"As performance artists and dancers,
we see everything as art. "
Born in Chicago, and raised in Memphis Tennessee, he didn't start dancing until he was 11 years old. Charles "Lil Buck" Riley now specializes in jookin, a street dance style originated in his hometown of Memphis. He's since introduced the art to a mainstream audience across the world.
In 2015, he made the cover of the Wall Street Journal's "Innovators Issue", due to his creative collaborations with international artists and fashion brands.