Hip Hop Elements was created by Richard, Bboy Speedy Legs, Fernandez in 1986 as a concept for a theater show. By 1992, it evolved to the first clothing line catering exclusively to bboys & bgirls and a South Florida event company.
In 1997, Richard partnered up with DJ Trails, started producing events on a weekly basis and expanded the clothing line internationally.
Over the last fifteen years, they have cemented their place in history among the nations leaders in organizing cultural Hip Hop events, concerts and festivals. The company has received a fair amount of media and press attention including; MTV, ESPN2, NBC, BET, UPN, Univision, Telemundo, Mun2, Source Magazine, Rap Pages, Vibe Magazine, New York Times, Miami Herald, Sun-Sentinel, Washington Post and countless websites and blogs.
Hip Hop Elements has also teamed up with vital non-profit organizations such as the NAACP, Jobs With Justice, TRUTH, the Dan Marino Foundation, the Source Youth Foundation and many other charitable causes. On the corporate side, they have been hired to produce events and sponsored by global corporations such as Pepsi, ESPN, Rebull, Coca Cola, Fila, Puma, Avirex and many others.
Since 1997, the company has been producing an annual event in Miami Beach, FL named, the Miami Pro-Am Urban Arts Expo. This four-to-five day conference consists of panel discussions, workshops, concert performances, fashion shows, award ceremonies, and various Hip Hop competitions in dance, rap, turnbtablism and visual arts. It attracts thousands from all corners of the globe like; Europe, Asia, Latin America, North America, and Australia.
The company also has experience teaching workshops and organizing events at the following prestigious educational institutions University of Miami, University of Central Florida, Florida International University, Florida Atlantic University, Miami-Dade College, Miami Beach Design Art Senior High, Miami Beach Senior High etc. Additionally, we have also taught, performed and choreographed for other cultural entities such as the Florida Dance Association and Miami-Light Project.
Current Hip Hop Elements projects include the Miami Pro-Am, a Speedy Legs Documentary and nationwide performances and appearances by Speedy Legs, DJ Trails and the rest of the crew.
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