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  1. Video for Street Dance Nationals 2016,  ROYAL FAMILY VARSITY
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    Street Dance Nationals 2016, ROYAL FAMILY VARSITY

    Street Dance Nationals 2016, ROYAL FAMILY VARSITY

  2. Video for Street Dance Nationals 2016, KALEIDOSKOPE
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  3. Video for Street Dance Nationals 2016, FUTURE CREW
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    Street Dance Nationals 2016, FUTURE CREW

    Street Dance Nationals 2016, FUTURE CREW

  4. Video for Street Dance Nationals 2016, DFI
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    Street Dance Nationals 2016, DFI

    Street Dance Nationals 2016, DFI

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    Street Dance Nationals 2016, DEFY

    Street Dance Nationals 2016, DEFY

  6. Video for Street Dance Nationals, Series 2 Episode 1
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    Street Dance Nationals, Series 2 Episode 1

    Highlights of the 2016 National Street Dance competition, presented by two talented performers,.

  7. Video for Māori breakdancer qualifies for world championships
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    Māori breakdancer qualifies for world championships

    Only one New Zealander will head to the breakdancing Battle of the Year World Finals in Germany in October after the weekend's Red Rat Pacific qualifier.  Aron Mahuika, aka B-Boy AKORN, is one of NZ's most reputable and accomplished B-boys.  

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    Oneill twins release new video

    The Oneill twins have made a name for themselves with their hip-hop dance videos, gaining thousands of hits online. But now Stacia and Brooke have released their new video which combines two of their passions, dance and singing. 

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    Māori experts support haka use in rap clip

    An American rap video featuring Māori warriors performing a haka has gone viral on Facebook with more than 4,500 shares and 250,000 views. Māori media experts say they enjoyed the clip as it is respectful and positively represents Māori culture. But the question is should Māori embrace the cultural recognition or reject it?

  10. Video for Maori rapper defends use of explicit lyrics
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    Maori rapper defends use of explicit lyrics

    A Māori rapper is defending the use of his lyrics, which reports say pertain to stalking and killing women. Nathan King, aka Derty Sesh, says the lyrics in his music are being used as entertainment, and are not a reflection of his beliefs.

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