Dhélé Tchekpo Agbetou ist leader and founder of the movement. He is dancer, artistic director, choreographer and virtuoso in Hip Hop and Contemporary Dance. After many years of studying abroad, like Paris and Israel, and an engagement at the theatre of Bielefeld, he now works as a freelancer. He also focuses on promoting the next generations of dancers and created the Wake Up O.W.L. Young Company and the OWL Kids).
He embodies the vision and the passion of Urban Stylez and gathers and connects exceptional humans and artists from different cultures.
Josephine Wittenbröker is a versatile dancer and creative artist. She is on a mission to create spaces for dancers and artists and realizes this in the creation of her own dancing school Flow Studios and the organisation of events and festivals. Josephine studied Contemporary Dance, her passions are improvisation and research of movement and oriental dance forms. Also she works on yoga, meditation and spirituality. Her experience in leading a dance studio and her training in event management, give her the skills to help in the organization of Urban Stylez.
Freesi is a Dj/Producer who plays music that makes you dance, whether its in a
Club or for International dancing battles or theatres. As a resident at Pelican Bar,
Goldfischglas Minidisco and Mo’Jams Hamburg (MojoJazzCafé) he is a part of
Hamburgs nightlife. Freesi also plays national and international Dance Battles for
many different styles of music like Funk, Disco, HipHop, House and everything in
between, as far as it keeps the people dancing.
In 2019 freesi played his first international gigs in Tel Aviv, Kuli Alma.
Miles Klevemann is a former dancer and film producer. His work is divers – from capturing the biggest dance battles like “Battle of the Year” & “European Buck Session”, documenting dance events in Germany & France, portraying Crew ‘Last Squad’ on their road to the world champion titel, to directing music videos on creating our own shortfilm with Anja Jadrischnikova. He translates the artists vision and captures the essence of the moments in the two dimensional world.