Ghetto box

noun phrase

(Variations: beat box or boogie box or box or ghetto blaster or jambox) A large portable stereo radio and cassette player often carried and played loudly in public places: Hey, man, don’t mess with my box/ that guy in the streets with his ghetto blaster (1980s+)


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