Dancers performing in the city

Hip-hop dance crews from Japan and New Zealand repeat as world champions

The 15th annual competition for the Hip Hop International organization concluded last week and has grown to include over fifty countries and more than 10,000 viewers watched the competition live from the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. The United States was able to capture gold in several different categories at the weeklong competition.

Key Takeaways:

  • Kana-Boon from Japan was gold medalist in HHI’s varsity division.
  • T.eenagers were new winners in the Junior division and UPeepz in mega-crew category
  • Paris Goebel performed her first single “Friday.”

“It was the 15th competition for the HHI organization, which supports hip-hop dancing through worldwide initiatives and regional championship competitions.”


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