BBoy BGirl Africa
BBoy BGirl Africa
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June 28 (Saturday)
2 – 7pm Free event
104th Street and Lexington Ave. PS. 72 Schoolyard (6 train to 103rd station)
Hosted By: Sham and Aztek
DJs: Rugrat and Oskar The Chef
Judges: Nasty Yass, Born, and Prevail
*Live Body Painting
Despite the rain interfering during the last event in the early evening, the event still went on to continue. People were dancing on the wet concrete and doing what they do best. The bboy battle was able to be completed.
Here’s some video to check from Two weeks ago. Come thru for the next one this August 26th for the second and last event of the Summer.
DJs Steve Garcia, ATS spinnin hiphop, funk, and soul. Save by the Rhythm and Broken Tooth.
Summer Classic Event is brought to you by Kings of New York, Funktion Productions, FulltimeBboy
Here are some videos of Full-Time B-boy interviews that I gathered and edited from some past event I attended.
Here is From Who can Roast the most event last summer 2010in New York City.
Here is the one from most recent, last month January 2011. The event is called “The Urban Movement Tour NYC” (TUTM) in Roseland Ballroom. Two parts video.
I want to thank all the people who participated on the interviews.
I came across this channel on youtube a while ago. As we all know Break dancing is world wide known around the globe. This location is in Uganda. Google it to learn more.
The project they’re doing is actually one of the things I wanted to see progress a lot in the hip hop community. I hope more organizations form like this in the future to help preserve the knowledge and promote hip hop culture in a positive manner.
Here’s a clip of the workshop from Arua, Uganda
Another Clip of a workshop. these youngsters are break dancing barefoot, but that doesn’t stop anyone from busting out some moves!
Another great video of a breakdance workshop teaching the Uganda Juvenile Prisoners how to break dance.
Break dance Project Uganda or (BPU) is a Non-Profit organization which uses breaking (break dance) and other elements of Hiphop to promote social change and social responsibility. It was started in February 2006. It uses Hiphop as a tool to bring together people from different social, economical, educational, tribal and religious backgrounds. BPU offers free break dance classes in Kampala at Sharing youth Center every Monday & Wednesday from 5pm to 8pm And every Saturday in Gulu Youth Center from 2pm to 4pm. “BPU” also gives lessons in juvenile prisons, local and international schools, youth & community centers, orphanages etc. Apart from the free dance classes, the organization partners with others to provide both formal and informal education opportunities such as leadership workshops, peer mentoring, voluntary counseling, visual arts, photography, videography, music, drama, I.T skills training and sports.
A clip of Rock steady crew cyphering with the people from Uganda.
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