Crossword clues for breakdance
n. An instance of breakdancing. vb. (context intransitive English) To dance in this style.
Breakdance is an amusement ride designed by HUSS Park Attractions in 1985.
Upon release, the ride design proved to be an instant hit, with HUSS now producing four varying designs, all of which can be acquired in transportable, semi-permanent, or permanent forms.
Breakdance may refer to:
- B-boying, breakdancing, or breaking: an acrobatic style of hip-hop dance
- "Breakdance" (song), a 1984 song by Irene Cara
- Break Dance, a 1984 Commodore 64 game
- Breakdance (ride): a type of amusement park and fairground ride
- Breakin' or Breakdance: The Movie, a 1984 hip-hop dance themed film
"Breakdance" is a song written by Giorgio Moroder, Irene Cara, and Bunny Hull and performed by Irene Cara. It reached #8 on the Billboard pop chart, #13 on the US dance chart, #20 in Switzerland, #23 on the US R&B chart, and #88 on the UK Singles Chart in 1984. The song was featured on her 1983 album, What a Feelin'.
The song was produced by Giorgio Moroder.
The single ranked #69 on Billboard's Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1984.
Usage examples of "breakdance".
A milling sea of multicolored humanity filled it to overflowing as always, shucking and jiving and hustling and rapping and breakdancing and just hanging out.
He could do a breakdancing routine now without landing on anyone's head.
By custom he would appear before the opening tipoff, breakdancing to a tape of Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean.
Top of the Pops was on and the spur were congregated in front of the television, cheering Mockalenny who was breakdancing incongruously to a Celine Dion single.
Hip-hop’s four legs delivered everything: music in DJ’ing, poetry in MC rapping, dance in the b-boy’s breakdancing and art in Jax’s own contribution, graffiti.
As if otherwise he might have started off with a puppet show and maybe a short bit of kung-fu breakdancing.