Dynamic Rockers 33rd Anniversary: B-Boy Massacre 9 (SLIDE SHOW)

Legendary break-dancing crew the Dynamic Rockers celebrated their 30th anniversary with a Brooklyn B-boy battle.

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  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

  • Photograph: Noah Devereaux

Photograph: Noah Devereaux


The Dynamic Rockers formed in 1979, famously battled the Rock Steady Crew as part of the Lincoln Center Out of Doors festival in 1981 and are credited with pioneering moves like the continuous head spin. To mark the crew's 33rd anniversary, a weekend of break-dancing events was planned, with B-Boy Massacre 9 at the center of the celebrations. B-boys and B-girls repping eight different styles (including vogue, locking, popping and flexing) gathered in Brooklyn on Friday the 13th to battle for ultimate props and the $2,700 first-place cash prize. Click through to check out the sweaty action.

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