As Red Bull BC One World Finals approaches this weekend, I was looking at the line up and was excited to see Moy in the mix with many competitors of today’s generation. When my crew, Unique Styles Crew, was coming up in the scene, HaviKoro was one of the crews we always looked up to. Moy was always one that stood out. Back in 1999 we remember when HaviKoro was making noise at Freestyle Session… Read more
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Be about it! If you want something done, do it yourself. The means to create and make change are at one’s finger tips. The internet and technology is very accessible in this day and age. Hip-Hop and Breaking culture are at a pivotal point in which it is make or break situation (no pun intended). The general consensus is that we want to keep our art form as raw and positive as possible, free from… Read more
In the summer of 2002, Spinfactor 3 took place in Providence Rhode Island. The event featured some of the best bboys of the time. Bboys like Moy, Boy, and Marlon of HaviKORO, as well as Ronnie Ruen and Frankie Flave of Killafornia, Do-knock, Omen, Mondo, Chino, and many more. “Set up” battles were a new thing so everyone anticipated the battles, especially Boy HaviKORO vs Ruen Killafornia. The event generated lots of hype and when it took… Read more
Our good friends at STRIFE.TV posted a quote from Remind that made me finally want to write about a topic that very much needs to be talked about. “It’s so funny how the B Boys & B Girls have worked so hard to create their own industry, only to hand it over to these corporations to do with what they will.” – Remind. STYLE ELEMENTS. The Bboy/Bgirl community has grown immensely in so many ways. From events… Read more
I’ve been saying it for too long, people are dancing but they are not Top Rocking. Breaking is a dance and Top Rock is the on top dance part of our culture. Let’s keep it Breaking people….. Check out what Alien Ness had to say.
This video is a great example of the choices in life one can make, and how one moment can change our lives forever. Many of us can relate because we came from the ghettos, we had abusive home lives, and know what it is like to have to steal to eat. For me, growing up as a kid in the poor neighborhoods of Mexico City, this video touched me. It hit home in many ways. Breaking and Hiphop… Read more
It was today, 9 years ago, that my life changed forever. OUTBREAK HIPHOP JAM took place in a small church spot in Pembroke Pines, a sub division of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. When my crew, Unique Styles, and I decided to put together our first ever jam, it was not because we wanted to make money or get fame. We truly had no idea of what was to come, and we just wanted to do something FUN– a fun jam… Read more