Gravity Benders crew showcasing the four elements of b-boying — toprockdownrockfreezesand power moves — some crew choreography, and a short battle. There are four primary elements that form breakdancing. They are toprock, downrock, power moves, and freezes.
At least one of these terms above will be familiar to you. At the same time, you might wonder how the other names came about! Why 10, names for b-boying exist So there are a few more terms that have been floating around.
They are not as frequently mentioned either. All we have are semi-reliable eyewitness testaments. People are going to give different answers based on what they saw and remember. Some answers will complement each other. Some answers are going to clash. And that is the nature of a culture that grows spontaneously, without a concrete idea of what it will look like 50 years from now.
How do I mean? Just think back to high school where your friends gave you a nickname. Yet you responded to it! But staying true to the idea of cultural preservation… All given names form the different patches to the quilt that is our bboy story. So let me tell you how it all started- Wait!
What on earth is a breakdancer? A greater exposure was good for our culture. More opportunities, a growing community, more people willing to learn the dance. Unfortunately the same exposure shed bboys in a different light — a light that the public wanted to see through their lens, not ours.
Breakdance seemed to imply that a person was someone who focused on dynamic moves solely to impress the audience. The breakdancer was judged to be a total sellout.
The breakdancer twisted our art of b-boying into a mere tool for self-serving ends — fame, impressing the girls, money, and so on. Or so it seems. To be fair, the idea of a breakdancer is demonized. He stands against everything a bboy values. Also, he twiddles his evil moustache sometimes.
So breakdancers exist, generally speaking. Some people I know use the moves in b-boying to perform and earn.
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Some combined other funk styles pop, lock, etc. And then there are those who borrow bboy moves for other genres of dance. Poe One shares his insights in his short interview here on what distinguishes a bboy from other dancers.
What can be taken away from that interview? They may be shunned by the bboy community.The starosty are members of the bridal party (the elders), usully two friends or family members (one from each side and, often-the godparents) who have a .
So I thought I would resurrect this long-dormant blog to describe my recent experience recovering from surgery to remove a bone spur in my right hand called a metacarpal boss a bony protrusion often confused with a ganglion cyst. Breakdancing started in That was the year that James Brown recorded "Get on the Good Foot," a song that inspired an acrobatic dance based on the high energy moves that Brown performed on stage.
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