Alem (beatboxer)

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Musical artist

Maël Gayaud (Lyon, 25 March 1992) mostly known as Alem is a professional French beatboxer. [1][2] He was the 2015 world beatboxing champion after in 2014 he eventually lost the final to the Bulgarian beatboxer Skiller.[2][3]