Definition of "b-boy" []

  • A male rap-music fan, who typically can be identified by his casual style of dress (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "b-boy" in a sentence
  • "They've got a music academy, a worldwide b-boy battle, and soundclashes, where bands of different genres are pitted against each other."
  • "Having growing up in hip hop before the b-boy and graffiti were united with it to form a movement, before we acknowledged a difference between rap and hip hop because both were still forming, and before we fully respected the art of a true emcee, I never saw it outside of the realm of clear and rational opinion on objective truth."
  • "Eat it b-boy, capitalists are humans (I know I know even I want to argue with that last statement) and with that what other group/s could be to blame? bobby b needs 2 live said on April 29th, 2009 at 1: 27 am your comment is still personal opinion so i respect it. (also i love big werds)"
  • "What had made matters worse was that my b-boy skills had got noticed by seniors who were jocks and they started taking me under their wing."