Though the style first came into prominence within the street dance subculture in the ’90s, the 2005 documentary Rize introduced many in the general public to krumping. Some things take time, it seems.

Thomas Kelsie (street name Spearz) is working to make the style more accepted here in Columbia. This weekend, he’ll co-host his third Rumble City dance competition — a krump-off, if you will. Kelsie traces the popularization of the dance back to that groundbreaking documentary.

“Since the movie Rize, the style of krump has changed and … Read More of the entire article by Preach Jacobs Here.

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