In Hip Hop History Today: Wayne “Frosty Freeze” Frost of The Rock Steady Crew died April 3, 2008

bboy-frosty-freez-interview Wayne “Frosty Freeze” Frost was born December 4, 1963. He was also known as The Freeze To Please, he was an old school hip hop b-boy known as a member of the second generation of the hip hop/breakdancing group, Rock Steady Crew. As a member of The Rock Steady Crew, he was known for his comedic, acrobatic and inventive style. His trademark move is known as, “dead man drop” a move that he created accidentally by attempting a poorly executed backflip and landing on his back. His talents with The Rock Steady Crew were featured in movies such as Flashdance, Wild Style, Style Wars and The Freshest Kids and also appeared on the cover of The Village Voice in 1981. He was featured in early hip hop music videos such as Afrika Bambaataa and The Soulsonic Force’s “Planet Rock” and Malcolm McLaren’s “Buffalo Gals”. In 2004, he along with several other members of The Rock Steady Crew were honored at the VH-1 Hip Hop Honors. Frosty Freeze lived in New York City, regularly making appearances at many hip-hop events throughout the New York metropolitan area. He was hit with an undisclosed illness during early 2008, went on life support on March 27, and died on April 3, 2008. R.I.P Frosty Freeze. Watch this video which highlights some of his moves below.

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