B-Boy Loose Goose
Don't be surprised to see mild-mannered Ryan Armstrong duck into a phone booth at the sound of a fresh beat, only to see "Loose Goose" emerge. Scroll down and take a look!
Bboy Loose Goose Demo Reel
Bboy Loose Goose in "Have Fun"
Dancing in the Rain
B-Boy Loose Goose has taught, battled, and performed as a dancer on three continents. He has performed on stage and TV. He co-hosted the TWIM Experience with rapper Substance, a tour that brings hip hop to middle schools with a positive message. He has lectured on the history and philosophy of hip hop culture at universities and community groups and works with Harlem Hip Hop Tours and Hush Tours in New York City. He's proud to have a part in raising up the next generation of breakers as a founding member of the Kids Breaking League and as coach of the champion kids crew, The Mighty Geese. He is a member of the historic Dynamic Rockers Crew.
Founded in 1978, the Dynamic Rockers pioneered early dance styles of hip hop and were influential in introducing hip hop culture to the mainstream.
The crew was known for progressing the dance's acrobatic powermoves, innovating moves like head spins and hand glides. In 1981, the Lincoln Center became one of the first major institutions to formally recognize hip hop as a legitimate art form when it included a battle between the Dynamic Rockers and the Rock Steady Crew in a dance festival.
The Dynamic Rockers have grown alongside hip hop culture, recruiting members from each generation and continuing to innovate and inspire. The crew makes use of its unique position to connect hip hop's elders with children of the culture in need of mentors. The Dynamic Rockers founded the Kids Breaking League and run extensive programs for teaching, preserving hip hop history, and community outreach.