The Changster Bboys were back in action again, for a Sikh Wedding out in Surrey BC Canada, at Mirage Banquet Hall to perform their signature Hip Hop show, with beats by Changster DJ and the Bboys busting out their epic breakdance moves…
The Sikh community is a culture of people who have made an eloquent impact on our lower mainland area of BC (Vancity), especially in the Surrey area of BC Canada.
They host beautiful and extravagant weddings, with a mix of traditional Punjabi culture and their Canadian heritage, so it only makes sense that Hip Hop culture and breakdance, would be a facet of some Sikh Weddings.
Changster Bboys shows up utilizing beats with a mix of Hip Hop and South Asian flavour to accommodate these unique and colourful wedding receptions.
A popular choice for Surrey Sikh Weddings, The Changster Bboys entertain and innovate with their mold of martial arts, acrobatics, modern and tribal dance moves, and their own creative expression, with great choreography and cool looking moves.
The Changster Bboys were in full force for this Surrey Sikh Wedding and the video is available at the above YOUTUBE screen.
Representing hip hop culture coming straight out of Vancouver British Columbia Canada, is an MC, rapper, and producer, Just Jun MC. New to many ears, he drops the single “Tell Me”, a song depicting a poetic music of trying to ease a loved one’s worries and asking them to tell their issues and open up their bottle to them. The song also tells that the person singing will do all they can and lets them know their grounds to do so. The song is available free/by donation and is for the upcoming “Tony Vu Computer” mixtape.
Just Jun MC releases the single “Tell Me”, a hip hop single which is a song about love and honoring loved ones. The song speaks of listening to your loved ones problems and assuring them you will do all your best to fix them and have their back 200%. It is a Hip Hop single and is written, composed, and produced by Just Jun MC, whom is an artist from Vancouver BC Canada.
The song is catchy and fresh, with a new take and concept utilizing hip hop. The song is an epiphany for the soon to come “Tony Vu Computer” Mixtape, which is an ode to using what you have to do what you do, much like a rose from the concrete. In this case, a simple laptop computer was used and will be all home made to create artistic expression.