Dancer and choreographer

J.r. Maddripp

Last updated: April 30, 2024

Originally from France, Kevin Gohou, also known as Westrock Aka Intimidate, was introduced to the specialized street dance style of Krump. He began training at the age of 15 years old and he has dedicated his life to it every day since. In August of 2014, after 5 years intensive dance training with the original creator and pioneer of Krump dance, TightEyez. (Los Angeles, USA), Kevin was ranked ‘Junior Maddripp’ in the Tight Eyez family. Kevin lives up to his reputation as one of the mentors and innovators of the Krump movement in Europe and he has traveled, taught, battled and judged in some of the most prestigious events across France, Italy, Germany, England, Japan, Spain, Belgium, Switerland, Denmark, Holland, Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, USA and now Canada. His passion drove him to Diva by Cirque Du Soleil where he was the Toro (the second main character) and also the Cyclope in Sherazade from OSM and Cirque Eloïse and as an dancer and choreographer in Brume by The 7 fingers and in many more shows around the world. He performed at the parliament in Ottawa at Canada day 2019 and danced alongside Marie Mai, Coeur de Pirate and some more talented singers. He also made it to the quarter final of the TV show Révolution by TVA, where he stood out with his unique style and became one of the top 14 out of 4000 dancers. Currently residing in Montreal, Kevin is teaching the youth and senior generation at Rebelles & Vagabons, A’motion and Studio Party Time. He is still continuing to develop the movement of Krump across Canada and Europe. Still in the early stages of his career, he strives to leave his trace in the history of Krump worldwide.

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