'Rize' Documents Dance on L.A. Streets The film Rize, which opened in theaters last weekend, documents the creators of a new style of dance from the streets of South Central Los Angeles. Frenetic and edgy, "krumping" has its roots in African dance, and is making news around the country.
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'Rize' Documents Dance on L.A. Streets

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'Rize' Documents Dance on L.A. Streets

'Rize' Documents Dance on L.A. Streets

'Rize' Documents Dance on L.A. Streets

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The film Rize, which opened in theaters last weekend, documents the creators of a new style of dance from the streets of South Central Los Angeles. Frenetic and edgy, "krumping" has its roots in African dance, and is making news around the country.

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