Streetrich Hip Hop Society

Lower Mainland

Streetrich Hip Hop Society Proudly Presents:

Breaking Sessions With Bboy Puzzles

Breaking Sessions with Bboy Puzzles

Every Sunday from November 19 to December 3
6pm to 7:30pm
$15 for one session
$50 for 4 sessions – Use coupon code puzzles

DJ Sessions with DJ Freshleecut

DJ Sessions with DJ Freshleecut

Every Sunday from November 19 to December 3
One on One Sessions – 45 min
$20 for one session
$60 for 4 sessions – use coupon code freshleecut

Each One
Teach One 2017

This is Streetrich Hip Hop Society

– Building communities through the Hip Hop arts

A Creative Platform for all

A creative platform for all

Streetrich Hip Hop Society is a platform where youth and people of all backgrounds can develop their creative potential through the artistic elements of Hip Hop culture.

Making a Difference

Making a Difference

We aim to provide affordable lessons to many youth who do not have the ability to take structured classes offered by most community organizations, such as dance, art, music production, and creative writing.

REAL Values

REAL Values

Streetrich values Relationships.
Streetrich values Equality.
Streetrich values Accessibility.
Streetrich values Learning and Personal Growth.

Programs and Workshops

Hip Hop programs and workshops

Streetrich is able to offer a variety of programs and workshop options, to suit the needs of our community. With the many different approaches, our goals are always to build self-confidence and allow people to express themselves using creative art forms. We strive to empower individuals, and provide them with skills to communicate effectively, while addressing the issues that they may be facing. We enjoy sharing the history of Hip Hop culture, and helping others to connect to their cultural identities, in a safe and fun environment.

Programs and Workshops

Streetrich is able to offer a variety of programs and workshop options, to suit the needs of our community. With the many different approaches, our goals are always to build self-confidence and allow people to express themselves using creative art forms. We strive to empower individuals, and provide them with skills to communicate effectively, while addressing the issues that they may be facing. We enjoy sharing the history of Hip Hop culture, and helping others to connect to their cultural identities, in a safe and fun environment.

Spoken Word, Rap & Song Writing – Breakdance, Locking & Popping – Street & Aerosol Art – Arts-Based Facilitation & Teaching Tools – Hip Hop History & Culture

What’s New

– Upcoming events & latest news

New Album by Claire Mortifee

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New Album by Rupert Common

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Hip-hop at the old auto shop in Surrey

SURREY — Mattias Boon loves the new space in Surrey for his hip-hop organization, he just wants more free time to plan and organize events there.

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Supernaturalz 25th Anniversary

Review: Supernaturalz 25th Crew Anniversary

I was in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia not only for my good friend bboy Puzzles wedding, but also for his crew’s  ‘Supernaturalz’ 25th Anniversary which doubled up as a pre-wedding party the night before.

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Hip Hop Heroes

Hip Hop Heroes

“As a white guy from the okanagan, I think the large appeal of hip hop for me has always been the lyrical aspect of it,” said Polukoshko. “There’s no other form of music that puts that much focus on lyrics and wordplay that hip hop does.”

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Vancouver Community Game Changer Award

Community Game Changer Award 2016

Last week Friday March 18 Streetrich Hip Hop Society was nominated for the ‘Community Game Changer’ award at the amazing event Urban Alchemy

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Streetrich helps teens through hip hop

Streetrich Helps Teens Through Hip Hop

Burnaby’s Streetrich Hip Hop Society received $1,025 from the provincial government last week, as part of the $1.86-million pie dolled out to various art-based organizations.

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Tarik Tune aka DJ Drop Jaw shows off his amazing talent on the turntables. Photograph by Carm Kwan, Roundhouse Documentation Team.

Bringing the Vancouver Hip Hop Community Together

Classics from the golden era of 90s hip hop blast as the facilitators set up for the weekly Hip Hop Youth Drop-In at the Roundhouse. At the entrance, dozens of donated ham and cheese sandwiches in saran wrap are stacked beside the Hip Hop Declaration of Peace and a sign-up sheet.

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B-boys takes turns in the cypher while onlookers show support. Photo by Carm Kwan.

Vancouver Hip Hop: More Than Music

Classics from the golden era of 90s hip hop blast as the facilitators set up for the weekly Hip Hop Youth Drop-In at the Roundhouse. At the entrance, dozens of donated ham and cheese sandwiches in saran wrap are stacked beside the Hip Hop Declaration of Peace and a sign-up sheet.

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