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Created by Yours Trully, Mr Wiggles back when I was a kid in the Bronx. I Made this move up in the mid 80's by watching a movie called "White Nights" Featuring Mikhail Baryshnikov, and Gregory Hines. There was a scene where Barishnikov did a forward ballet step that looked like a slide. So I took the step, and added a glide to it, and it felt smooth. but when i did it at a performance, the move didnt get the reaction I wanted. so I added a ScareCrow Pose that i learned from a well known Female Bopper/Popper named "Boppin Tangerine" bacl in 1982. I created a set up move and then the Scarecrow Pose from Tangy, and flowed right into the Wiggle Walk and the Crowds started going Wild! It became an instant Trademark move, and I am happy to see young kids like Omar keeping it alive on his Vine video. Apparently his Wiggle Walk clip went Viral =). cool with me.... To learne the Original Wiggle Walk click here

The Latest

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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