Keone & Mari Madrid performing “We Could Fly” at the World of Dance. This couple keeps busting out absolutely amazing pair hip hop inspired routines.
It’s no secret that I’ve been loving me some popping in the last year, and so this compolation of Juste Debout 2012 Popping category was particularly stunning for me. If you’re still wondering what this dance style is all about, be sure to check it out. Thanks YAK Films.
Little BGirl Terra is tearing it up in this battle at CHELLES BATTLE PRO 2013.
Mikhail Baryshnikov in “White Nights”, dancing “Koni” (Horses) by Vladimir Vysotsky. A great moment in film dance choreography.
It’s really great to see talented women getting recognized more and more in the hip-hop world, even if it is primarily in popping. This is certainly no exception, on all counts. YAKFilms delivers once again.
Jordan Frisbee & Tatiana Mollmann 1st place Classic Division winners with “Gravity” at the 2011 Mid Atlantic Dance Jam. I feel like the really wonderful thing about the routines this couple do is that they almost feel more like contemporary dance, while maintaining the structure of West Coast Swing. You feel like you really have room to breathe, to connect with what is happening between the dancers, and between the music and the dancers, and with you.
Sadly, and despite this routine in 2011, after their very gutsy 2010 routine that netted them a mere 2nd place at the Swing US Open DC (after years of getting 1sts every year at that competition) they changed to safer, more standard routines that personally I feel fall kind of flat. But if results are all that matter, then it paid off for them as they got the 2011 and 2012 1st place again. via MariaF
Angela Trimbur returns with another entry in “Dance like nobody’s watching”, this time at an airport. I absolutely love the carefree nature of these and the ridiculousness that is rocking out like this. Traditionally you’d have to use a ghetto blaster and be even more obnoxious, but now with headphones you just look crazy.
(via Most Watched Today)
This time we get Bboy Tata on his own in a subway. Great montage and fantastic ending. YAKFilms delivers.
When Cabaret meets performance art meets charleston. A smile might have gone a long way, but still silly goodness.