Victor Adebusola started his dance career in 2002 in Baltimore, MD, where he trained in ballet, tap, modern, jazz and hip hop for several years. After graduating high school, Vic went to the University of Maryland College Park where he discovered Dynamic Hip-Hop Dance Troupe and eventually became Artistic Director of the group. Vic became an official member of Culture Shock, Washington, DC in 2011. Through Culture Shock DC, Vic has had the opportunity to travel to places such as Los Angeles, San Diego, Ottawa, Canada, and New York showcasing with the troupe. Vic has also taught nationally and internationally at locations such as University of North Carolina, Virginia Tech, George Mason University, New York, New Jersey, and most recently teaching abroad in Ottawa, Canada. He has also judged several competitions, including Rip the Floor, a competition hosted by University of Maryland’s own Dynamic Hip-Hop Dance Team.
Vic has recently taken on the full time role as a choreographer, dancer, and instructor in pursuit of his goal and dream of becoming a house hold name in the dance community and a professional working dancer/choreographer. Vic most recently was the Chief Artistic Director of Culture Shock DC and a cofounder of the all male Hip Hop crew, UpperClassMen, while also performing with the Tito Boyscouts. He teaches at several studios in the DMV area, most notably Calvert School of Dance (national champions), and is an adjunct faculty member at George Mason University teaching hip hop to college students. Vic has choreographed several competition-winning pieces for dance studios in the Maryland and DC area.