Tokio Myers: Pianist STUNS the Judges With BRILLIANT Act | Auditions 3 | Britain’s Got Talent 2017

Tokio Myers: Pianist STUNS the Judges With BRILLIANT Act | Auditions 3 | Britain’s Got Talent 2017


Yeah, let’s set up a piano out there. I think about your stuff. [I] [agree]. It’s not rapping in my head Look tokyo. Just understand [okay]. Oh Hello, how are you? I’m very [well]. Thanks a bit nervous. [that’s] all good right. What’s your name? My name is tokyo. Tokyo. Yeah very nice Where are you from I’m from london. Yeah, and how old are you I’m sorry [to] [hennig] nervous You know what would it mean to you to win? a show like Britain’s got talent It will mean the world to me just for my background and everything I’ve kind of been updated to this day I grew up in a really rough estate in London [Northwest] that definitely played a role in You know sticking [up] music. It was just a way of just releasing any kind of negative energy and Putting it into something positive You know sounds really cliche, but playing piano for me. Kept me out of a lot of trouble About 9 years old my dad came home one day with [a] keyboard in a box I remember just playing for hours and hours that same night Really lucky to have been in a situation where I had something else to channel my energy As a kid I used to go to the Royal [Cruiser] music Trying to sneak into some shows I would even sneak in have a little play in the in the rehearsal room I Just remember just being in this place, and it just looks like hogwarts a music or something I knew I couldn’t afford to study. They’re so expensive It’s a really major an effort just work. You know works and works really really hard, then I was offered a full scholarship If I was forget yes, and the judges today, that would be the best moment [of] my life That would be life-changing like you Thank you. Tokyo. Thank you David you had us from the first moment [you] know you could have heard a pin drop in it was really really fantastic. Thank you very much It was literally like a film score. It. Just inspired my imagination when I was listening [to] it. I was going absolutely beautiful Thank you very much. Thank you Really really refreshing and that could have gone anywhere really so well done It’s like a war with the [sovereign] for the first piece was debussy and called the clair De Lune and then I blended into [Ed] Sheeran bloodstream very clever. [we’ve] never really had a man like you [on] the show before and Was this someone that [he] was like your mentor or who in five years yeah, Mr. Morgan he was he was the guy who kind of looked up to it as a kid. You know. He’s in my music teacher Yeah, and if it wasn’t for him guiding me and showing me where I could go I probably wouldn’t be here or doing what I’m doing today, so Yeah I have two beloved television Yesterday come on. Oh, oh yeah without so yes, we’re pretty Understand back here you got for you I like to belong. [I] like his energy [use] [brain] I Know you’re brilliant. Oh, well do not swing much. [oh] Yes, please, so this is I mean almost expect – now – really yeah I just never know what’s inspectors are gonna like it – how about that was amazing. Don’t put your blame on me

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