My Street Moves: Bbotics

My Street Moves: Bbotics

My Street Moves featuring Brandon Munoz: Bbotics

Hosted by Bryson Wesley

Brandon Munoz also known as “Bbotics” who was born in Pasadena. He went to Pasadena High and has been dancing “Animation” now for five years. He was so inspired by the members of Dragon House, a group of animators here in the valley.

 

My Street Moves: Your Style is You

My Street Moves: Your Style is You

My Street Moves featuring DJ Hazze and Tiana Collins: Your Style is You

Hosted by Bryson Wesley

In this episode of “My Street Moves” host Bryson Wesley talks with his guests DJ Hazze and Tiana Collins regarding dance battles, the importance of earning your name and the traditions dancing can carry. Hazze is a veteran of the dance community having traveled the world. Click here, here, and here for some of his clips.

Tiana Collins, a student at CSUN and Choreographer researches the history her style and uses that to connect with the movements, check her out here.

Living The Good Life -04.24.17- Dennon Rawles

Living The Good Life -04.24.17- Dennon Rawles

Dennon Rawles

On the fifth edition of living the good life, host Yadira Gonzalez interviews Choreographer and performer Dennon Rawles, who has been Dancing for over 40 years. He is currently a professor of Latin Social and Salsa at Pierce College. He talks about the work he has done for films, musicals and much more throughout his career. He also explains why dancing is a great way to stay physically active and talks about his new book “On the floor.” ¬†Click below for the complete interview and make sure to check out his website dennonandsayhber.com