Next stop on the Offset Kings showcase is paradise – Honolulu, Hawaii, once again taking over the Ke’ehi Lagoon Memorial Park last weekend. First off, huge MAHALO to everyone for coming out – you are the reason why this event is so awesome! So we’ll start off this post with
Check out this 3 on 3 battle with Renegade/Rock Force versus Lhiba Kingzoo at the WORLD INVASION BATTLE ALENÇON (WIBA)!
A while back we held the Illest Bboy Battle Minnesota Qualifier! Thank you to everyone who came through and congratulations to our winners!
The Estria Battle is presented in partnership with Youth Speaks at the Life Is Living Festival. In it’s 6th year, the Estria Battle is the nation’s largest urban arts competition. More than 75 partners help make the event a celebration of community and culture. The event includes 4 music stages,
Since 1998 Mighty4 has served as the San Francisco Bay Area’s only annual Hip Hop cultural festival which strives to unify and preserve the four cornerstones of what is known as the Hip Hop culture: Emceeing (Rap music), Style Writing (aerosol culture), DJing, and Breakin’ (a.k.a. Breakdancing / Streetdance). Mighty4
Check out MIGHTY 4 youth based non-profit and the community as they celebrate 15yrs of giving back to the Bay Area! Special Mighty 4 Appreciation award will be given to Bay Area Legend Chuy Gomez as well as Aktuel Force (Paris, France) & All The Way Live! MIGHTY4 15TH YEAR
Join us for our 2nd annual Illest B-Boy Battle in Japan on October 6th. Last years event was awesome and see the video below if you missed it. This year we’re bringing Killafornia & Calamities from the USA to battle with the crews in Japan. The event coincides with our
Words: Mark Arcenal / Photos: Anthony Nguyen Again I’ll start off by saying we’re very greatful to have such wonderful friends on the Island. Thank you again for making this event possible and making it a huge success. Sooner or later, we’ll be retiring here. Anyways, I’ll recap with A
Growing up when I did, with scribed memories of… kids bringing vinyl flooring out at recess, excitement surrounding the school dance, the highly respected DJ and his many crates, the sounds of Planet Rock, flashing lights and battling b-boys fitted in matching Adidas track suits representin’ their crew. And just like Sanaa Lathan’s
East3: Always good to interview the fam, I knew Jeskilz since our RSC days, mad cool peoples. Jes, Break down a little about your self and what you represent? Jeskilz: Hey watup East, hope all is well with you. To tell you a lil bit about myself I was born