have been using Sound effects music since the 90's/ It has been a part of my Long Stage shows and a way to pace a 1 man show. I used this technique not as a gimmick, but to tell a story. I never went deep into my robot. Because I am not trying to imitate a Robot, but more the hydrolic effect of machines. so many times I am mistaken as a Robot-er, but in truth I POP!!!!!
This showcase style has been copied all over the world by leading choreographers and dancers, many even completely sampled my sound effects and some even used the exact same music in their productions. It is all good, my credit is by example, i can watch a showcase and easily tell they were influenced by this particular show. I don't need anyone to credit me. Blessings wigs
Mr Wiggles and BASKE wall Germany Dec 2014
Me and Baske once rocked a wall a couple years ago in Slovenia, met and chilled, found out we also took a picture together over 18 years earlier at a famous jam in Germany. Baske arranged a workshop at a local dance studio DORO's DANCE STAGE. I had a great time teaching there, and me and BASKE got to rock another wall together. The background was already in progress, i came in and rocked my piece over this incredible huge back drop he created, and he finished it off with dragons and dedications. Had a great time, and the result was these master pieces of styles, and techniques. Click the image and see the full wall with Me and Baske.
Wigs Solo Poland
I Did this freestyle during a long Europe Tour last year. Went all over from Switzerland, Sweden, Ukraine, and more. As usial, I did nt know what song the DJ would play for my judge solo. When I heard this throw back, I went right into the Funhouse days back in 82-82, started with Webo, then started Freestylin, and then it Hit me. I'm just gonna get down, Hard Poppin, and Party Rocking. Inbetween my Popping I did the Gigolo, the Freak, The Patty Duke, and of course trademark Handstyles. This turned out to be a great solo, but I would also give credit to the Video Editing. They did a great job with the angles of the camera and how they mixed it.
Tribal Gear: Always happy to recieve a package from my friends at tribal Gear. For those who really know, they were the first real Street Wear company to support BBoys/BGirls. They remain underground, never sold out! I am part of the Tribal Clique, and you always hear me shout them out. It was through Tribal Gear that I landed the gig with LIMPBIZKIT when I rocked on the Rollin Video and did the tour. So Major props to my brothas at Tribal! Bobby and Brisk still on the the iPhone Book, and are good friends! Blessings
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TC5 (the cool five) Rockin Argentina
Met up with my TC5 brotha ZEAR ONE out in Argentina. And we did what any true Hip Hop head from our generation would do. We Rocked a Wall! In the same spot where I taught Classes at. It was like an abandoned tri level parking lot or something. The space was Raw, and we Painted the original way, as if we about to get Busted! With Hasted and No time to Waste. Music was playing fresh mixed Breaks, we to Breaks to post up for the camera, dropped knowledge on the local street style dancers, and had a blast! Writing (graffiti) has always been the ultimate social media for Hip Hop since day one, Black Books were like Mac Book Pro's and a Pen, Marker, Paint were tools of expression, but to have an authentic tag style and master piece skills was of utmost importance to gain respect. Your Signature was your DNA. We can tell what City/Borough your from, what crew you write for, your teacher, or who you bit style from, we can look at a persons Signature and determine if he was legit or fake. And with that said, Enjoy this video of 2 Real Nuhggaz from NYC who laid foundation down and paid mad dues.