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Isaac Kyere

Afro Hip-Hop
Regular Teacher
African Dance Hip Hop House Dance Krump Popping Streetdance

Isaac Kyere is the third dancer from the M.I.K Family to join motion*s as a hip-hop instructor.

Isaac’s roots lie in Ghana, where he was born in 1991. When he was only four years old, his family decided to move to Germany in hope of a better life. Growing up as a young Berliner, Isaac spent most of his time on the football field. However, his dream of becoming a footballer was short-lived as he became increasingly influenced by his older brother, Prince M.I.K, who was gaining respect and recognition through dance. With his brother as his role model, Isaac decided to leave the pitch for the studio.

In 2006, he started his dance career with the crew Next Generation, where he discovered his love for Krump and mastered the style. In the same year, M.I.K was founded by Prince, Isaac, Kingsley, Dennis and Richie. They immediately attracted attention with their style, taking first place at the Berlin Championships, German Champion in Krump, Juste Debout Poland, Berlin’s Best Solo Dancer, SDK Poland, Urban Dance Festival Paris. Year on year, Isaac took home more victories at various dance battles and shows throughout Europe.

Isaac uses all the resources he has to keep improving, perfecting his style by learning from legends such as Storm and Tight Eyez and through German-French encounters organized by the Streetdance Connection.

Isaac is known for his unusual style and his charisma on stage. He lets everything he feels flow into his dance. Although today he mainly dances hip-hop, he is influenced by various styles including Krump, African Dance, Popping House, etc. What makes him particularly unique is that, despite his big and wide stature, his movements are very fluid and flexible. Artists, such as Max Herre, Scooter, Culcha Candela or Miss Platnum, have called on Isaac’s talents in their music videos.

 

Languages

German
English

Language of instruction
German
English

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