00:00 Trailer. 02:11 Brian’s thoughts on the episode. 04:32 Brian’s introduction. 05:15 Why Brian got into break dancing. 07:09 What led BBoy Storm into B-boying. 15:35 How B-boying spread across the world from the Bronx. 18:34 An immediate desire to excel at B-boying. 20:27 Continuing with his dream during drop in popularity of B-boying from 198431:16 What B-boying means to BBoy Storm. 35:02 Why B-boying and hip-hop etc., came from the Bronx.
Chapters:00:00 Trailer. 01:55 Brian’s thoughts on the episode. 04:23 Brian’s introduction. 05:16 First European Hip hop tour in 1982. 08:26 Youthful misappreciation of the opportunity fame offered. 12:35 An emerging talent from his tough, but fun life, growing up in The Bronx. 16:47 Why he went out bombing and writing. 18:19 How the windmill came about. 24:04 Seeking out more people to battle in early 1980s Upper West Side. 26:36 What led to the explosion of hip hop downtown.
00:00 Trailer01:42 Brian’s thoughts on the episode. 04:33 Brian’s introduction. 05:37 Dramatic escape from Albania aged three. 12:37 So sad humanity has to be inter-linked by policies, why can’t we just love? 15:38 The current climate in America regarding refugees. 18:48 Masiela’s writing published from age of 12. 20:50 Talent scouted and a move to LA at an early age. 25:44 The George Lopez show from 14 years old. 28:47 What it is like to be an actress in LA. 29:54 Filming Sharknado.
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