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“Helping Kids Break Free!” – From Fox 4 News on 8-12-2019

“OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — One metro family says the art of break dancing has been a gift.

Break Free is a hip hop school in Overland Park where kids and adults have the opportunity to “break free” and come out of their shells…”

CLICK THE ABOVE LINK TO SEE A FRESH VIDEO AND ARTICLE ABOUT A FAMILY WHO’VE SEEN BIG POSITIVE CHANGES IN THEIR LIVES FROM THE ELEMENTS OF HIP HOP CULTURE!

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“Breakin’ Art” – a unique Hip Hop cultural event featuring Break Free Kansas City’s owner SugEasy, our teacher BGirl Winderella and their friend Reckless Ray…Breakin’ on a big canvas with paint on their hands and feet. To create a truly one-of-a-kind mural through movement and color! DJing, Breakin’, Emceeing, Graffiti Artists contributing…four of the main, creative elements of Hip Hop Culture represented!

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See SugEasy, BGirl Windy and some of our great students on local morning news. Teaching our city’s youth, changing perspectives, and opening minds to new positive art forms–that’s what authentic Hip Hop does! Each one, reach one, teach one!

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“Hip hop dance studio breaking down stereotypes, building up confidence…”

Check out this great article from channel 41 NBC news here in KC – highlighting the mission and vision of Break Free Kansas City Hip Hop School!

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“Winner of a 2018-19 Rocket Grant from the Charlotte Street Foundation and a 2018 Inspiration Grant from ArtsKC, Kansas City artist James “SugEasy” Singleton is gaining a growing reputation for his advocacy and performance of hip-hop….

Read the rest of this great article about our studio owner SugEasy.

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“Breaking Through…”

Learn many interesting facts about SugEasy in this Q&A style article from KC’s Pitch Magazine.

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“God did not just create us for one thing; he created us for everything. My journey has taken me to dance.”

According to James “SugEasy” Singleton, everyone is born knowing how to dance. It is an argument that he has often successfully debated…”

Find out more in this article from Leawood Life magazine.