So how long have you been b-boying?
What crews are you currently representing?
Killafornia and West Coast Rockers.
Didn't Killafornia just have their 10 year anniversary?
Yeah, it went down in Fullerton and it feels great to represent for the West Coast worldwide for the past 10 years!
How is the b-boy scene now in comparison to how it was in the mid 90's for you?
Back in the day you used to have to go to a back yard jam to see someones moves, now you can just go online! A lot of the 90's moves are todays new b-boy foundation. Before there was more styles and characters, now because of the internet a lot of b-boys look the same.
So you throw jams yearly, what are they all about?
The jams are called "Rock City" and I focus on exposing underground b-boy talent, legends and new school b-boys that have never been seen.
What was the last place you got to travel and see because of b-boying?
Seattle, Washington. It was a jam Adidas and Shiek threw and I got flew out there for an exhibition battle.
What would you say to some of the new heads coming up in the b-boy scene as advice to the game?
Learn your foundation, find your own style and try not to look like anyone else.
Who were the cats you looked up to as you learned your foundation?
Easy Rock and Asia One. Style Elements Crew, my crew members and all the b-boys around the world.
Big ups to Jay with fro from JSLV for putting me down on the team. I want to thank all my family, friends, fans and last but not least GOD.