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Synonyms for B-girl

a woman employed by a bar to act as a companion to men customers


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Perhaps even more pertinent to the case at hand, the City of Miami likewise has its own ordinance restricting B-girl activity, which predates the Florida statute.
The ever-popular Just Jam will return for its seventh year on November 1 and 2 as Dance City and Bad Taste Cru host another action-packed weekend of hip-hop culture and breakdance featuring some of the world's greatest B-Boys and B-Girls.
Zone also includes women, or b-girls, in his crew, a rarity in the male-dominated genre, especially among street hitters.
Although she didn't walk away with the trophy in the Baby Battle program, B-girl Terra has become an internet sensation.
Through a close analysis of an excerpted interview with b-girl Rokafella, the author analyzes the complicated and layered play of racial, national, and gender differences in b-boying, and the cultural stakes that often go unarticulated.
B-Girl 12 If you liked You Got Served, Stomp The Yard, Step Up and Save The Last Dance, then you'll love this.
"The bond between hip-hop and Bahrain has been growing tighter over the years with youth all over the island getting involved in the culture with rampant and sporadic street dance and b-boy and b-girl groups appearing everywhere," said organisers.
This decades-spanning feast of B-girl power from pioneers such as Nicki Giovanni through MC Lyte, Sweet Tee and Queen Latifah, on up to the mighty Missy Elliott comes from Soul Jazz, one of the UK's most educational reissue labels.
A breakdancer, breaker, b-boy or b-girl refers to a person who practices breakdancing.
For original b-girl (breakdancing) Nadine (aka Lady Six Sky), moving out of the Parkdale community where she grew up, and into the more affluent suburb of Rivercrest seems like the end of the world.
Rapping, break dancing (B-Boy or B-Girl), graffiti art and DJ'ing were the four main elements of how hip-hop was presented--youthful and fun.
She meets a dazzling creature only known as The Firebird who helps her through a series of challenges, evil b-girl antagonists, a shifting chain link fence and confounding forests.
Hikida, who has been breakin' for over seven years, recently unleashed Breakin' Out, a series of weekly one-hour break dancing classes for queer b-girl and b-boy fans and wannabes.
Dorado (the burbling, whistling "Trouble") Bahamadia ("B-Girl Session") and a crackling, ethereal turn by GoodVibes label mate Mystic ("No Pressure").