This past weekend in Miami, the final Red Bull Dance Your Style qualifier event ahead of the U.S. Finals provided thrills, twists, and turns, not unlike the skills displayed by the syle masters who took to the dance floor.
Thanks to a Twitter account boosting one of her fun-loving videos, we became aware of the Nigerian-American starlet and are honored to name her in the latest of our Baes and Baddies entries.
The dancing troupe comprised of Ugandan orphans delivered one of the best performances to the Canadian superstar's latest hit.
Teyana Taylor found herself having to correct a situation between a longtime associate and dancers in a recent video of hers. Dancers who appeared in the “WTP” video say they were not paid, and all signs point to the fact that the talent coordinator for the shoot failed to compensate talent.
During a Dallas stop of his This Is America tour, it appeared that the stage got a little too good to Childish Gambino. During his set, it appears an attempted dance move or something along those lines caused an injury and his show was cut early.
In further news you can use, the writer of Marcia Griffith’s enduring song “Electric Boogie” has dropped a bombshell on fans of the song that will make it a little awkward to play from now on. The writer of the track, the great Bunny Wailer, allegedly told an unnamed source that the song is about […]
This might not beat the way “Scarface” quit his job in Half Baked, but it’s a contender. A video producer that worked for a Taiwanese company resigned from her gig with a video of her dancing in an empty office to Kanye West’s “Gone.”
Rah Digga has long cemented her position as one of the best female rappers of all time, rising to prominence as part of New Jersey crew, The Outsidaz and Busta Rhymes‘ Flipmode Squad. Shifting gears somewhat, Digga has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds for a community dance center in her native Newark.
As previously reported, the father who took out some frustration in the form of whipping his misbehaving daughters with a cable wire is now facing criminal charges for the act. The Dayton, Oh. father has been accused of allegedly beating his children with a video cable from his television and DVD system.
Twerking, the popular and s-xually suggestive dance craze, is so popular that it even has a Wikipedia entry. After a father discovered his two teenaged daughters recording a twerk video to post to Facebook, the man took extreme measures in disciplining the girls.