has been alot of talk on clown, crump (krump) dance. We've been
deprived all these years. We've never seen Krusty the Clown popping
his booty, Ronald McDonald never C-walked, and Bozo ... forget about
it. He could probably barely do a jig, let alone shake his whole body
like an enraged zombie from '28 days later'
Tommy the Clown started his career in 1992, to help out a friend in
need that needed a clown.
Now a days he is known as the father of krumping. Krumping is a new
style of dance that Tommy began and is best described as a raw,
natural and expressive freedom of the body.
Tommy has set the standard in Southern California as one of the most
sought after entertainers.
Battle Zone was created soon enough to give a better outlet to the
conflicts of "who's krumping or clowning was best".
As a result it ended up giving the community an alternative to
SO how exactly is this dance done?
"Krumping is when you're dancing and your body is doing a lot of
different moves," Tommy explained. "It's really like you're fighting
on the dance floor. It's more of an intensity. It can be fast-paced,
it can be a lot of moves that are really sharp."
To watch a video of people
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Tommy The clown - The father of Krumpin
There are over 50 krump groups in LA