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    Break Dance

    yeah some of the funkstylists that i kick it with up here say that electro is good for doing what they call "tricks"...the way they were talking about tricks implied, to me, that they kind of looked down on them...sort of like how alot of bboys look down on power moves...they were saying that...
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    Break Dance

    word up d nice...they say that rocking or "uprocking" started in like 1968 and eventually evolved into what we know today as breaking...and that's about the time i imagine that the funkstyles started on the westcoast...man that's a long time...it's amazing how many people don't even realize how...
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    Hip-hop's in my blood what about you?????

    Sure alot of what he does is HipHop but HipHoppers don't just do HipHop they are HipHop...you've seen the Freshest Kids and just like in that video when Mr. Freeze says any idiot can spin on his head or whatever doesn't make him HipHop...in my opinion what seperates someone from just doing...
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    Break Dance

    oh man i can't believe i forgot this one...this is the link to the webpage for what probably is the best HipHop/Bboying documentary ever made...if you REALLY want to know about "breakdancing" then get this DVD! http://www.thefreshestkids.com
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    Break Dance

    bboying (breaking) never really died it just slowed down a bit...alot of people got into it during the popularity explosion in the 1980's but to most of those people it was just a fad until the next pop-culture sensation came along...but before it was a fad real hiphop heads were doing it in one...
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    Hip-hop's in my blood what about you?????

    haha anything below sac-town is southern cali to us northwesterners! (oregonians & washingtonians)...yeah i may have over simplified it by saying the bay area...but some of the hot spots for the development of the funk styles was fresno, oakland, sacramento and of course LA.
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    Hip-hop's in my blood what about you?????

    haha sorry...didn't mean to offend any californians! i guess the bay is more mid-to-northern cali? excuse my ignorance of californian geography!
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    Hip-hop's in my blood what about you?????

    I hate to burst your bubble but what Usher does isn't really HipHop in the strictest meaning of the term. Not to say that Usher isn't a great dancer and not to say that he doesn't incorporate some HipHop into his dancing (and even his music)...but really he is an R&B singer (which isn't HipHop)...
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    HipHop Dance Sites (Breaking, Popping, Locking, etc.)

    http://www.electricboogaloos.com - The creators of popping and boogaloo style. http://www.rocksteadycrew.com - The first breakdance crew to take b-boying out of the Bronx. http://www.mrwiggleshiphop.net - Member of the famous RSC & EB's dance crews (lots of great info)...
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    HipHop Dance Concert In PORTLAND, OREGON

    thank you!
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    HipHop Dance Concert In PORTLAND, OREGON

    Portland Dance Project Presents: "FUSION" [A HipHop Dance Concert] Parkrose High School Auditorium 12003 NE Shaver, Portland, OR. Friday, April 23rd @ 7:00PM Advance Tickets Available For $10 - $12 @ The Door For More Info Email: portlanddanceproject@hotmail.com or visit...
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    Tap Dance or HipHop Dance

    I have a feeling when you say "hiphop" dance you are reffering to the stuff that you see in R&B videos? I apologize if my assumption is off point...if you happen to be looking for discussion on the other type of HipHop dancing then I suggest visiting the Mr. Wiggles HipHop forums at...