A unique top for breaking, better known as breakdancing
Specially created to support the message of Hip Hop for a positive social change.
Being a successful dancer herself, Rebecca Annies aka Bgirl Becca came up with the idea to create a top made specially for dancers. She teamed up with OY founder Zelia Zadra who is an expert for sporty silhouettes with strong hold. They developed a stylish but functional top made for bgirls, dancers and all kinds of movers on land and in water. It is made of our “OY Soft” material, which is ultra soft on the skin and is entirely regenerated from ocean waste.
With their collaboration, the RocTop and OY support Breakdance Project Uganda: an initiative engaging young people in Uganda in leadership skills, social responsibility and positive change.
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10% from each RocTop sold will be donated and for every 10th RocTop sold, one will be sent to the female members of Breakdance Project Uganda.
About Breakdance Project Uganda
Breakdance Project Uganda (BPU) started in February 2006 out of the belief that hip hop can be used as a tool to engage and empower disadvantaged youth in Kampala and other areas of Uganda. The Project has attracted people from every walk of life and acts as a catalyst for building mutually beneficial relationships between people of different social status across Uganda and the rest of the world. It serves to teach people breaking and how to pass on those skills to others, as well as promoting leadership skills, social responsibility and positive change to members and local communities.
The RocTop and OY Surf apparel support a special initiative of BPU focusing on Hygiene & Health Education.
Learn more about the project background here.