Hip Hop Dancers

Hip Hop includes a wide range of styles primarily breaking. It was created in the 1970s and was made popular by dance crews in the United States. Classically trained dancers developed studio styles in order to choreograph from the hip-hop dances that were performed on the street. Dancing Hip Hop allows others to express their emotions through dance.

The Presentation behind one of the five best dancers in the industry.

William Adams

William "Willdabeast" Adams, began his more intense dance training in 2005 in cities like Indianapolis and Chicago. He then began to travel and attend many dance conventions like Monsters of Hip Hop, Pulse on Tour. In late 2009, Adams chose to move to Los Angeles, California to continue to establish his career.Since moving to LA, got jobs choreographing for Nike commercials and as a guest choreographer on one of the most popular dance television series in America, So You Think You Can Dance.In 2013, Adams created the immaBEAST dance company. Adams' company immediately began producing videos and short films that have since gained millions of views and followers. The immaBEAST company has become one of the biggest hip hop brands in America and has also had a major influence on American dance culture as well.

Ysabelle Capitule

Ysabelle is a Hip Hop dancer and choreographer. She started as a professional dancer with the Golden State Warriors Jr. Jam Squad at the age of eight. She was one of the founding members of Urban Empire and created her own apparel line DIBZ. Overtime she became instagram famous with 464,000 followers and counting. Ysabelle is continuing to grow as a dancer and a teacher, living her dreams in Las Angeles.

Phil Wright

Phil Wright is a Choreographer from Florida. he started dancing when he was nine years of age. As his passion grew he began to dance and choreograph professionally in Miami. With hopes of pursuing his dreams at a higher level, Phil moved to California.Phil has danced for artists including Will Smith, Chayanne, Nicki Minaj, and Pitbull. He also is a teacher for Millennium Dance Complex, Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio, IDA Dance Academy, and Abby Lee Dance Studio. He travels as much as he can teaching new students in new areas spreading his knowledge and love of dance.

Jade Chynoweth

Jade Chynoweth is an all around dancer. She is 19 years old on the path to stardom. She has over 400,000 followers on Instagram, devoted YouTube fans and a love for dance. She was mentored by "So You Think You Can Dance" Alum Gev Manoukian, since she was 9 years old. Alum choreographed many of her hip-hop solos. Jade grew up in quiet Park City, UT, where she began training at the age of 2. In later years, she studied at Dance Tech Studios, where she took classes in tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop and pointe. By 2011, Chynoweth was traveling to L.A. regularly to audition for dance gigs and scored a coveted spot as one of The PULSE on Tour's 2010/2011 Elite Protégés, touring with top choreographers like Dave Scott, Mia Michaels, Cris Judd, Laurieann Gibson and Brian Friedman. Her work with The PULSE spilled over into her professional life when she teamed up with a bunch of other talented young PULSE alums to form a crew called The Protégés.Today, Jade is an industry standout—not only dancing professionally, but also acting. She's scored roles in feature films like 300: Rise of an Empire and Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, and a part in the TV show “The Last Ship." Jade sees both dancing and acting as vehicles for storytelling—which explains her off-the-chain stage presence as a dancer.

FeFe Burgos

FeFe Burgos is a new upcoming professional dancer. He is 20 years old and has been dancing for two and a half years. he is signed with Bloc agency.The biggest accomplishment this year has been training with Rhapsody James in her program Motivating Excellence and doing the Monsters Show which was directed by Chonique and Lisette. He is currently in a crew called Project Valentine.


You can find and get a chance to dance with these choreographers at MILLENIUM DANCE COMPLEX in Las Angelos.

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