No Easy Props was originally founded in 1997, as a movement to inspire greatness in Hip-Hop, where merits were awarded based on authenticity, hard work, and skills!
Now No Easy Props has been reincorporated as a non-profit as of 2010. No Easy Props is committed to preserving Hip-Hop culture by providing quality Hip-Hop cultural dance, art, and music education, and entertainment for young people through engaging workshops, performances, and competitive events throughout the communities of Los Angeles and beyond. The goal is the provide a platform in which to engage the youth, on their own terms, and build self-esteem, leadership and the importance of cultivating their own individuality and appreciation for diversity, all the while having fun!
Currently the two main entities of No Easy Props are the Hip-Hop 101 after school dance and art program, and the B-Boy Summit annual event.
No Easy Props and The Bboy Summit are supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission