Words by Emily Shapiro
Wednesday night, Fuse TV’s weekly show The Hustle After Party got real bashy when Large Up friends Blacka di Danca and Sir Ledgen showed off their dancing skills along side Kye Kye Legacy of famed Jamaican crew Ghetto Legacy.
The Hustle is a Fuse reality show that follows two friends trying to make it in the hip-hop game. Each Wednesday, after the show, they have a party and feature different artists. This week, Fuse brought out the dance crew along with Big K.R.I.T., Chris Copeland from the New York Knicks and hip-hop legend Jadakiss.
Blacka, Ledgen and Kye Kye danced to a new track by Teetimus, the mastermind producer behind Mr. Vegas’ “Bruk It Down” and Damian Marley’s “Affairs of the Heart.” They bussed some original moves like Ghetto Legacy’s Bucky Bounce and Ledgen’s Wheel and Come Again, along with staple old-school moves like the Bogle and Lobba Lobba. It’s great to see talented people we believe in representing for dancehall in a legit venue alongside other musicians we respect. It was a very exciting moment for the New York City dancehall scene, and we expect things will keep rolling for these guys. We can’t wait to see what they hit us with next.