Quest Crew is an American hip-hop dance crew from Los Angeles, California who were declared winners of the third season of America’s Best Dance Crew. They made their first few appearances individually on shows like So You Think You Can Dance and at events such as Kollaboration 8 and World of Dance.They are currently helping with choreography for well known artists such as LMFAO and touring with them as well.
The name “Quest Crew” reflects the support that of the Quest Learning Center, located in Artesia, California, has had on growth within the team and individually.Quest Crew won the title of America’s Best Dance Crew on the third season of the show and consists of ten members. Team members originally performed with the SickStep dance troupe, but later disbanded to recreate and include dancers to form Quest. D-Trix and Victor Kim are also part of the b-boy crew Fallen Kings, formally known as Flexible Flave, which won Freestyle session.
The entire crew appeared in the Far East Movement music video “Dance Like Michael Jackson” and LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem”, “Champagne Showers”, “Sexy And I Know It” and “Sorry for Party Rocking”. Quest Crew also performed on Idol Gives Back in 2008, and toured with Gloria Estefan and Sheila E
On April 15, 2010 America’s Best Dance Crew held a special charity episode featuring the winners of the first five seasons. Each dance crew was partnered with a charity organization. Quest Crew supported the DoSomething.org volunteer organization which inspires young people into action to better their community. Quest spent time with Jordan Coleman, the fourteen-year-old from Hackensack, NJ, who developed and released the film “Say It Loud” to promote the importance of education. Hok held the honor of presenting Jordan with a donation check worth $10,000. They performed to “Sing, Sing, Sing” by Swing Kids.