According to Daily News' Tanyanika Samuels, 300 people packed into BMA last weekend for the first "B-Girl City in NYC" breakdancing competition, another event helping to kick-off the "Street Art Street Life" exhibit. The dancers were competing for cash prizes of up to $500.
The B-Girl competition organizers knew immediately when they decided to host a competition in NYC that it would be in no place other than the BoogieDown, the birthplace of hip-hop. That's right Brooklyn, the B-Girls wanted nothing to do with you. So have fun listening to your Cat Power and your Arcade Fire and swigging your PBR in the McCarren Park Pool... we're too busy breakdancing up here in the Bronx to even be jealous of the crush that NYC media has on you.
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