Asia One is known worldwide as a Bgirl icon, Hip-Hop pioneer and activist. A visionary trailblazer and trendsetter, Asia’s influence has been instrumental in setting the bar for standards in the arts of Hip-Hop with skills + knowledge being the supreme combination for personal and global transformation. As a seasoned educator, performer, host, and judge – she is known world-wide as a premier consultant on Hip-Hop cultural lifestyle and travels the world regularly performing, speaking and building with international ambassadors of Hip-Hop culture on the future evolution of Hip-Hop dance and achieving social justice through the culture as a movement. Asia has helped introduce Bboying to corporate America and created successful partnerships and campaigns with Red Bull, Nike, Tylenol, and participated as a spokesperson and team rider for Tylenol in the Effie award winning Ouch! campaign. She was seen in the hit movie Step Up 2: The Streets and as a commentator in Planet Bboy Movie; a featured artist in The Freshest Kids Bboy documentary, and commentator and coordinator of MGM’s Breakin film DVD Collection. Additionally, Asia is featured in the PowerHouse book entitled We B*Girlz, and We Got Issues and Vibes Hip-Hop Divas book. Asia was the subject of the short film: Expect the Unexpected, an official selection of the Hip-Hop Film Festival 2013. No Easy Props is her motto (est.1997) and non-profit organization (est. 2010) created to help better the world through Hip-Hop culture and house the world famous Bboy Summit event and Hip-Hop cultural arts and fitness program for youth entitled HipHop101. A recent graduate of MSU with dual degrees in Art and Multiculturalism, Social Engagement & Activism, Asia is currently honing new ways in which to engage and benefit the community through Hip-Hop inspired work. Asia is a member of Mighty Zulu Kweenz, Fame City, and Queenz of Hip-Hop. She teaches her Bgirlism program and trains regularly at The Bboy Factory in Denver.