Archive for the ‘Culture Icon’ Category

The BBOYSpot’s Bgirl Mount Rushmore

On International Women’s Day we dedicated the day to 6 bgirls that paved the way. These women are pioneers, visionaries, trend setters, trail blazers, and an absolute inspiration for thousands of bgirls and bboys across the world. We decided to write a special blog for these 6 amazing women. We’ll be using Mount Rushmore as a point of refence and since Mount Rushmore only has 4 faces on it we’ll be removing 2 bgirls, but… Read more

Remember the name: Victor Montalvo Documentary – Behind the story.

Late Sept. 2015, Red Bull contacted Victor and I (Mex) about taking part in a documentary featuring Victors preparation for Red Bull BC One 2015 Finals in Rome. Vic and I spoke about it, but declined. At the time, Victor was preparing not just to win BC One but to put together the greatest competitive years in the history of our community. Lets take it back a few months. Aug. 2015. Victor had just won… Read more

Ken Swift V1 Interview

Saint-Petersburg,Russia based jam organization, V1, did an incredible hour long interview on King Ken Swift. The interview is great because it touches on many aspects that need to be spoken on. Topics such as Competitions, Toprocking, specific aspects of Hiphop Culture, The elements separating, Bboy fashion, the importance of footwork for a bboy and more. All in all, its a must watch interview. We are blessed to have our pioneers, our historians, our legends, our… Read more

Rest in Peace Clyde Stubblefield aka The Funky Drummer passes away at 73.

Over the weekend we lost a legend, an iconic man in Pre – Hiphop History. The most sampled drummer in the world, James Brown’s one time drummer and many many more great things. Clyde Stubblefield passed away at the age of 73 in Madison Wisconsin. Stubblefield was the drummer behind such great classics as “Ain’t it Funky Now”, “I Got The Feeling”, “Cold Sweat”. His drum breaks can be heard in classic Hiphop tracks like… Read more


Chicago’s own crosstown crew Phaze II celebrated their 32 years of existence earlier this month. The recent occasion reminded us of a very important piece of history shot by Cypher Adikts own JeSkilz 2 years ago. The story goes a little something like this…… Wicked welcomed us with open arms into his home and gave us a Phaze II history lesson of a lifetime. I’ve always known about him and Phaze II, but never really… Read more

“The Quick Mix Theory” by Grandmaster Flash

We here at The Bboy Spot pride ourselves in trying to spread as much knowledge about the culture as we can. Sometimes though, the best way to hear it is straight from the source. Grandmaster Flash is part of a handfull of pioneers in our culture that are still around today. His Quick Mix Theory , as he explains, is practically the beginning of it all. It’s not only amazing to hear him explain the… Read more

                      REST IN PEACE to JOEL STIGALE                                             THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING

Don’t really know what to say, don’t really know how to say it. Under normal circumstances I could write and write about the impact Joel and Catalyst Hiphop had in the South Florida Hiphop Community over the last 15 years. Joel Stigale: a friend, a brother, a mentor, a role model. For the last 15 years, every bboy/bgirl that has come out of South Florida has a direct connection to Joel. Joel provided us all… Read more


When speaking about European break legends the names Swift Rock, Storm, Evo, Mauritzio, Emilio, Karim and Freeze are often mentioned, but there is another EU 80’s break legend that left his mark. This Sweedish bboy is none other than MAD NICO from Throwdown Rockers. His style, flow, and delivery where straight raw. Dope to the point and always funky. Some would say a bit unorthodox, but Nico made it look so fresh and natural. Nico… Read more


Today is Tuesday aka Throwback Tuesday. We wanted to give the spotlight to a man who rarely receives it. Lil Cesar The Original Crowd Pleaser. Before Bboy Ivan the Urban Action Figure, the break world had Lil Cesar. A short but explosive bboy who took power moves to new heights in the 80’s and 90’s. Cesar along with his crew Air Force Crew (such a dope name) put Los Angeles on the map becoming one… Read more


Ness needs the communities support and as our friend, brother and someone that has helped us with his guidance we want to dedicate this weekend to helping him raise the funds needed for his hip surgery. So…. 50% of ALL PROFIT FROM THIS WEEKEND SALES WILL BE DONATED TOWARDS THE ALIEN NESS GO FUND ME CAMPAIGN. ALL purchases from this Saturday and Sunday, 50% of all profit will go directly towards Ness. You can… Read more

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