What is HipHop?

Hip Hop is an artistic movement that emerged in the United States at the end of the '60s in the African American and Latin American communities of popular New York neighborhoods, appearing as diverse and attractive styles as Break Dance, Popping and Locking. Disciplines that today we consider as “Old School”.

Thus, the new school, better known as "New School", includes other styles such as House Dance, Tutting, Dougie, Yerking ... Hip Hop Dance has evolved over the years and has been fused with a multitude of styles. Today Hip Hop is a living dance due to the wide range of possibilities in terms of music, freedom of movement and creative innovation, which reaches all types of public and its presence in our culture and environment is increasing.