First up, we meet Neguin, the current break dance world champion. Neguin grew up in a poor neighborhood in Brazil, and has moved to New York for more opportunities in dance. But Neguin also just loves dance for dance’s sake and he and his girlfirend surprise a few New Yorkers by staging a stunning dance performance in and around a New York subway station. We also meet Lilou, who lives in Lyon France. Lilou is of Algerian descent, and a proud Muslim, often competing in a “Don’t Panic I’m Muslim” t-shirt. Lilou is one of the world’s top B-boys, the only one to have won the world championship twice. Lilou has a busy schedule, traveling the globe with his career, but in a rare moment of free time spent with his wife and friends, we learn that he dreams of a simple life with his wife and maybe a family, that is far away from the B-boy scene. Finally we meet Roxrite, born in Mexico and raised in California. Roxrite is one of the most respected B-boys in the scene, though he is still haunted by the fact he has never won the world championship. Roxrite’s goal is to do everything he can to mark his place in permanent B-boy history. A master of social media, Roxrite works on a high speed clip of his dance to post on the internet, and keep his name out there. In a conversation with his girlfriend Marisol, we learn that he dreams of opening a dance Studio for B-boys and is going to Florida to meet with a potential business partner.moreless
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