Urban Street Jam

Urban Street Jam
Inaugurated 2010

Urban Street Jam is an annual hip-hop culture festival that showcases music, art, dance, and fashion in the hip-hop community.


Craig Borja of Phaze1 Entertainment/owner and producer along with Marlon Shell of Stylz Dance Studio/Co owner and producer of Urban Street Jams first annual event was held on February 20, 2010 Urban Street Jam's original venue was scheduled to be outdoors at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (Irvine) at the Hidden Valley Park, but due to weather, the venue was changed last minute to Hilton Hotel in Costa Mesa, California. Urban Street Jam had a fashion show, choreography dance competition, 2 vs 2 all stylz dance battle, bboy dance competition, clothing venues, viewers choice battle, graffiti showcase and import show cars. Also, Stephen "Twitch" Boss from So You Think You Can Dance taught a dance workshop at the event.[1]


The entire festival was hosted by Stylz Dance Studio in Covina, California and Phaze1 Entertainment. Emcees include 21XL Production's Myron Marten and Sick Step Dance Crew's Mookie, who have both hosted Vibe Dance Competition.[2] Sponsors include Power 106, World of Dance, and Hip Hop International, BOOGIEZONE.COM, Kallusive Clothing, DanceTag.tv, and Clubbing411.[3]


Several celebrities in the dance community have performed for this event including those from America's Best Dance Crew and So You Think You Can Dance. Dancers include Stephen "Twitch" Boss, Dominic "D-Trix" Sandoval of Quest Crew, Hokuto "Hok" Konishi of Quest Crew,RJ KoolRaul of Supreme Soul,Smart Mark and Lil-O of Phresh Select, Kaba Modern Legacy,Mike Song and Victor Kim of Quest Crew.



Choreography Dance Competition

All Stylz Dance Battle


Choreography Dance Competition

All Stylz Battle Dance Battle

  • 1st: Miss Funk, Breeze Lee, & Full-Out of VersaStyle Dance Company


External links

  • Urban Street Jam official website
  • Stylz Dance Studio Host of the festival
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