Following the victory in Mexican TOP16 Championship one week ago, Electroisthefuture.com talked to Reyes, with Blade the fresh new two vs two Champion and eboy of Olders Crew from the city of Guadalajara.
You are now 2vs 2 Champion of Mexico, How much was difficult the path to this achievement? And also how much months/ weeks of training you and Blade needed to prepare yourself for this contest?
“It was a long and difficult path because we had to achieve a lot of experience to understand how to evolve our-self and to take the next step with our dance. In fact, it took a lot of time, working on an electro movement code. After the Mexican Team’s Championship in 2017, Olders Crew starts training regularly, and for this contest, we worked around one month to create these choreographic ideas.”
How is the mood in your crew? Since last year Older Crew made a lot of progress, are you been satisfied with this?
“Every dancer of our crew has a different open mind, but together we follow the same thinking line. We are very pleasured of how we are growing up as a team and as individuals, but of course, we know Olders Crew can give more and more.”
Historically the OPEM Crew had been considered as the top crew of Guadalajara, do you think Olders Crew can be a right successor?
“Of course, if we keep the knowledge and hunger to develop and improve our level we can always represent Guadalajara as OPEM done in the past. They will always keep their place, and we will continue to print our mark for Guadalajara, Mexico and the World!”
What are the next electro related projects for your team?
“Our next goal is 2018 World Championship in Mexico, and we want to win first here before representing Mexico in an International event. “
Here an extract of the 2 vs. 2 final won by Reyes & Blade