan Lee's Superhuman - Super Sound Episode Season 1, episode 3 "Hammer Head" August 19, 2010 Kenny Muhammad, aka "The Human Orchestra"

https://youtu.be/fW6devXUWNY





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