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Press Release |  25 Oct 2017 17:05 |  By RnMTeam

The top 16 of the Red Bull BC One 2017 star to feature in music video

MUMBAI: Earlier this year, the third edition of the Red Bull BC One India Cypher was held in Bengaluru, where the winner of the inaugural edition in 2015, B-Boy Flying Machine, took the title of Red Bull BC One India Champion yet again. Defeating local favourite B-Boy Shawn in a three-round battle, B-Boy Flying Machine will now go on to compete in the Last Chance Cypher in Amsterdam on 2 November, to battle for the last spot in the top 16 of the Red Bull BC One World Finals on 4 November.

Following this year’s edition of Red Bull BC One, a music video celebrating the talents of the top 16 was shot in the famous Mukesh Mills in Mumbai, featuring a track by the Bengaluru-based rapper Brodha V, called Aigiri Nandini. The video sees the B-Boys – including B-Boy Flying Machine, last year’s winner B-Boy Abdul, and repeat top 16 finalists such as B-Boy Godhand, B-Boy Flexx, B-Boy Nevermind, and B-Boy Arttech, among others – show off some of their finest moves in the abandoned, and often believed to be haunted, mill.

Red Bull BC One World Final travels to Amsterdam, where 16 top B-Boys/B-Girls from around the world will battle it out to be crowned the Red Bull BC One World Champion. Nominated from nine countries around the world, 15 of the top 16 dancers have been revealed, and include current title holder Issei of Japan (2016), former champions Menno of Holland (2014) and South Korea’s Wing (2008). The final spot will be taken by the winner of the Last Chance Cypher.

The top 16 in the lineup for Red Bull BC One World Final travels to Amsterdam includes Issei (JPN), Menno (NED), Thesis (USA), Shigekix (JPN), Lussy Sky (UKR), Willy (FRA), Kill (KOR), Lil Zoo (MAR), Shane (NED), Dany Dann (FRA), Wing (KOR), Alkolil (RUS), Moy (USA), Ratin (BRA), Ayumi (JPN), and the Last Chance Cypher winner.