Lianhart – one of the most promising up and coming creative forces in the U.K. The 6’5 producer, songwriter, vocalist and human beatbox extraordinaire’s career has been going from strength to strength. At the age of 18, along with another 3 champs, he beat off fierce competition from beatboxers around the world and represented England and providing the sound for a Motorola advert.
Two years later Lianhart went on to lend his multi-vocal ability to soft drink giants Coca Cola in their “The Real Band” football campaign where he also appeared on the front page of "Music Week". Prior to that he studied for two years at The British Academy of New Music (BANM) whose patron is the world renowned musical genius Sir George Martin.
Lianhart has performed at many prominent venues and events across the UK, like the Bafta, Cardiff Stadium, The Royal Festival Hall, Cargo and The Rise Festival with the Mitchell Brothers, Kano, Lemar and Terri Walker. He is no stranger to the stage at Ministry of Sound where he has performed on several occasions, including performances during Smoove Live.
He has also graced our radio waves many times, including an ultra slick performance on Ras Kwame’s 100% Homegrown Show on Radio 1 Xtra. Having secured an acting place in the brand new West-end smash musical ‘Daddy Cool’, inspired by the legendary Boney M, Lianhart has now become the first professional beatboxer to bring this abstract art form to the West-end.