The New York Police Department is cracking down on subway breakdancers, arresting more and more “Showtime!” performers every single day.
For those who have taken a ride on New York’s MTA subway line, it’s possible you’ve been impressed by the several talented performers of all sorts inside the cars. However, a pair of breakdancing young men found themselves in hot water after being charged with reckless endangerment while unleashing their moves on a moving train.
Michael Holman may not be a household name to Hip-Hop fans, but he should be. Holman’s 1984 television series, Graffiti Rock, lasted only one episode despite gaining good ratings and influencing rappers such as the Beastie Boys. Holman has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the show’s 30th anniversary, and still holds a torch for the […]
The art of breakdancing was born and exploded in popularity in the United States, becoming a global phenomenon and inspiring new forms. At the historic Apollo Theater later this month, the four-day Hip Hop dance festival, Breakin’ Convention, will bring together an international representation of dancers keeping the art form alive.