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Vinh Nguyen Choreography | "Break Ya Neck" by Busta Rhymes | @v1nh @bustarhymes @thebangerz

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Uploaded on Aug 28, 2011

BREAK YA NECK!

This routine was specifically meant for stage when I first came up with it. But after how much attention it got at Body Rock 2011 and Hip Hop Internationals with the Super Galactic Beat Manipulators (SGBM)... I decided to put a little video together for folks to enjoy on YouTube.

People always ask me how I come up with choreography, and I hope this video kind of helps display the creative processes of what goes on in my mind before I start messing around with the movement.

Shout out to The Bangerz for throwing down a dope remix to a classic Busta song... and for providing the instrumental music on the Jabbawockeez Mus.I.C. album! And shout out to my boy "X" who never let's me down when it comes to directing my videos and making a vision come to life.



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Director Info:
Eugene Xavier Ramos
http://youtube.com/tastebest
http://xavieruniversecity.tumblr.com



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