TweetBoogie „Get Hyped” Ladies of Hip Hop Brooklyn | YAK FILMS

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Always representing The South Bronx, Tweetie is devoted to the street styles of hip-hop. Starting in the underground, as a teenager she had her own dance crew that she is proud of called KGB who battled and competed in talent shows like „The All Stars Talent Show Network”. As an alumni of LaGuardia of Performing Arts, her passion then lead her to enjoy dancing for artists like Jay-Z, Fergie, Ciara, Mya, Shareefa, Rah Digga, Mario, LL Cool J, Kanye West, Mary J Blige, and Shakira. She has done commercials like Ipod and NIKE and movies like „How She Move” and „Step Up 3D”. During that time Tweetie also got the opportunity to travel all over the world to countries like Japan, China ,The Philippines, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Australia, South Africa and Venezuela to name a few. As a representative/instructor of, which celebrates and dedicates preserving and redefining women’s roles in the hip-hop culture, she has also been hired by the government as the Cultural Envoy to teach kids and adults hip-hop thru music and dance. Deciding to move into the next level of her career, Tweetie has assisted choreography on shows like „So You Think You Can Dance Canada” with Luther Brown for 2 seasons. Now choreographing, Tweetie has worked for companies like Malibu Rum, Pepsi, SOBE, and a Metro PCS commercial. Tweetboogie has worked for artists like Ryan Leslie, Wynter Gordon, CJ Hilton, Jully Black, Kwame and also a tour show for Jazmine Sullivan on the Mary J Blige tour. Tweetie was also the host of an instructional hip-hop dance show called MTV’s „Dances From The Hood” On Demand with executive producer SWAY. As a highlight to her career, 2 of her biggest clients were teaching Gail and Oprah some of the latest hip-hop moves as a guest choreographer on The OPRAH Show. As she continues to teach for organization like Jacob’s Pillow and Youth Arts Tweetie currently teaches @ Alvin Ailey’s American Dance Theater, Broadway Dance Center and PeriDance Capezio Center.

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