Mnet Survival Show Street Woman Fighter

‘Street Woman Fighter’ is Mnet’s first all-female dance crew competition. With 8 dance crews taking part, Kang Daniel will be hosting the show while BoA and NCT’s Taeyong have been announced as judges. The show released introductory stages where the crews paired up to perform songs by BoA, CL, Jessi and Hyuna. Its views and likes will count in the crews’ first-round evaluations. From the first episode’s preview which was raw and intense, it seems that CL, Jessi and PSY are also going to be present for the first episode.

The survival show will first air on August 24, 2021 at 10:20 PM KST on Mnet’s official TV channel. Certain clips and performances will be available on their YouTube channel.

The Crews

Kai’s backup dancer who went viral, no:ze too is participating and is in the crew WAYB.
The LACHICA crew has dancers like Rian and Simeez who are known for choreographing as well as dancing for KARD, Taemin, and Chungha.
The HOOK crew is known for working with Refund Sisters which had Jessi herself.
IZ*ONE’s Chaeyeon joining the show was much talked about as this happens to be her fourth survival show. She’s part of the WANT crew which has aespa’s choreographer Rozalin and 1MILLION Dance Studio’s Hyojin Choi.

Source: Mnet’s Naver post

Meanwhile, YGX is a YG Entertainment crew that has choreographed ITZY and TWICE and has dancers like Yell and Leejung.
Coca N Butter crew’s speciality is hip-hop as they have street dancers like Lee Hei.
PROWDMON has dancers who have participated in more than 100 dance battles and choreographers like Lip J.
The HolyBang crew is led by Honey J who is known for working with Jay Park.

Source: Mnet’s Naver post

In the introductory round, two crews performed songs by the same artist. Watch the introductory stages below.

YGX’s stage:

Coca n Butter’s stage:

WANT’s stage:

HOOK’s stage:

WAYB’s stage:

LACHICA’s stage:

PROWDMON’s stage:

HolyBang’s stage:

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