Hip Hop

Body Roll Lesson

Ball Change Step

Kick Ball Change Lesson

Prom Night Dance

Asian Hip Hopper

Jessica Sayde

Jessica Sayde 2

Hip Hop Champs

Kiwi Hip Hop

Korean Hip Hop

Danish Nerd

Top 20 Canada

College Dance Champs


More Street Style

Step Dancing

High School Performers


Jabba Wockeez





Beginner Hip Hop Dance Lessons:
Hip Hop Crusher



More Popping

Elsewhere's Story

Elsewhere 2

Break Dancing

6 Step Hip Hop Lesson

Break Dance Battle

Breaking Power Moves

B Boy Jr.

5 Year Old Breaker

Learn Dance Moves:
•Warm Ups
•Basic Grooves •Attitude – Expression •Hip Hop Posture
•Old Skool Steps
•Six Step
•Basic Foot Positions •Head and Body Rolls •Box Step
•Pin Drop
•Sponge Bob
•House Moves
•Basic Hip Hop Steps •Hip Hop Combos •Floor Moves


Hip Hop Dance Lessons

Hip Hop Dance Lessons Online

Hiphop dance onlineCheck out some of our free hip hop dance lessons online. Learn hip hop dancing, popping, break dancing and even crumping!

If you want a complete beginner hip hop dance course with over 10 dance teachers, then take the course with Sloane and Katrina in this new online video series!
Learn more at www.HipHopCrusher.com.

Hip hop dance refers to mainly street dance styles, primarily danced to hip hop music.  Afrika Babaataa was the first person to use the term “hip-hop”.  It can include a wide range of styles such as breaking, popping, locking, house dance and even electro dance.  It can also include freestyle and old school hip hop. 

hip hop crusher online video dance lessonsHip hop primarily started with breaking, a type of dance that started in the 1970s in New York.  Funk styles such as popping and locking developed in California during the 1960s –1970s.

By the late 1980s, hip hop music took on new forms and hence new dance styles began appearing.  Many of the moves were danced upright as opposed to breaking with its many ground moves.  By the 1990s and 2000s, the dance style took on a heavier and more aggressive form.  Today hip hop is known all over the world.

Lyrical Hip hop

In the 1990s, elements of modern and contemporary dance began to be integrated into hip hop.  This style has recently began to gain mainstream acceptance through the reality dance competition “So You Think You Can Dance”.