One-on-one at BC One
The best bits from our interviews with the stars of the 2013 red bull bc One world final.
“I don’t really know about the Malaysian bboy scene, but in Korea, we try many different styles to create our own Korean style. We try to mix in traditional Korean elements like Tae Kwan Do. So for Malaysians, they should try to mix their own cultures in their art as well.” — Hong 10, two-time Red Bull BC One world champion.
“Sometimes there’s a bit of doubt. You see the talent that’s here (at BC One), and it’s amazing. I’ve been here five times now, and every time it’s like damn, I get intimidated. But I tell myself just do what you do best. Stick to your guns, don’t force anything that’s not you, and do your best.”
— RoxRite, holder of 82 solo b-boy titles.
“B-boying completely changed my life. It’s something I continuously stay passionate about. Now that I’m older, it’s not so much about me and the competition, but about paying it forward and just continuing this movement, this hiphop culture.” — Ronnie, 2007 Red Bull BC One world champion.