“Fear None” by The Kinjaz | Respect All…Fear None!

Choreography by: Tony Tran, Mike Song, Bam Martin, Anthony Lee, Vinh Nguyen, Keone Madrid

Performed by: Mike Song, Tony Tran, Anthony Lee, Jawn Ha, Charles Nguyen, Bam Martin, Vinh Nguyen, Pat Cruz, Keone Madrid

Music by: DJ Cam “China Girl” | Kendrick Lamar “Humble” | Problem “Betta Watch Yo Self”


UPS vs FEDEX dance battle!

“Get Low” by Lil Jon & the East Side Boys | Dance Collaboration

Fedex: The Williams Family

UPS: Josh Killacky, Jake Deanda, & Alex DiTommaso

Cameo by David Moore


Don’t be mad cause I’m doing me better than you doing you

“Sweatpants” by Childish Gambino | Choreography by Ian Eastwood

ft. Mos Wanted Crew: Brian Puspos, Ian Eastwood, Jawn Ha, Jun Quemado, Ricky Cole


this took me forever but was so worth it ;-; first animation my dudes

would you guys want a continuation of this, a keith counterpart, a fluffy shallura one, a fast klance one, or didn’t like it and want no more animation? pls let me know your thoughts in the comments cause this is all new to me <3

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Jackie Chan getting pissed off and walking off because his co-star can’t follow the fight choreography he’s been given.

Jackie explains that Ron Smoorenburg (the co-star in this scene) kept moving forward, towards Jackie, instead of performing his moves on the spot. This pushed Jackie back and ultimately out of frame.

Eventually, due to Ron not being able to pull off the requested moves, they had to bring a double in: long time Jackie Chan Stunt Team member, Brad Allan.


Bringing that nerd swagger!

“Laffy Taffy” by D4L | Choreography by Scott Forsyth

ft. The Brotherhood | First Place finish at Vibe | Link to full video

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There isn’t an Oscar for choreography, but if there were, La La Land would almost certainly be taking it home this year. Starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, this musical for the 21st century is full of tapping, waltzing, fox-trotting salutes to 20th century musical classics.

The opening scene is a wow. A typical, Los Angeles traffic jam — blue skies and sunshine over the congested ramp where the 105 freeway meets the 110. Frustrated drivers are stuck sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic. All of a sudden they get out of their cars and start to sing and dance!

They’re hopping, jumping and somersaulting over cars and trucks — and all throughout the joyful number, choreographer Mandy Moore was underneath one of the cars — “screaming out the counts. It was really fun,” she says.

Behind This Exuberant Dance Number? Planning, Precision And Practice

Photo: Lionsgate