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Break Dancing Break Dancing or B-boying is a form of hip-hop dancing which is popularly known as breaking It consists of top or up rock footwork spinning moves power moves and freeze B-boying came from Bronx NY The term B-boy or B-boying was created by Kool Herc who was a DJ spinning at block parties in Bronx back in the days B-Boys means break boys and they were called so because they dance to the break part of music Later by repeating this break part done by DJ breakbeats was born Although people tend to pick up only power moves real b-boys should master the all elements of b-boying There are some controversies between people who emphasize on style and power moves One puts his emphasis on power moves and their combination and the other shows their style and individuality by footwork and freeze Rock Steady Crew has been the one who emphasizes styles to show dancers individual flavor Even though power moves have a great impact and very energetic it is hard to put individual flavor into the moves Also power moves really dont go with beat since it is spinning It is closer to gymnastic moves rather than dancing Because of these reasons Rock Steady Crew suggests that footwork emphasiezes style should be the direction of breaking of 90s Breaking is the most popular style of hip hop dancing and it has been spreading all over the world while new school dancing such as hip hop and house limited to big cities in the US and Japan It was late 60s early 70s when people started a sort of b-boying Their dancing was called Good Foot from James Browns record of the same name The Good Foot was the first freestyle dance that incorporated moves involving drops and spins and resembled the beginning s of breaking The best way to describe the Good Foot is according to Michael Holman to imagine
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