“Who said your Grandmother couldn’t be a Hip Hop star?”
Hip Op-eration Dance Crew (also known as Hip Op-eration) is a hip-hop dance crew from Waiheke Island, New Zealand. Hip Op-eration were formed in 2012, with originally over forty members. They are managed by their coach and caregiver Billie Jordan. In 2013, Hip Op-eration performed at the World Hip Hop Dance Championships (HHI) in Las Vegas. In their debut year, they had a documentary crew filming them and were interviewed by the Wall Street Journal and the BBC.
The Movie (2014)
Hip Hop-eration is the world’s oldest dance crew with an average age of 80 years old. Follow them on their journey from their roots in Waiheke, to the World Hip Hop Championships in Las Vegas.