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Rock Steady Crew is an American b-boying crew and hip hop group which has become a franchise name for multiple groups in other locations.
History and description [ edit ]
The group was initially formed in
The Bronx, New York City in 1977 by b-boys Jojo and Jimmy Dee. The Manhattan branch was created by Crazy Legs and B-Boy Fresh. called the Rock Steady Crew "the foremost breakdancing group in the world today." The New York Times
A related group exists in
Japan. Rock Steady Crew Japan is led by a dancer named Crazy-A, who was one of the original Japanese breakers. His group of dancers was originally known as the Tokyo B-Boys. Now, Crazy-A leaves the younger members of Rock Steady Crew Japan to do the dancing. Many of the new members of Rock Steady Crew Japan come from Soka Daigaku, a University which has a breakdancing team called D-Crew. 
List of members [ edit ]
1977–1984 [ edit ]
ChinaDoll (vice president) RSC Girls
Crazy Legs Devious Doze
Frosty Freeze (December 8, 1963 – April 3, 2008)
Kippy Dee a.k.a. Rasean
(June 13, 1967 – May 26, 1990) Kuriaki
Lil Crazy Legs
(1980 – 1986) Mr. Freeze
Prince Ken Swift
(November 10, 1967 - August 1, 2015) Toxic
(May 7, 1967 – July 4, 2011) Ty Fly
DJ Cucumber Slice Danny McMillan
DJ Apollo (inactive)
DJ Charlie Rock
DJ Presto One
DJ Q-Bert Doze Green
Fast Feet (inactive)
Fever One Floor Rock
Flowmaster Fields MC
Isaiah Shaw (Dizlam)
Lord TomTom 'Club' Gaskin
Mix Master Mike (inactive) Mr. Freeze (former member)
Muter (original member)
Nathan Cade (female Emcee)
Pop Master Fabel
Rahzel Rama Pratama (Malang)
Richie Rieotch Rock Steady Straus
Tony Touch Tuff Tim Twist
Ynot (new vice president)
Former Members [ edit ]
Brett The Threat
Ken Swift Koolski
Rhettmatic Servin Ervin
Discography [ edit ]
Singles [ edit ]
1983 - "
(Hey You) The Rock Steady Crew" 1983 - "Ready For Battle"
1984 - "Up Rock" (#9 Australia)
 1984 - "She's Fresh"
2000 - "Used To Wish I Could Break With Rock Steady"
Appearances in feature films [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
The Freshest Kids: A History of the B-Boy ( DVD), Image Entertainment, 2002.
Hip-Hop (Korean Comic) ( Manhwa), IQ JUMP COMICS, 1998-2004.
External links [ edit ]