When did you start breaking? I started dancing in Mexico in the summer of 1996. I was introduced to dancing by a couple of friends who are my crewmembers to this day.

Most difficult/best part about being a b-boy: The hardest part is the competition. There are a lot of up-and-coming b-boys that are redefining the laws of gravity and creating some amazing new styles. Besides that, there are no jobs really for dancers – especially for b-boys.

The best part is having true friends and supporters, starting from my house to the streets around the world.

Some of your greatest achievements:
Winning Freestyle Session here in the U.S. twice. I’ve danced on stage with the legendary James Brown and the Black Eyed Peas.

Do you frequent any L.A. clubs? I recently started DJing, so I have been going out a lot more to listen to good DJs at different cool spots. I like the new electro/house movement. There’s a really good reggae spot that I go to called the Dub Club on Wednesdays. Also Les Deux is pretty cracking.

Goals for the future: I have a lot of goals and plans for the future. I definitely want to continue to teach and organize battles, but within time create somethin’ bigger and better. Also, I wanna keep performing and battling (solo and with my crew Killa4nia). Oh yeah, look out for my video bboy911vm. The second one comes out in Oct. featuring Black Eyed Peas’ Taboo and dancers Vietnam and Enerjetik. I also appear in Step Up 3-D and Transformers.

Circus Disco is located at 6633 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. For more information, visit freestylesession.com