Wow, really incredible second to last episode of America's Best Dance Crew. The challenge this week was to do performances that incorporate three different relatively obscure regional hip-hop styles: Turfin', Baltimore House and the New Orleans Bounce. Here's what I saw:
- Blueprint Cru looked a bit awkward doing these rougher styles, I have to say. But good performance as always.
- Poreotix was hungry, pulling out all their skills and power, from popping to b-boying to all the regional styles. Best routine of the night.
- Hype-50 came out aggressive and hard, which was interesting. Not the best routine or the best delivery of the moves they were assigned. But a strong exit for this Honolulu-based crew.
Now we are down to just Poreotix and Blueprint! I'm so excited that Blueprint Cru of Montreal is in the final two! They have been the most versatile, diverse, clean and creative of all the crews in my opinion.
Can a Canadian crew win America's Best Dance Crew? With all the skills and showmanship that this crew has, I think so.