Nana Tuffour Okai, a dancer, promoter, and creative director known in showbiz as Bboy Lyricx, has reaffirmed his commitment to becoming a positive role model for emerging talents from the streets.
According to him, he was discovered on the streets but was able to turn his life around; as a result, he would like to inspire up and coming dancers and other talents.
As the founder of Africa Breaking Academy and an award-winning dancer, he told Chaels Media that he has put in place procedures to help guide young talents to fulfill their aspirations.
“I take into account each child’s physical and intellectual characteristics, and it has always been my desire to assist them in being the best they can be,” he stated.
He went on to say that he wanted to construct a modern dance studio to give dancers with similar interests a place to meet and learn.
“I grew up in a world where challenges and obstacles were common. I spared no effort to become the change I needed for a better life, and now I aim to help others do the same,” he stated.
Bboy Lyricx has organized and instructed at numerous dance workshops over the years, as well as serving as an ambassador for the Afrobreak Movement, Generation Hiphop Ghana, Bboy/Bgirl Africa BBA, Ghana Breaking Federation, and UDance Art International USA.
Bboy Lyricx has collaborated with musicians such as Sarkodie, Guru, Sena Dagadu, and Ak Songstress on live and in music videos.
He founded the Africa Breaking Academy, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering and promoting Break Dance by hosting free dance workshops and events to promote Hip Hop components and Dance-sport in Ghana and other African nations such as Benin and Nigeria.