Josh Capulong entered the dance world at the age of 16 with recreational
breakdancing. His life as a b-boy was short lived when the doctor told him
that the constant strain on his wrists would lead to more serious health
problems in the future. His intrigue to learn more about the hip hop culture
did not subside but rather motivated him into discovering and learning new
genres of the dance. He truly realized his passion for the art of hip-hop
when he made his way to LA. There, he trained along side many worldrenowned
dancers such as Luam, Kyle Hanagami, Lyle Beniga, Keone &
Mariel Madrid, and many more.
In 2009, he joined his first hip hop crew, Next Gen,now known as NXG
Company. Not long after he would become a Co-Director for the Company
and compete at an international level. Over the years Josh has been
fortunate enough to share his craft of teaching in several places throughout
Canada, Korea, Singapore, and Millennium Dance Complex in Los
Angeles. As a dancer, Janet Jackson, Tsar B, Sean Kingston, Ace Hood,
Fanny Pak, and Supreme Soul are just a few of the artists in the industry
that Josh has performed alongside.
Not only has Josh met many successes in his dance career, such as a 1st
place finish at World of Dance Los Angeles, 1st place finish at Canadian
Hip Hop Championships, 1st place finish at World of Dance Edmonton, 1st
place finish at World of Dance Hawaii alongside NXG Company, 1st place
finish Artist Emerge Megacrew Allstars, “Looking For Somebody – John
Dough” music video, “Hooked - Lia Cole” music video, assistant
choreographer for “We young - NCT Dream,” Lia Cole performance at
“Immortal Pursuit” One championship Singapore, and Artist Emerge
Professional Crew Runner Up alongside White Chocolate (which he would
later join), he has also utilized his skill of dancing to give back to the
community in a local level.
He has performed for several events and benefit concerts such as “It looks
like me” United way campaign kickoff, Energy (Los Angeles), Special
Olympics, Coca Cola Presents WEMFest, Little Hearts Big Dreams, Stand
Up For Love, Forever Young, A Friend in Need is Japan Indeed, Hip Hop
for Hope and many more. Many of these benefit concerts were also a time
for Josh to share his musical side as a part of local trio band ADD. His
shared musical passion has lead him to journey to many places such as
San Diego, Los Angeles, and Vancouver.
Incorporating many aspects of his surroundings into his own, Josh’s new
age style, emphasizing on intricacy and musicality, gives him a unique
touch as a dancer and choreographer.