2009. március 22., vasárnap
She got Game 2007
- SHE GOT GAME -
AUSTRALIA'S FIRST INTERNATIONAL B-GIRL COMPETITION
SATURDAY MAY 5TH 2007 - MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - BELIEVE IT!
In 2007, Freestyle4 Entertainment and Melbourne Music Academy presented Australia's First International B-Girl Competition, 'She Got Game'. Female breakdancers (B-Girls) from around the world congregated at RMIT University's Storey Hall Auditorium in Melbourne's CBD, on Saturday 5th May 2007, and battled it out for the $5000 prize money and the bragging rights of taking out 'She Got Game'. This all ages event ran from 11:00am – 6pm. The day included 2 on 2 B-Girl battles, DJs, MC & Dance Performances, Fashion Show, Graf Displays, Giveaways, Merchandise Stalls, Youth Hip Hop Forum & more.
Breakdancing is the original Hip Hop dance style and for the first time in Australia it was brought to centre stage in all its glory by some of world's best B-Girls. Breakdancing is a highly skilled and energy-fuelled dance in which breakers 'battle' to win, judged on their ability to hit the beat of the music, their skills, and perhaps most importantly, their flava and style. This event brought the International standard of this dance to Australia, with competitors who came from countries including the U.S.A., Germany, New Zealand and of course Australia.
The competition featured guests B-Girl Asia One, who was one of the competition's judges, and DJ Bles One, who dropped beats for the battles, both flew direct from the U.S.A.. Asia One is one of the most recognised and respected B-Girls in the world and member of crews No Easy Props, Zulu Kweenz and Essential Rockers. DJ Bles One is DJ and member of world renowned breakdancing crew Massive Monkees. The day also featured a free one hour Youth Hip Hop Forum from 11am including Asia One.