Here’s an engaging street performance worth watching. Walking through the street in a major city it’s likely you’ll see street performers asking for donations, but this performance is different. Music experimental group CDZA went to the streets of Brooklyn with a concept they dubbed the “Human Jukebox.” The audience controlled the music by dropping donations into labeled jars to select the artist and speed. This creative approach engaged their audience and helped raise money for Wingspan Arts, a non-profit that engages NYC’s youth with the arts. Check out this video.