By AFRO Staff

The King of Baltimore dance competition celebrated 10 years on Aug. 6. Hundreds of Charm City residents braved inclement weather to pack out Patapsco Arena, where classic dance moves like the Cherry Hill, the Spongebob and crazy legs were on full display as Baltimore Club mix hyped up the energetic crowd. 

The competition took place in three rounds, starting with 24 contestants. The men faced off against each other with their best moves, flips and turns until finally a new king was crowned. 

Deven “King Devo” Cook ultimately took home the King of Baltimore title, an honor bestowed upon him once before in the competition’s sixth year.