This film is about a once famous breakdancer from the 80's, who survived the streets of the Bronx NYC yet went on to performing for Kings Queens and Presidents only to find himself lost, with nothing and no one to guide him. He speaks about his childhood issues, such as being shot, and how he overcame. He also speaks on his legacy and giving to inner city youth and the misled children of Hip Hop.

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