Friday, April 18, 2014

Video: Beat Freaks Reel for 2014

Beat Freaks are still around, performing, and showing their creativity and passion evidenced on ABDC Season 3. Here's their latest reel.

Video: Ian Eastwood (Mos Wanted) - "Sweatpants"

The smooth and charismatic, Ian Eastwood, is back - along with his Mos Wanted Fam - in this production to Childish Gamino's "Sweatpants".  This fun video not only features great choreography (and a cameo from the lovely Megan Batoon), but also reminds us of the hot, summer days that are ahead of us.  From Ian Eastwood YouTube.

Video: Pharside (AoV) - Pass It Down | Dance Guidelines

The founder of Skool District's Academy of Villains, Chris 'Pharside' Jennings, is dropping knowledge on this Easter weekend.  No dancing in this video, but just as important, Pharside is educating many of the young talents out there with his YEARS AND YEARS of experience in both - the freestyle and choreography scenes.  In it, he covers issues dealing with 'Easy Props', 'Biting', 'Being original', 'Equal Rights', and 'Competitions'.  What do you think?  Do you agree with Pharside? Leave comments below.  From pharside YouTube.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Video: Mos Wanted Crew Perform at WoD LA '14

It seems as if we can post videos for DAYS on this one event alone.  Here's more hot-fire from the world famous, Mos Wanted Crew.  To see more EXCLUSIVE performances from World of Dance: Los Angeles, head over to WorldofDance.com and click on NETWORK.  From World of Dance Network YouTube.
 
Go to the all new World of Dance Network to see more EXCLUSIVE performances from WoD '14

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Video: Poreotics at WoD LA '14

More from this great event.  Here's the season 5 champs (all of them) performing at World of Dance: Los Angeles.  From World of Dance Network YouTube.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Videos: Quest Crew at WoD LA '14 | D-Trix Returns!

Wow! For the 'Best Dance Show of the Year' category, I would nominate this year's World of Dance: Los Angeles.  Yesterday, we posted the JBWKZ performance, and if you head on over to the World of Dance Network you can check out these two videos from the legendary Quest Crew.  They're of the same performance but with two different camera angles.  I geeked out!  Welcome back D-Trix!