The concept of breaking bread with people in and out of your own circles a place conversations, Ideas,agreements and disagreements alike. Surrounded but not limited to Hip Hop culture. #breaking #hiphoped #bboys #bgirls #writers #aerosoul #deejays #emcee #educAtion #worldwide
Roxrite blessed my newly launched "ProFreshional" class at Arizona State University, with some gems of past, present and future journeys.
This was a video conference call so sound has its very minor glitches. We will be uploading the video portion at a later date on our BREAKINGBREADYoutube channel.
The word "ProFreshional" was first used in my eyes by "Gwiz" from LA and has given his blessing.
Photo from : Cultura Colectiva news
Episode 12 yall!
Todays guest is a young lady Michelle Marji I had the pleasure of crossing paths with during my MFA at Arizona State University. Always a great student, stand up person and good vibes. This is a little bit about her and her journey to her first event BRRW in October 2019 in Tempe, Az. Check it out and thank you for joining us.
In this episode of Breaking bread we launch the Random not random series. Sharing random thoughts, ideas and conversations with myself. I invite you all to “call in” with your thoughts and I will include into podcast!
This interview although in 2017 is still one of my personal favorites. It is inspiring perspectives from a brother has been consistent and true to his journey. A pioneer in every sense of the word from writing to music to Breaking. A pillar in our worldwide community and now I call him Family, living his life Furiously! Thank you to our FSC presidente Artis for making this connection. You can follow him at www.Kapione.com or any of the @furiousStylescrewspain social media.
*This and a translated caption version will be available on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT6WYR8Y7X_ijk4RcDR1kXQ?view_as=subscriber
This episode we hear from L"Lil Klutz" representing Beat Drop kids out of Phoenix, az. Meet her and hear a little bit about her personal journey! As always you can call in with your own story or respond to something you hear and we will add to the episode!
This will be a place to tell your most memorable story at Fsc anniversary, so just "call in" leave a message with your story, add on to someone elses. Then join us this November for FSC25!!
Rock with me on this adventure aka be patient as I learn (sound levels off!)nonetheless....
Once again this interview was not originally meant for a podcast. At the time around 2014 I was in Nyc doing research for a possible thesis topic, around the conversation of who is "authentic" enough to be certified and teach? Should we be turning to academia to certify Hip Hop/Breaking on Hip Hop? We don't have to agree or disagree, just consider the ideas and philosophies and which work in your personal conversation! Peace to the brother Jiggz, been nothing but respect since day one! Thank you for taking out the time and taking on these ideas!