Jacob “Kujo” is a b-boy first. He’s been a preeminent figure in the global b-boy/breakdance scene for 22 years, performing, competing, judging competitions, and teaching in 40 countries on 6 continents. His creative contributions to b-boy culture and movement vocabulary are indisputable, and continue to inspire and influence b-boys around the world to this day. Kujo is an experienced teacher of both breaking and the circus arts. He teaches b-boy master classes and workshops around the world, and taught at Edge PAC in Hollywood for 12 years. Additionally, he teaches Chinese pole privately, and also coaches numerous champion pole fitness competitors. Kujo has been featured in a number of high-profile media projects – he back-flipped into jeans for a Levi’s national commercial, was the principal b-boy in Run DMC’s music video, “It’s Like That,” and was featured in the films Battle of the Year: The Dream Team and Step Up 2: The Streets. Kujo is an accomplished circus artist – he excels on aerial straps and Chinese poles, and has performed in numerous circus shows both nationally and internationally. He was also hired by Cirque du Soleil as a consultant for The Beatles: Love in 2004, and again in 2011 for an upcoming production.


Kujo can perform for parties, events, conventions, festivals, and nightclubs and be part of the ambiance for the night.