It's getting kind of absurd how frequently talented hip-hop littles are popping up on our radar recently. That's why we just had to take a closer look at the kids dominating the scene in our brand-new hip-hop issue. (PSA: Turn to p. 47 of your April issue to learn more about littles like Taylor Hatala, then obsess over the gloriousness that is the Brooklyn Nets Kids on p. 42.)
Of course, we have Will "WilldaBeast" Adams to thank for discovering and nurturing many of these tiny talents. But he's not the only one: Choreographer Alexander Chung of NXG Crew is getting the under 12 crowd to rock some pretty challenging hip-hop choreo, too.
Recently, he released a video featuring a few familiar faces—Taylor Hatala, Bailey Sok and Kenneth San Jose—and some fresh ones—11-year-old Kesh Kesh and 12-year-old Ryan Phuong. OMG, you guys—so. good. The choreo is gritty and rough, while still being relatively kid-appropriate, and the tweenage dancers definitely do it justice.
Go ahead and revel in the awesomeness. (And be on the lookout for a cameo by Taylor's 8-year-old sister Reese, aka the cutest bouncer ever.)
At the risk of sounding like my mom, I have to ask: Seriously, what are they feeding kids these days? And, more importantly, where can I get some?