So to celebrate 10 years in the game, Breakin’ Convention put on their first free Park Jam. A outdoor event covering all aspects of hip hop at Spa Fields Park on bank holiday Monday. Continuing Breakin’ Convention ‘s on going commitment to celebrating all elements of hip hop culture the event featured DJs, a live band, emcees, dance cyphers, beat boxers and a graffiti jam. This was hip hop in its truest form.
The music stage was hosted by Mystro & Jonzi D. The stage was full of talented rappers, poets and musicians, such as Wordsworth and Caxton Press performing their sets. After followed the open mic session, where mcs had to drop sixteen bars of knowledge and wisdom before their time was up . Also performing where the talents of beat boxer, such as Marv-iLL. As the sun beat down on everyone, you could feel the great vibes that was filling the air.
While the rappers and beat boxers were doing their thing, the break dancers where throwing down amazing moves. From the skills of Second To None to the youngsters, everyone brought their A game to the floor.
For all you people that love a great workout UK Bar-Barians bar where there demonstrations what a body can do with just a couple of bars and their own body strength. From pulls ups, to hands stands on the bars it was a full workout session.
This was in all sense of the words a true community event. The place was full of and friends enjoying and par taking in all aspects of hip hop. However the main stars of the whole event where the children break dancing. Their energy and fearlessness to try out all possible breakdancing moves was a great thing to witness.
We as a community need more free events like Breakin’ Convention’s Park Jam to bring all of us together for a great time full of energy, passion and love. Massive shout out to all the people that where involved in putting together such a great event of hip hop. As the saying goes the best things in life are free. So if you love all things hip hop make sure you get to Breakin’ Convention’s next event.
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