Reggie Regg Roc Gray was born in East New York. His journey with dance began when he was 3. Introduced to reggae music by his family, Reggie took a liking to it. He wanted to learn this dance style, called Dancehall/Brukup. He and his friends went onto form an elite dance group based on this type of dance. The group HYPERACTIVE eventually led to Reggie being a pioneer in developing a new genre of dance – FLEXIN.
Since then, Reggie has founded a dance competition, D.R.E.A.M (Dance Rules Everything Around Me), appeared in several commercials and traveled around the world to share the dance style of Flexin. He and his dance crew won “Wild Out Weds" twice, and were featured in music videos such as Sean Paul’s “Like Glue,” Wayne Wonder’s “Elephant Man,” Nicki Minaj’s “Massive Attack” and more. They also competed on America’s Best Dance Crew Season 3 under the name Ringmasters. More recently, Reggie has explored his passion further by co-directing FLEXN with Peter Sellers at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. He believes that dancers must realize their role as innovators.