- Dance Styles
Hip Hop began in the 70s in the streets of the Bronx in New York. From 'Old School Hip Hop' to 'Middle School' and 'New School'. Urban describes a variety of constantly evolving street dance styles. JFH (Jazz, Funk, Hip Hop) is the style from Hip Hop or Urban Dance we currently see in Pop and RnB Top Videoclips & MTV.
Hip Hop and Urban describe a variety of constantly evolving street dance styles, including Hip Hop, but also Popping and Locking, Krump, B-Dance (Break Dance), Electro Dance, Vogue, House and Funk. Last but not least, jazz elements have mixed into all these dance styles to create a cool and commercial style.