Beat Freaks

Beat Freaks is an all-female breaking dance crew from Los Angeles, California. Each of its nine members had achieved individual success dancing before the creation of the group in 2003. The Beat Freaks were featured on MTV's America's Best Dance Crew (Season 3) and finished the show as runners-up.

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America's Best Dance Crew (season 3) - Episodes - Week 8: The Live Finale
... Instead of going head-to-head, Quest Crew and Beat Freaks teamed up for their last performance ... Crew, Strikers All-Stars, and Dynamic Edition "Right Round" by Flo Rida JC Chasez Beat Freaks, Team Millennia and Boxcuttuhz "Just Dance" by Lady Gaga Lil Mama Fly Khicks, Ringmasters, and G.O.P Dance "Numba 1 (Tide. 2009 Quest Crew was crowned the winner of America's Best Dance Crew Season 3, while Beat Freaks was declared the runner-up ...
Beat Freaks - Fans
... Each member of the Beat Freaks is portrayed as a different Valkyrie that shows similar physical characteristics ...
America's Best Dance Crew (season 3) - Episodes - Week 6: Battle of The Sexes Challenge
... Ludacris' What Them Girls Like, while the female groups Beat Freaks and Fly Khicks danced to Beyoncé's Single Ladies ... Beat Freaks "Hot n Cold" by Katy Perry Incorporate the Louisville Slugger within the routine ... Safe Quest Crew, Beat Freaks Bottom 2 Strikers All-Stars, Fly Khicks Eliminated Strikers All-Stars ...

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