Beat Freaks Rockin’ Iron Fist Tees

Iron Fist Clothing was started in 2001 by Mike van Senus and Travis Anderson.  Inspired by skateboarding, surfing, art, music, street culture, and social issues, the two friends created Iron Fist from the trunk of their car.  Now, they have major distribution worldwide and a flagship store in South Africa, where they both grew up.  … Continue reading

Beat Freaks & Acrylick Spread The Message

Acrylick describes in their blog that they share the same message as The Beat Freaks, which is the love of art and the determination to make a positive change.  Created in 2002 by Van Truong and Michael Valenzuela, Acrylick is a Los Angeles-based clothing company that strives to make fashion with a positive message.  Each … Continue reading

Week 2: Beat Freaks Webbie ‘Independent’

In ABDC’s week 2 fit test challenge, The Beat Freaks demonstrate their superhero strength by side planking all over Webbie’s “Independent.”  They definitely hit the groove of the song with their signature Beat Freak musicality.  How would you define musicality?  I think of it as when you can see in the movements how the music … Continue reading

Beat Freaks Are Most Official

On a hot summer day in 2004, Leah McSweeney sat on a Spring Street stoop in New York City.  That is where she first conceived of Married To The MOB,  a progressive and rebellious women’s streetwear  label.  M.O.B. stands for “Most Official Bitches,” a tribute to Leah’s NYC crew of girls that never failed to … Continue reading

Maryss and Rino on Cerbae Blog

Cerbae blog  highlights Rino and Maryss wearing Mens Power Moves Jeans, Color Me Badd T-shirt, Street Lightning Crew Neck and Abstract Hoodie.

Robo Sunglasses

When I heard the Beat Freaks were performing to Katy Perry’s “Hot N Cold” for the Battle of the Sexes challenge, I was a little worried.  No offense to Katy Perry, but how were they going to pull off a dope routine without coming off too bubblegum poppy?  I mean, Quest Crew is assigned Chris … Continue reading