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WHAT IS NOT HIP HOP DANCE?
-WACKING
-VOUGING
-STREET JAZZ (today's Street Jazz is Neither Street, Nor JAZZ!!!)
-HOUSE
I LOVE ALL OF THESE STYLES! But They are NOT HIP HOP DANCE!
How the hell can you win a HIP HOP CONTEST with WACKING!
That is LIKE a BBOY winning a LOCKING Battle with HEADSPINS!
WHY DO WE CONTINUE TO ALLOW THIS?
This Shiet Makes NO SENSE =/
and ANY So Called STREET Styler that participates SHOULD KNOW BETTER..
While POPPING and LOCKING are Technically NOT HIP HOP, they have had a long term relationship with HIP HOP, and it is Socially and Politically acceptable. That I Understand. BUT STILL
A HIP HOP BATTLE of CONTEST should Focus on
BREAKIN/TOP ROCK/ROCKIN and HIP HOP FREESTYLE/PARTY DANCE
Please Spread the word and help STOP this NONSENCE and EXPLOITATION of Our CULTURES, By the Suit and Tie Organizations that don't know JACK SHIET about HIP HOP Dance and Culture!
Peace
Wigs

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Reimi RSC Crew


Throwing Down

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Tokyo Class


Killer Kids again!

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Sendai Japan Class


Kids were Rockin!

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Kyusyu Workshop 2014

Class in Kyusyu was off the Chain! Click the link and see: 

Okinawa Workshop

Okinawa was Great! The class was packed, and we drilled hard Popping and Grooving, did a great combination, and lecture on Hip Hop and Funk Styles. when in Okinawa visit Zephyr Studios, Home of Bitter Box Sisters (best Female Locking Duo) Also Haruki i is a Great Popper and Instructor.

Bua Paints Hip Hop

Justin Bua is probably the most well known Urban Artist on the planet. I am sure either you, or someone you know has a Bua poster on his or her wall right now. He grew up on the same streets as many original Hip Hop Icons like Frosty Freeze (RIP) and Ken Swift. And has lived the life of a New York Street Style Dancer and Artist. His paintings sell all over the world, and his client list is a who's who of the Music, Athletic and Political world. For this brother to honor me in such a way has touched me deep, because I never really look at myself as an achiever, but more as a person who is still striving to achieve. 

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