Jeorge “Pop Master Fabel” Pabon  born and raised in NYC’s El Barrio Spanish Harlem, he developed his early dance and choreography career at Hip Hop jams and clubs. Since 1982, his pioneering talent has been internationally showcased and he is a featured dancer in the Hip Hop cult classic movie, “Beat Street.” He is a senior member of the Rock Steady Crew and member of the Electric Boogaloos. Fabel is the co-founder of GhettOriginal Productions Inc. With GhettOriginal, who’s co-authored, co- directed, and co-choreographed the first two Hip Hop musicals ever, “So! What Happens Now?” and “Jam on the Groove” (first official Off-Broadway Hip Hop musical). As an adjunct professor, he teaches Hip Hop dance/movement in the Experimental Theater Wing at NYU’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts and Manhattanville College. Fabel presents lectures, demonstrations, teaches master classes, and participates in outreach programs and conferences internationally. Fabel is currently a master teacher and national reviewer for the National Young Arts Foundation. He is also the co-founder of Tools Of War© which is an organization that brought Hip Hop culture back to the parks of New York City for the past 14 years. TOW represents the grass roots essence of Hip Hop culture. Fashion Curator and Artist-In-Residence Urban artist at the Universal Hip Hop Museum, andis a renown Hip Hop historian, videographer, DJ and social justice.  activist.