Beat Walkers Workshop – Midland/WA


Every time I kick it with this group its always an awesome experience. Beat Walkers are a group of kids from Midland inspiring the youth in their community through dance!

This workshop happened last month in the school holidays. Thank you to Fleur Hockey from Home-Grown Theatre for getting us in there and for providing the youth out there with something positive.


CanTeen Australia


Back in April I had the privilege of hanging out with some cool people at the CanTeen Autumn Camp.

For those that don’t know, CanTeen is the national support organisation for young people living with or effected by Cancer; including patience and/or family members.

It was a great experience. Thank you CanTeen for inviting me!


WA Junior Breaking Champs 2015

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This year I made a brave decision to run the very first ‘WA Junior Breaking Champs’. To be honest I was really nervous and wasn’t sure how it was going to be, but I knew it was something that needed to happen. I contacted a good friend of mine by the name of Airrico and we partnered up to do it!

I’ve run events in the past. One of which was a huge scale event sponsored by Red Bull which attracted Hip Hoppers from all over the planet. But this one was different. This one had no crazy cameras, smoke or lights. It was a real grass roots community event.

This was an event purely to help cultivate the youth in WA that love Breaking and Hip Hop culture. We had competitors from as far as the Pilbara taking part, who had driven 16 hours to be there.

It was an incredible feeling to see kids I’d been teaching for the past 3 years, finally get a chance to showcase their skills at a real deal event, in front of a crowd including their family and friends. Fellow judge Pepito also had many students entered in the event, one of which ended up taking out the 10-12 year old section.

Thank you to ‘Premillume’ for the awesome shots. To see more visit their website:


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Home School Kids Workshop (Butler/WA)

September I had the pleasure of building with a really keen bunch of kids. All of these kids are part of a Home School community. Very well behaved and their perseverance through the whole programme was really inspiring.

These workshops had a big emphasis on Strength/Conditioning fundamentals also. It definitely wasn’t easy, but they gave it their all 🙂

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Weraroa Kawana – Sydney Based Photographer

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In July I was lucky enough to catch up with long time friend and a very talented photographer, Weraroa Kawana.

Here are a few snaps from our Day shooting in the city.

Check him out here:


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Destructive Steps 2015 (Sydney)

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Back in July I entered a 3 on 3 Bboy battle with my crew homies Nasa and Johnny Yayo as ‘Mighty Zulu Kingz’.

The event took place in Sydney and is an annual event with competitors from around the world.

We lost in the Semi Finals to the team from Japan, that ended up taking out the event. Much props to them and to the whole ‘Destructive Steps’ team.


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‘SOUL CLAP’ – Wellington/New Zealand

Last month I was given the opportunity to be part of an amazing event that took place in Wellington/New Zealand as part of ‘Matariki’ (Maori New Year). This event was called ‘Soul Clap’ which was an event focused around educating the public on what real Hip Hop culture is all about. It was also held in our national museum ‘Te Papa’.

I got to judge battles as well as teach workshops and speak on a very interesting panel with one of my Mentors ‘Swerve 1’.

Click on the link for more info:

Photographer: Michael Hall © Te Papa

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Kellerberrin Workshop

Whats up every body!

This was a workshop that went down on the 14th of April. Me and my crew homie ‘Pepito’ (7$) did a mission out to a small community in the Wheat Belt(Western Australia) to work with some of the young aspiring Bboys and Bgirls from there. Amazing talent out there and it was a time i’ll never forget. Many thanks to Adinda Sukardi for the photos.



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Food Truck Rumble (Perth/WA)

This was a 2 vs 2 battle that went down on the 12th of April in the ‘Perth Cultural Centre’.

Judged by Me, Pepito(7$) and Nick(Aerial Crew/Bali). Big props go out to Airrico from Perth’s own ‘Zou Rock Crew’ for organizing this it was a great day!

Lots of Kids turned up and it was a massive crowd.. Congratulations Beni Benz and Torekana for taking it out. Torekana flew in from Port Hedland to take part and at 15 years old hes making a big impact already. They battled B.O.B. in the finals, this crew flew in from Singapore for this. Much Love to everybody who took part.

Thank you ‘Premillume Photography’ for taking these pictures.


Bring Back Alien Ness

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Click here to donate:

Greetings World,

This campaign is dedicated to helping one of the most influential individuals in Hip Hop history, Alien Ness!

Alien Ness is the President of the Mighty Zulu Kingz and Kweenz, which is the first chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation, the organization known for creating Hip Hop culture. Ness has held this title as President for 16 years, traveling the world competing, hosting and teaching workshops in some of the biggest Hip Hop dance competitions in the world such as B-boy Summit, FreeStyle Session, Red Bull BC One, R-16, Skill 4 Sole, Art of War, IBE, Out Break Europe, Catch the Flava Hip Hop Camp and hundreds more. Trust the list does go on.

Alien Ness, also known as Ness 4, has many titles that describe his many styles and characteristics, but what’s most important is that Ness has continued to learn, teach, burn and preach through the elements of B-Boying, Emceeing & Educating for over 35yrs.

Due to a very long and strong journey and career, Alien Ness has aquired a serious hip injury that will require surgery. This operation has already been scheduled to take place this July 2015.

Ness is one of the few who has dedicated his entire life’s work to B-boying and Hip Hop Culture.  No side job, no corporate career – he has dedicated 300% of himself to us and has never asked our culture for anything.

We the Mighty Zulu Kingz and Kweenz have unamimously decided that it is time for Hip Hop to give back to one of our greatest contributors.

It is up to the community to take care of each other, being an artist does not come with benifits that a full time job might provide.

So — for all the people using Alien Ness’ moves, transitions or tricks to win battles, create careers or simply understand the dance better, let us unify and give back!

We are Hip Hop

Peace, Love, Unity and raising funds

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