break dance

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Synonyms for break dance

a form of solo dancing that involves rapid acrobatic moves in which different parts of the body touch the ground

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Boys who breakdance are called B-Boys, the word for girls is apparently B-Girls -- and any film about breakdancing is bound to be a B-movie.
Tomorrow, Edinburgh-born 'B-boy' Bilal - who is known as Ma'Roc on the dance circuit - will compete in the annual Castle Rocks Breakdance Championships, one of the biggest breakdancing competitions in the UK.
Hanifa, whose street name was Bubbles, toured the UK with her mates performing acrobatic backspins and windmills in front of huge crowds at breakdance "battles" against other crews.
The Breakdance 2 CD set is the ultimate in hip-hop and brings Sugar Hill and Tommy Boy, the two key hip-hop labels, together for the first time.
Gibson contributes vibrant club showdowns and back-alley breakdance, slinky video sequences, and a hip-hop recital with fast-paced ensemble work.
When I was young, there were groups of cats that used to go around and breakdance and do battles, Breakdancing was big but rapping wasn't, because the kids couldn't understand the accent.
The event at the Anamil Gallery, Budaiya, yesterday featured graffiti and street art featuring Dubai-based Sya One and Steffi Bow, Huvil and Leond, breakdance clinic with B-Boy Pelezinho, DJing for beginners with Bahrain's DJ Outlaw, and elements of beat music production with Atalla.
There's actually a rule that I have - I have a very particular pair of shoes which I breakdance in," the Daily Express quoted him as telling DeGeneres.
STEPPING OUT BREAKDANCE fans can watch the UK's largest university breakdance event next month.
Darren is part of Bad Taste Cru - the UK and Ireland breakdance champions - who are putting on a biographical show called Soul 2 Sole at Newcastle's Dance City next month.
But there's also an historical aspect, with breakdance and hip hop reflecting the slave trade.
We can be as nice as pie, we can take our ties off and breakdance down the esplanade and all wear earrings and all the rest of it.
The event kicked off at Anamil Gallery in Budaiya, where a meet and greet with Red Bull breakdance artist - or "B-Boy" - Pelezinho and Bahrain's DJ Outlaw was held, followed by a workshop called the B-Boy Clinic with Pelezinho aimed at coaching and training some of Bahrain's own aspiring breakdancers.
CHEERLEADING and breakdancing lessons have been going down a storm with youngsters Free breakdance sessions, delivered by a topclass tutor, are currently running on Wednesdays at 4pm for seven to 11-year-olds and 4.