Vineeth Vincent started off as a professional emcee in Bangalore during May 2007. In 2008, he took a year off from his studies at Christ University to pay more attention to music and beatboxing. He spent a month at Mrinalini Sarabhai's Darpana Academy of Performing Arts in Ahmedabad, where he mingled with artists and had the chance to experiment with beatboxing. He returned to Bangalore and has been working since 2008 as a professional beatboxer
He performed with The Boxettes in 2010 and Austrian beatboxing group Bauchklang in 2009 among many other artists and bands.In the search for beatboxing talent by the British Council Library (BCL), He was selected as part of the final eight and performed with Voctronica.Vineeth Vincent was given the duty of Cultural Secretary to lead the cultural activities at Christ University during the academic year 2010–11 and during this period two world records were initiated.
On 10 January 2011, Christ Junior College, Bangalore, under ensemble director Vineeth Vincent, in an event titled 'Can You Say Beat Box?' created the largest human beatbox ensemble in the Limca Book of Records with 2136 participants.
According to the Guinness World Records, the previous record for the largest human beatbox ensemble involved 1,246 participants and was achieved by Vineeth Vincent and Christ University (India) in Bangalore, Karnataka, India, on 5 February 2011. This record was broken by Shlomo on 14 November 2011 with 2,081 participants.