Tag Archive: hiphop

Dancer: Bosco

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With an extensive list of credits, Bosco continues to share his passion for dance as a performer, instructor, and choreographer. He can be seen on TV dancing in numerous ads or films: Dance Flick, You Got Served, Shake It UP, MTV Movie Awards, So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Next Top Model, iPod, etc.

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Hip Hop Instructor: Bosco

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A widely experienced instructor, Bosco has taught in over 125 schools around the world and has performed with several artists such as Missy Elliott, P!nk, 50 Cent, Fergie, Tyra Banks, Kelly Rowland, Timbaland, Lloyd, Green Day, Nelly Furtado, Ashley Tisdale, Too $hort, Daddy Yankee, and Corbin Bleu to name a few.

Exclusive Audition – Establish Your Empire August 12 2013, Bay Area CA

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An experience that will bring dancers to their next level of artistry–Gigi Torres launches Establish Your Empire to the Bay! Audition to earn a free 2-hr seminar to Creating Opportunities “How To Make A Dance Career Work For You.” Strengthen your performance, staging & blocking techniques, execution & dynamics, and musicality through 12 hours of intense rehearsals and individual dance critiques. Viral video shoot and exhibition performance to conclude the experience.

Choreographer: Jose “Hollywood” Ramos

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Born in Puero Rico and Raised in New York City Jose ” Hollywood” has been dancing since the age of five and choreographing since the age of fifteen. His professional career was taken to the next level when he became the Lead Choreographer for rising Hip-Hop star Lil Mama (music videos and national tour). Hollywood has also choreographed for Rihanna, Chris Brown, Eve, Wisin y Yandel, Austin Brown…

Hip Hop Instructor: Miki Emura

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Miki Emura from Japan moved to the US in 2005 and has been featured in numerous showcases. She won the opportunity to be a cast member of the legendary Monsters of Hip Hop Show in 2009 and has been seen in TV show and movies.

Choreographer: Kennis Marquis

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With nothing but passion and talent, Kennis Marquis left his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri in a van full of his close friends, and drove to Los Angeles to make his mark in the dance scene. His first big break came when he met Laurieann Gibson, star of E!s The Dance Scene and BETs Born To Dance, and assisted her on the movie Honey starring Jessica Alba. Loaded with a style all his own, Mr Marquis began to climb the ladder in choreography working with artists such as Britney Spears, P. Diddy, LL Cool J, and Ludacris.

Dancer: Lee Daniel

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Go2Talent Agency

“Lee moved to LA in 2006 after being cast in Monsters of Hip Hop–The Show. Recognized for his talent, he was given a class at Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio and after years of working in the dance industry is now the co-owner/ Artistic Director of theLAB Dance Studio in Chicago. His most recent work includes Usher, Queen Latifah, Carrie Underwood,and Jennifer Lopez, Jason Derulo’s ’10-’11 World Tour, The Ellen Degeneres Show, and American Idol.”

Dancer: Mana Ikeda

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Credits Live Performance May j  2011 concert (Japan) Musical “friend sip “ (Japan) Musical “Daddy Long Legs(Japan) Commercial “Japanese ice tea”(japan) Creativity Heals Federal Bar KOD Dance Battle Freestyle David Lehre live at Avalon… Continue reading

Dancer: Jian Pierre-Louis

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“Jian Pierre-Louis was taught at a young age the true ways of hip hop dance and its culture, which included party-dancing, popping, bboying and freestyle… Jian has worked with some of today’s top artists including Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys, Britney Spears, Keri Hilson, P.Diddy, Jordan Knight, Sean Kingston, Pussycat Dolls, Ne-Yo and many others. With his well seasoned style, Jian continues setting his mark in the industry.”

Dancer: Malcolm “Blaze” Little

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Born in the Bronx, NY and raised in New Jersey, Malcolm was introduced to dance at the age of 7. Some of the teams he has been apart of include Flipcyde iLLstars, The Society & Raps Dance Troupe. Malcolm has performed at Carnival LA & NYC and with Rhythm City’s off-broadway production called “The Takeover.” Malcolm’s most recent work includes a 2-month tour in China, as well as dancing for the artist Domo.

“Dancers Who Don’t Dance For Artists, Don’t Matter.”

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I won’t mention who said this or where I heard it (you might be able to guess that it came from someone who does dance for artists) but as someone who’s rarely danced for artists and lives… Continue reading

“I Really Want To Look Cleaner … Do You Have Any Tips On How I Could Improve?” -Advice From Kyle

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tyreshaa-deactivated20120129 asked: Hi Kyle (: I’ve been dancing on and off for a few years now, but I really want to look cleaner and have a more defined, unique style of my own.… Continue reading

“When I’m In Groups… I Get Super Nervous.. I Dont Know What To Do” -Advice From Kyle

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jdotwright asked: Hi Kyle, I’m hoping you can give me some advice. When I’m in groups at the end of class I get super nervous. If I look up or straight ahead I forget the choreo…but then I don’t look confident and that almost seems worse. I don’t know what to do.

ARC Dance Lounge, NoHo CA

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“The ARC (Artist Resource Center) is a not-for-profit facility that provides artists with the tools and knowledge to grow in their craft, with practical training in both the creative and the business sides of the entertainment industry… The ARC Dance Lounge was launched with dancers, actors & photographers in mind…”

Dancer: Angel B

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MSA Talent Agency

Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Angel B is an icon in the dance industry in her country as a choreographer and dancer for some the top names in the business as Negra Li, Ivete Sangalo, Wanessa, Rodriguinho and many others who had contributed. Most recently her credits include dancing for Kanye West at SWU festival, choreographing for Wanessa feat Bam Bam “Stick Dough” Music Video…