Dharni Ng is a Poland-based homegrown beatboxer who has won various accolades since he picked up the craft at a tender age of 15, including the The Grand Beatbox Battle Championship two times in a row.
What did you have to fight against to become a GAME CHANGER?
I used to busk on the streets for hours back when I was 16 and got numerous abrasions as I was wearing braces then. My family thought it was merely a phase in my life while my schoolmates didn’t believe in me either, but I took it in my stride and that only served to push me further.
What is your defining moment as a GAME CHANGER?
My defining moment would be when I lost in a beatboxing competition in 2012. Things didn’t go as planned but I never gave up. I told myself to accept the challenge. As a result of that, I went on to win first place in the most prestigious international battle for the next two consecutive years.
What will be your advice to others?
Keep fighting for what you want. Don't waste your time dwelling on the downs because the only way is up. There's always going to be setbacks; some might have it even worse. Have a vision, and do not give any excuses.