Marchan por Kalimba en Mexico y escriben oraciones a su favor!!
Tras el arresto por una supuesta acusación de violación, el cantante mexicano Kalimba ha recibido una fuerte y positiva reacción en apoyo al cantante, entre ellas un marcha mundial que será difundida por Twitter.
“ Marcha pacifica en apoyo a KalimbaMX. Sábado 12 del día en el Angel de la Independencia. Vamos!” es el mensaje que esta circulando en el microblogging y compartiendo por artistas que se solidarizan con el.
Notorious for being one of the most creative and diligent teams in a scene that’s becoming more and more competitive, Diamond Bar All Male knows how to hold their own – not only evident in their stacked trophy cases, but also in their work ethic, humility, innovation, and perhaps the most precious of all, their playful charm.
But these traits and practices didn’t appear from thin air. Coach Jeffrey Calimbas, who has danced for teams in the Southern California dance community including Common Ground, GRV, Hall of Fame, and (currently) Culture Shock Los Angeles, while also co-directing Future Shock Los Angeles, is largely responsible for nurturing the artistic direction and values that helped shape the team to what it is today. He uses his experience as a dancer by implementing collegiate and professional methods to the high school circuit – a method that has, needless to say, proven to be quite effective.
A team of such notoriety does not go unnoticed – AwesomenessTV recently featured Diamond Bar’s All Male team in a series called “Brahma Beat.” It documents their rehearsals, and all that goes into preparing for the 2016 competition season. The first episode officially premiered earlier this month, and following ones are scheduled to be aired throughout the season.
Wanna watch? We’ve compiled the released episodes of “Brahma Beat” below – click to peep into the journey of one of Southern California’s most dedicated (and successful!) teams.
Brahma Beat: Official Trailer
Episode 1: “Dance Like You’re Hungry For It”
Episode 2: New Choreography For The Boys
Episode 3: Boys and Girls Choreography Collab
Episode 4: It’s Showtime!
Executive Producer: Laura Flanagan
Producer: Tara Cole
Associate Producer: Drew Warren
Editor: Zack Wilson
Production Assistants: Ali Gould
Simba:took fifteen minutes to get ready after recieving Calli's text. After taking the quickest of showers known to man to get rid of the sweat he had aquired from working out at the gym. He threw on a pair of jeans that hung low against his hips,a baby blue t-shirt,with a matching plaid shirt over it,pairing it with pair of matching sneakers his hair would dry on the drive there.Grabbing his car keys and wallet and was out the door to go pick up Calli. Simba had an adversion to ever being late engrained into him by his uncle in childhood that simply stuck with him until adulthood. He looked at his phone memorizing the address of his destination. Simba drove of and mulled in his head on where he should take Calli. As he arrived and parked infront of the place he finally came to the conculsion of where he would take her. He walked up and knocked on Calli's door.
It was surprising how much effect the arrival of his best friend, Nala the day before and Calli’s arrival today had managed to brighten Simba’s spirits. They brighten them to point where he had cut back a bit on his drinking, he finally had something to look forward to and didn’t feel so unbalanced. He had spent the previous day catching up with Nala and Kekes and hanging out which was something that he had really needed. He needed to be surrounded by people who he cared about and yes Calli puffs was one of them. In her he felt like he had found a kindred spirit. Damn that sounded sappy but the truth is he cared and he was surprisingly okay with that. He had no idea why it was so. Though sometimes he had dark thoughts and pessimistic ideas about letting people into his private life and circle but Calli was different. One might say she was a special case, the exception to the rules he had long before established for his mental sanity, and the orchestrated perfection of his public life. She had unknowingly slipped through the cracks of the walls he had built so long ago.
Simba left the house quietly not wanting to wake a jet lagged Nala up. Poor thing was exhausted from her trip and had fallen asleep on the couch. He made the drive in less than the regular thirty minutes it took to get to the private air strip to pick up his Calli puffs from the airport. Well technically she wasn’t his yet, only time could tell with that one. Stationing the car with ease he waited. Her flight he knew from checking the jets flight maps from his phone was expected to arrive in a few, it was thankfully on time. Running his fingers through his hair a nervous gesture that he had. Leaving his hair slicked back as he looked up at the jet that was landing a few yards away. Yep right on time. He couldn’t wait to see her.
Calli:You’re welcome. I know how worried you probably would have gotten if you hadn’t. Aw, tell her not to worry about it. And mama fed me, no worries. It was..I slept so I can’t say..
Simba:Yes I would have I've heard about 911 okay. I'll let her know she'll probably still text you or something. That's good then tell your mama I said hi and thank you for feeding my favorite Muse. Oh you can actually fall asleep on airplanes lucky. What time is it over there?