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dance break!!! kyle hanagami choreography, “i don’t care”

SEXY LADIES AHEAD!!!!


Do I have your attention???
Good. now watch this.

As you know, I love me a bevy of bad b*tches werkin, so Kyle Hanagami’s “I Don’t Care” choreo demo is  the dance break for today!  Filled with 4 sexy ladies dancing in the street regaling the fact that they don’t give a damn about you so they burned your clothes to ashes and crashed their car and they don’t careeeeeeeee!!!! I just love the fun and frivolity of it all as well as Kyle’s dynamic, ultra-feminine choreo.  Each dancer adds their own flair and life to the movement, filling the video with lots of replay value to see each girl’s style; not to mention the sizzling carwash edit smack in the center of the dancing! Kyle Hanagami is a choreographer of admiral repute who based out of LA and recently started a YouTube series in late 2013 called “Making Moves”, which chronicles the everyday lives of Hanagami and his friends who appear in most of his choreo videos he creates. He’s amassed a following (me included) because of his style and versatility. Check out “Making Moves” on Kyle’s YT page and peep his other demos there too!

choreo journal #4 – it all went so fast!

“TELL JOE FRANCIS TO STEP ASIDE!!!”

Hello friends!

This particular post has gone through 3 separate iterations on its way to being the words you see now. First, I was going to write about this great piece of choreo that I was hoping I’d get to filmed. Then it turned into a chance to tell you about this great opportunity I’d possibly have to film said choreo. Finally, it’s a chronicle of getting said piece of choreo filmed and having my first choreography demo début. Hear the story after the jump!

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choreo journal #3 – a prayer to the gods

“WE’LL THINK OF THIS AS MY PRAYER TO THE CHOREO GODS”

So I’m working on a new piece to a great new song which I may or may not share with you. First of all, you must understand why I may not share it with you. As dancers and choreographers, we get real protective or our stuff, especially when it’s new. The song I’m using is from a UK artist who hasn’t yet blown up here in the US and I don’t want to be the first to introduce him all over the place, hence everyone start using his music. Yes, it’s selfish. I know. Bite me. I’m sure I’ll end up mentioning much more about him, but until then, hold out until I’m feeling generous enough to share. I’ll drop some hints throughout the post, so let me know if you have an idea of who it is. Let’s just think of this as my prayer to the choreo gods; you’re just in the next confessional overhearing my plea. 🙂

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