Filipino dance crew UPeepz bags 1st runner up title in California championships

Filipino dance crew UPeepz
UPeepz bested 12 other participating dance crews from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Russia, and Korea. Credits to UPeepz.

Filipino dance crew UPeepz emerged in the Top 2 to win the first runner up title in the 2019 Body Rock Dance Competition in San Diego, California.

UPeepz, the World Hip-hop Dance Champions, again made history as the first Filipino team to make it in Top winners of the prestigious dance competition held on June 29.

The champion professional dance group based in the University of the Philippines Diliman presented a funny routine inspired by the human fertilization between the sperm and egg cells.

UPeepz bested 12 other participating dance crews from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Russia, and Korea which battled in the internationally acclaimed urban-based dance competition.

Here are the 2019 Body Rock Dance Competition results:

  • Champion – GRV, USA
  • 1st Runner-Up – UPeepz, Philippines
  • 2nd Runner-Up – TwoFourSeven (TWFR SVN) Company, Canada

In their social media post, the Filipino dance crew thanked everyone who helped them in the competition and dedicated their win to the Philippines.

“Philippines finally makes a mark as UPeepz becomes the First Filipino team to place at the prestigious Body Rock Dance Competition 2019.

“Body Rock experience was thrilling and we’re overwhelmed with the level of competition and talent in an urban-based choreography competition. Para sa Pilipinas,” posted UPeepz.

WATCH the winning performance of UPeepz here and SEND your congratulations in the comments below!

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Atom Pornel is a tourism and broadcast journalism major who loves local art and heritage and is passionate about anything good news from the Philippines. Born from a Bicolano-Odionganon father and Waray mother, he has grown appreciation of our diversity as nation.