Equipped with their love of hip-hop dance, White Duke dance crew was established in 2007 in Taiwan. Don’t be fooled, it’s no ordinary dance crew.
Taking hip-hop dance to another level, White Duke performances challenges the conventional idea of hip-hop dance – the crew uses spectacular technology in lights and out-of-the-world costumes, introducing their audiences to an art form that is truly unique.
Constantly experimenting and breaking the boundaries of their art, they are not afraid of exploring new ideas to up the level of hip-hop dance. In 2009, the world’s first LED show, entitled “Blacklux”, was born. As they steadily gained recognition for their art, their performances became increasingly otherworldly with “White Iron Man D-VA” – Asia’s one and only giant human-robot show – which invited much attention from the media. The crew eventually shot to fame in 2012 when they participated in “China’s Got Talent”, allowing them to gain more exposure and experiences working with many first-tier suppliers and co-stars.
Despite achieving much fame, they are still continuing their efforts in experimenting and hopes to become a world-class act in the near future.