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King of the Cage: Soul 2 Soul vs. Funnybones Crew 

November 14, 2011
King of the Cage celebrated the anniversaries of two prolific dance crews in L.A. The b-boys of Soul 2 Soul have been breakin' for 14 years, while the guys of Funnybones Crew have been poppin' and lockin' for 9. Their influence has cultivated a whole new group of young dancers who keep the tradition and add their own flavor.
Nanette Gonzales
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King of the Cage celebrated the anniversaries of two prolific dance crews in L.A. The b-boys of Soul 2 Soul have been breakin' for 14 years, while the guys of Funnybones Crew have been poppin' and lockin' for 9. Their influence has cultivated a whole new group of young dancers who keep the tradition and add their own flavor.
Published on November 14, 2011

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