Konee Rok is a man of many talents. Based out of Chicago, IL, he's created videos and animations featuring artists like Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, Rhymefest, Raekwon, Phife Dawg and recently worked with us on our Kickstarter campaign video. While brainstorming with Konee for storyline ideas, we stumbled upon the concept of creating a breakdancing video in Chicago's Ping Tom Park, a beautiful area near Chinatown. As a b-boy and Chicago Tribe dance crew member himself, we knew that we could find and work with some of the best dancers in the city and decided to instantly greenlight the project with the incredible talent of b-boys A.K., Josh "Phu" Cradock, Ram and funk stylist/house dancer Daria "Mulan" Ni. Check out the result below:

Chicago Tribe B-boy Breakdancing - Shot 100% with Beastgrip gear

We used an an iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S8 with the following gear to shoot the video:

This wasn't the first time that Konee used our gear for some of his work. Check out the videos below for more examples:

Rhymefest - "Believe" - Shot 95% with Beastgrip gear

JASHFESHT Comedy, Music and Film Festival - Shot 25% with Beastgrip gear

Kindred the Family Soul - "Legacy of Love" - Shot 25% with Beastgrip gear

You can follow Konee Rok on his official website, Facebook, and Instagram.

Also, stay tuned for our all-new DOF Adapter MK2, Pro Series 1.33X Anamorphic lens, BGS-300 Action Grip and BeastRail to go live for pre-orders on our website soon!

August 04, 2017 — Sean Lawrence
Tags: Filmmaking