The cartoon beatboxes revolution is already happening.
But this one is different: it’s coming from the tech world.
In a new report published on Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal said that Apple has teamed up with one of the most prolific beatbox artists in the world to create the first-ever Beatbox Challenge, which will compete on Apple’s iTunes Music Store for a $1 million prize.
Apple will use a $250,000 seed round to fund the new challenge, which was created by the cartoon beat-box legend, Kevin Krakauer.
In addition to providing an opportunity to showcase beatboxing to millions of potential subscribers, Apple will also use the seed round for other digital and social media marketing opportunities.
In a statement released to Recode, Krakauers team said:Beatbox is a wildly popular video game genre that draws inspiration from classic cartoons and video games.
This new beatboxing challenge will challenge our audience to create and submit original video games to compete against each other on iTunes.
As one of Apple’s most popular music services, Beatbox has an amazing audience of over 8.6 million subscribers, and millions of people watch over 6 million videos each month.
The beatboxing genre is a genre that has grown in popularity in recent years.
It’s been popular on YouTube and Twitch and has made waves across the tech and media industries.
This challenge will help to build a brand for the beatbox genre that is globally recognized, relevant, and engaging.
Beatboxing has evolved over the years, and it’s only going to get bigger as digital and video gaming evolve.
Apple’s Beatbox Team is excited to be working with Kevin to develop this new beatbox challenge.
“We believe that this new breed of beatboxing is ready to take on the world,” Apple said in a statement to Recoded.
“We look forward to seeing the first beatbox challenges from our Beatbox team and will be partnering with them to create even more interesting and entertaining entertainment.”
Apple is currently planning to launch a new streaming service called Beats 1, which is being developed by Beats 1’s own Beats Music division.
Apple has also been working with other big name labels and labels have been collaborating with Apple on Beats 1.
This partnership is a big step forward for the genre and Apple.
Apple has previously partnered with some of the world’s most successful artists in order to promote Beats 1 and Beats 1 Music.
The Beats Music network will also offer an Apple Music subscription service, Apple Music Pass.
In addition to Beats 1 the Beats Music app is available for both iPhone and iPad and features a variety of content including music, podcasts, movies, TV shows, and more.
Apple will continue to support Beats 1 as a streaming service and iTunes Store.
The Beats Music subscription will cost $8.99 per month.
Beats 1 will cost an extra $10 per month for iPhone users who have an Apple TV.
The service is available to new Apple TV owners.