Guest Artist – Zoje Azeke

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This winter when PACC’s very own Filip Lacina, Hip-Hop Extraordinaire was in Paris for Fashion Week performances, he brought in a fantastic dancer and performer friend Zoje Azeke.  Zoje captured everyone bringing some styles and moves that were a fantastic compliment m Filip’s, and the students had a blast!  Zoje has a fantastic career, quite literally dancing with the stars (not the tv show) and inspired everyone to dig deep, learn more about all styles including ballet, which lead to better all around Hip-Hop dancing!

**Adult Hip Hop Ladies – The track you were dancing to is called “This is How I Feel” by Tank

Big thanks to Filip Lacina for bringing us a fantastic sub when he was performing abroad, and thank you Zoje for joining us at PACC!

Zoe’s bio and video links he sent us are below

Beyonce – Made In America

 
Nicki Minaj – Victoria Secret Fashion Show
 
Queen of the Night at the Diamond Horseshoe
 
The Get Down (Netflix)
 
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***FOR THE MOM’S ☺️☺️☺️
Ehizoje Azeke Biography: 
 

Ehizoje Azeke (Zoje) is an performing artist living and working in NYC. He is signed to the dance divsion of MSA New York. As a dancer he has had the privilege of working with artists including Beyonce, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Joss Stone, Lil Mama, and Carrie Underwood. He is an original cast member of the immersive production QUEEN OF THE NIGHT at the DIAMOND HORSESHOE. He recently appeared in the feature films CARRY ME HOME (Cuba Gooding Jr), and BOLDEN.  He will also be appearing in VINYL (Martin Scorsese, HBO) and THE GET DOWN (Baz Luhrmann, Netflix). He was also a featured guest on MTV’s THE FRESHMEN for 6 seasons. Other important credits/clients include: America’s Best Dance Crews, Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, Nike, and Elle Magazine. 

 
Ehizoje Azeke also works in youth development. He is creator of TEAM Z, a free dance training program for preteen girls in NYC, and co-founder of the New York Youth Movement Collaborative (NYMC), a free development program for aspiring young dancers ages 14-21.