ASN brings the audience in Asia The Red Bull BC one Tokyo 2010. 16 B-boys from all over the world join together to compete the B-Boy champion in Tokyo.
Since its birth in the late 70s, B-Boying has been announced dead several times, but it's still alive and kicking—very much so! Today a vibrant and well connected B-Boy scene exists worldwide.
One of the most important B-Boy competitions is the Red Bull BC One, where 16 of the world's best B-Boys meet to compete and to determine in a 1-on-1 knock-out-battle who is “The One.”
Extraordinary artistic skills, an outstanding character, and a good reputation in the community are the success formula to get selected as a dancer for the Red Bull BC One. The challenge lies in finding influential dancers from all continents ready to set new standards and show state of the art breaking.
B-Boy battles have their roots in 1-on-1 competitions. During the past 15 years these 1-on-1 battles have been pushed to the background as crew competitions became more popular at the big events. Red Bull's objective was to go back to the roots and show B-Boying in the most spectacular and powerful way
This year, the Red Bull BC One will be held in one of the most vibrant metropolises of all—Tokyo! Japan has a big and lively Hip Hop scene and the event is awaited with great expectations since Japanese B-Boy Taisuke is one of the favourites for this year.
Let the battle begins! Watch BC One Tokyo 2010 LIVE on ASN