Princeton in November and ….

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We are excited to have enlisted the talents of Adept Creativity who created a new logo for All The Ladies Say pictured above. Instagram @adeptcreativity


The Bronx garden party to celebrate women in Hip-hop was a great gathering in the Hunts Point area hosted by Cindy Suga Rush with artists like PuertoMinicana latin percussion duo, Jennifer Beastie/Beatboxer and Denice Garcia with her powerful poetry lit up the stage in the evening. Lady K Fever repped with her daughter Ayisha holding down a do-it-yourself Grafitti T shirt table and a black book table with music played by DJKS360. She hung up a canvas for all to tag up on and a unique piece for the fusion Ladies of the Bronx/ATLS event.


Here is a link to an interview

On November 19th Rokafella will show an excerpt from ATLS and teach a dance workshop at Princeton University for dance majors and any students interested in attending the screening/dance session.

We hope that you stay tuned for 2017 as plans are in motion to travel, shoot and edit sections of the part 2 for an initial screening at a venue in the Spring as part of a dance event that will highlight the House music and Hip-hop music and dance worlds.

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show us love! All The Ladies Say, is a documentary project driven by grant funding and donations from people who believe in the project. If you can help us reach our funding goals to complete production, market the film and create educational outreach programs, please do contact us!

Some of our angels include:
The Ford Foundation, The Bronx Museum of Art, Marcy Garriott (Director - Inside the Circle), Momma's Hip- Hop Kitchen, Hip-hop Association, Bronx Council on the Arts


“All The Ladies Say” is a film that highlights the lives of six iconic female street dancers from San Jose, Atlanta, Miami and Chicago, who have carved a niche in the physically challenging, male dominated breakdance world. Discussions about motherhood, sexual tension, femininity versus masculinity and the rap industry/mainstream images are a few of the themes explored by the documentary’s main characters. International dancers not only make appearances but also add their two cents about life as a B Girl in the Hip-hop world.