‘Bonebreaking’ Takes Street Dance To The Next Level [Video]

‘Bonebreaking’ Takes Street Dance To The Next Level [Video]

This new style of public performance features rhythmic contortionist movements.

Emma Hutchings
  • 4 january 2012

Bonebreaking, also known as flexing, is a form of street dance originating in Brooklyn, New York. It involves rhythmic contortionist movement, waving, tutting, and gliding, and is primarily performed to hip-hop music. The captivating video below of NextLevel Squad features a group of shirtless men wearing gas masks as they show off their moves in the New York subway:

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