The final four is only a few days and everyone in the city are anxious for the most biggest game against rival, Kentucky Wildcats. F*&^ what you heard or what you think, but I love seeing big celebrities such as Jay Z, Drake and Chris Brown are putting it on for my state and hometown.
I am naturally repping #cardnation (Louisville) because that it’s where I live, but long as one of the two bring it out home for us is good enough for me! It suck sometimes people in your home town don’t wanna rep where they are from. They wait to go to some metropolis city in order to “claim” it. Stop fronting! Sooner or later, I’ma put on for my city (in my Jeezy voice)
Parkour…… Tricking……… Martial arts… Chris Breezy is doing it all; Just don’t call him Jackie Chan yet lol. Alright this video is over a year old, but I appreciate Chris Brown more just to make a convincing attempt to provide a little bit of style in this mini film, 12 strands. The rock star vibe really accentuated the Tony Jaa inspired choreography of front kicks, elbows, knees, and of course chin na (joint locks and breaks). I forgot to mention, dude has one of the baddest spin hook kicks than some of the guys in the game right now. Chris, you know some S@#$. You not fooling anyone lol!
I promise I was not trying to throw shade when I made the Rihanna post followed by Chris Browns. This video brought me EXTREME attention due to the choreography. It was extremely similar to Xiaolin Gruv. Xiaolin Gruv is an unique form of dance which fuses martial arts techniques with an 8 count. You have seen ABDC’s Quest Crew from the west coast performed it.
From the last few music videos, its really shown. This is about to the next big thing. Martial arts involved in a different avenue of expression. Shoutouts to the martial artists in the tricking community exposing themselves out there! Hate it or Love it, martial arts is still an art. Glad Chris Brown is implying it with his comeback. Your real fans never left ya! The video below shows the start of Xiaolin Gruv