• October 22, 2022By askhiphop

    As Hip Hop culture blossomed throughout the South Bronx in the late 1970s, B-boying became a crucial element that helped settle neighborhood disputes through dance battles instead of violence. Various dance crews were formed throughout the South Bronx, but their popularity began to fade in 1977.  Puerto Rican B-boy Jojo, a former hustler who had been

  • June 24, 2019By askhiphop

    The New York City Breakers were founded by Michael Holman in 1981 when he recruited dancers from various B-boy teams to join the crew.Hoping to manage the Rock Steady Crew, Holman needed to find another dance group for them to compete against for a Hip Hop night. Rock Steady Crew member Crazy Legs suggested inviting the

  • June 23, 2019By askhiphop

    Dancer Campbellock (Don Campbell) was born January 7, 1951 in Saint Louis, Missouri and raised in South Central Los Angeles.  As a child, he had a strong passion for drawing and enjoyed sketching trees, insects and people’s hands and faces.  Campbell eventually pursued a career in commercial art when he decided to attend LA Trade-Technical