Why the Complete B-Boy Solo Needs an Ill Go Down

Plus Four Concepts I Use to Create Original Drops and Transitions

I hope you aren’t making this mistake

No matter how fresh their material was, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.

Those b-boys and b-girls kept throwing the same go down every. Single. Round.

And I don’t blame them. It can be awkward trying to go from your toprock to the ground moves.

But if you can make that smooth transition, that creative transition, that ILL transition, it makes your breaking solo so much more memorable.

In today’s Knowledge Drop, we’re gonna talk about:

  • Why a DOPE go down can take your b-boy/b-girl solo to another level
  • My personal favourite go down from b-boy Amjad
  • How you can make your own original go downs using four simple concepts


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