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Bang Bang - Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj Choreography 

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Is it possible to just start life over like a video game? I’m ready to press restart please.

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is your heart supposed to pound for ten minutes straight after you answer one question in class

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thatknowleskid asked: Omfg you started at 18?!?!! Do you know how much I wanted to be a dancer? My biggest dream was to go on world tour with Beyoncé. See different places and dance my ass off at a concert I love. But reality hit me hard that I was aware of my age. As you said everyone starts at 4 or something. I never even dared to make something out of it.. You give hope mate

Aww thanks Mustafa. If that’s what you really wanna do, you can still do it if you want. Don’t be scared by the age thing, people’s careers by avergae take off in their late twenties and thirties. Just because you haven’t made it by 23 doesn’t mean you failed.

aresonmars asked: Your post just now about the dance world is what I needed right now. I've been having the biggest breakdown because of those reasons you listed and idk like I've been crying so hard and I've been so frustrated trying to figure out "what to do" with dance. I legit thought about giving up everything but idk your post kinda woke me up a bit. So thank you. And I wish you the best with your dance stuff too

Aww, I’m sorry to hear that Aryes. It’s a very difficult career path I know, but its not impossible. It just takes A LOT of dedication. I thought about giving up MANY times and just trying the 9-5 thing. But I know I wouldn’t be happy. Honestly bro, just keep training. Go take class as much as humanly possible. Make a deal with yourself to take AT least 2-3 classes a week. Not only will you get THAT much better, but you will meet other dancers and teachers and make those contacts. Almost all dance jobs are through word of mouth. To hear about them, you have to BE enveloped in that community. Go to Broadway Dance Center, Alvin Ailey, Peridance. Whatever works for you. Just take class. And thank you dude, I appreciate the kind words <3

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I wish people understood how hard it actually is to work in the entertainment business as a dancer. Everybody just assumes  yeah just go on “So You Think You Can Dance”, or just go and try out to be in a Beyonce video and suddenly you make it. Like no, it doesn’t work that way.

Auditions aren’t just on the internet for everybody to see. They are only made aware to big dance agencies…so if you are not signed to an agency 
1. You have NO IDEA where to even find these auditions. 
2. You can’t try out even if you did know where it is, because a good majority of them are not open to the public. Only some are.

It takes YEARS to become a working dancer in music videos, award show performances and tours. People spend their entire lives trying to achieve this. Kids dancing from the age of 7. I started when I was 18! And I’ve been pursuing it as an actual career for only about a year now because I wanted to graduate college first….so it gets me so frustrated when I hear family and people close to me saying “You’re not doing enough” “Why havent you made it yet?!”

Like nooo…I’m not going to be dancing behind Chris Brown anytime soon….it just doesnt work like that. It takes a lot of training and time. I’m in a transitional phase in my life, laying the ground work. No dancer just magically makes it.

Exactlyyyyy my mom asks me why Im not performing with some celebs when she sees my friends on t.v.
But they’re signed and live in LA where all the jobs are tsk tsk
It’s definitely hard work and dedication!!! But one can never give up nor give in to the negative

Nala, I know you of all people know the STRUGGLE. We run in the same circles. And my mom does the SAME EXACT thing when we watch an award show and I see my friends performing. It’s not fair to constantly be compared to other people. Everyone has a different path. And THERES A WHOLE OTHER THING that you just said perfectly. There are ZERO jobs in NY right now, everything is taking place in L.A. It’s a lot of hard work and you need a thick skin….You are constantly judged in this industry…you have to look this way, or dress that way…then the criticism from your own family. It gets very disheartening. It’s a battle to brush all that off and fight on. One day, we’re gonna show everyone. I know we will.

I’m still learning to love the parts of me that no one claps for.

I wish people understood how hard it actually is to work in the entertainment business as a dancer. Everybody just assumes  yeah just go on “So You Think You Can Dance”, or just go and try out to be in a Beyonce video and suddenly you make it. Like no, it doesn’t work that way.

Auditions aren’t just on the internet for everybody to see. They are only made aware to big dance agencies…so if you are not signed to an agency
1. You have NO IDEA where to even find these auditions.
2. You can’t try out even if you did know where it is, because a good majority of them are not open to the public. Only some are.

It takes YEARS to become a working dancer in music videos, award show performances and tours. People spend their entire lives trying to achieve this. Kids dancing from the age of 7. I started when I was 18! And I’ve been pursuing it as an actual career for only about a year now because I wanted to graduate college first….and it gets me so frustrated when I hear family and people close to me saying “You’re not doing enough” “Why havent you made it yet?!”

Like nooo…I’m not going to be dancing behind Chris Brown anytime soon….it just doesnt work like that. It takes a lot of training and time. I’m in a transitional phase in my life, laying the ground work. No dancer just magically makes it.

You know that feeling when your heart just hurts? Like a legitimate tug/pain when you’re sad.

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If so, feel free to submit it to HellYeahBeyonce and it will be posted for all to see :)

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