TweetBoogie

Always representing The South Bronx, TweetBoogie is devoted to the street styles of hip-hop. Her passion has led her to work with top artists like Jay-Z, LL Cool J, Shakira, Kanye West, Jasmine Sullivan, Nicki Minaj and the iconic Miss Janet Jackson herself.  In 2007, TweetBoogie was a guest choreographer on The Oprah Show where she taught Oprah Winfrey and Gail King and some of the latest hip-hop dance moves. She was also the host of MTV's "Dances From the Hood," executive produced by Sway Calloway. Most recently TweetBoogie choreographed for 50 Cent's 2022 Green Light Gang World Tour and Mary J. Blige’s 2022 Good Morning Gorgeous™️ Tour. TweetBoogie also takes great pride in her work within the underground dance community. She has been a guest artist and performer for Red Bull and Red Bull Connect and worked as a teaching artist and judge for the Juste Debout 2019 Global Tour, one of the biggest international underground dance battles. 

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Ailey Extension's Kids & Teens Spring 2021 Online Session Features New Offerings And Expanded Classes For Ages 5 to 7

(New York) March 5, 2020 – Ailey Extension’s Kids & Teens Online workshop is keeping kids moving this spring with a range of classes teaching fun dance techniques in a non-competitive environment. Dancers as young as 5 years old have the chance to learn from in-demand instructors as they develop coordination and individuality with their movements. The Spring 2021 eight-week session – which runs from March 1 to May 2 – includes hip-hop classes for all ages, ballet for children ages 5-12, Horton for pre-teens, and introduces two new class options – Teen Contemporary and Junior Broadway Jazz.

Ailey Extension Celebrates Black History Month With Virtual Workshops And Classes Exploring Dances Of The African Diaspora

(New York) February 2, 2021 - This Black History Month, Ailey Extension is taking students on a virtual world tour exploring a range of dance techniques from across the African diaspora. Throughout February, dancers are invited to participate in special workshops and weekly classes that will expose them to the rich history of dances born from different Black communities in the USA, Caribbean, South America, and the continent of Africa.

Ailey All Access Moves Forward With Free Performances By Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Ailey II And Special Class Series Marking 15 Years Of Ailey Extension

New York, NY - April 2, 2020 - The Ailey organization continues to share the Ailey spirit with people wherever they are during this challenging time through Ailey All Access – free online streaming series featuring performances of full length works from the repertory, Ailey Extension dance classes, and original short films created by the Ailey dancers, and other especially created content.

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LIVE with Kelly & Mark - Let’s Dance Week: Hip Hop with Ailey Extension’s TweetBoogie

TweetBoogie is a celebrated dancer and choreographer whose hip hop classes at Ailey Extension help introduce people from all walks of life to the culture through the element of dance. TweetBoogie teaches beginner hip hop at Ailey Extension on Sundays at 2pm and Mondays at 6:30pm. For more details on how people of all ages can get moving with Ailey to hip hop and other techniques, check out alvinailey.org/extension.

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Live With Kelly & Mark - Let's Dance Week: Hip Hop With Ailey Extension's TweetBoogie

TweetBoogie is a celebrated dancer and choreographer whose hip hop classes at Ailey Extension help introduce people from all walks of life to the culture through the element of dance. TweetBoogie teaches beginner hip hop at Ailey Extension on Sundays at 2pm and Mondays at 6:30pm. For more details on how people of all ages can get moving with Ailey to hip hop and other techniques, check out alvinailey.org/extension.

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Huff Post - Tweet Boogie Helped Shape Hip-Hop Culture From The Dance Floor

As we close out the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, it’s only fitting to pay homage to not just the rappers and singers who paved the way but also the creatives who sculpted the culture on the dance floor. Dancer and choreographer Tweet Boogie, known in some circles as Tweetie, has danced with and for icons such as Jay-Z, LL Cool J, Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, Jazmine Sullivan and Janet Jackson since she was barely out of her teens.