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There's definitely been a huge change over the past ten years as Hip-Hop dance entered mainstream America, and caused a frenzy!...

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(from thinkspain.com) On March 7th & 8th Barcelona will play host to the Cabriolé Flow Festival, the country’s first ever international Hip Hop festival. The festival will be educational in part, with master classes in...

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Nagoya schoolkids keep it real with hip-hop

January 18, 2009 | Comments

BY HIROYUKI MAEGAWA, THE ASAHI SHIMBUN NAGOYA–Hip-hop, with its roots in American black and Latino culture, might seem an unlikely dance to see here in the Aichi Prefecture capital. Yet, young homeboys and girls performing...

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The Red Bull BC One, the world’s most prestigious B-Boy battle, comes to Paris this fall. On November 5th the city on the Seine will see the 16 most respected breakers in the world battle...

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If you think you’ve got the rhymes, beats, moves and more to make an impact on South Africa’s hip-hop scene then get over to the Moshito Music Conference and Exhibition on Saturday September 13th for...

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Just looking through Youtube for anything else from the Trinity International Hip Hop Festival that took place last April (2008). Here’s a few tidbits to whet your appetite for the ’09 festival. Some bits from...

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by By Adrienne Mong (Msnbc.com) At least twice a week, Wu Ying goes to a local gym in western Beijing to work out. She joins a group of girlfriends and the occasional guy, and for...

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By Marirose Agpawa (The Rebel Yell – UNLV, www.unlvrebelyell.com) Booming speakers kept dancers energized from the preliminary rounds at the Loews Lake Las Vegas Resort to the finals held in Planet Hollywood’s Theatre for the...

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African Hip Hop Indaba 2008

August 1, 2008 | Comments

By Evan Milton (tonight.co.za) Hip-hop heads know this already, but anyone interested in the real culture that birthed the bling rap you see on MTV, should get to the annual African Hip Hop Indaba, presented...

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By David Jays (The Sunday Times, London) A greedy voice yelled: “I want more!” On the first night of Breakin’ Convention, the annual festival of hip-hop dance at Sadler’s Wells, the audience was ready to...

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