Featuring Legendary Bgirl “Rockerfella”
She created the famous 2010 movie titled “All the Ladies Say”. Set in New York City where hip hop was born in, this inspiring movie highlights the lives of six iconic female street dancers, who have carved a niche in the physically challenging, male dominated breakdance world. Discussions about motherhood, sexual tension, femininity versus masculinity and the rap industry/mainstream images are a few of the themes explored. She has and still continues to pave the way for many young B-girls, explores what it means to be a B-girl, the real struggles these women go through and the scene back then. She is collecting interviews and footages for Part 2 of the Movie (All the Ladies Say Part 2) and what the B-girls of today struggle with and the scene today.
Watching men, women, gandmas, grandpas, children all just get down and cyper or just hustle dance, or a sporadic DJ battle breaks out, are just some amazing moments that emerged, aside from the movie screening, B-girl battle showcase and photo booth.
The venue at the beautiful and historic newly designed and renovated Bronx Museum of Arts was truly a beautiful space with perfect flooring for dancing and back-spins (or headspins) and a large space to cater to a large crowd.
Super fun unforgettable evening.