Pretty Brown Dancers have decided to shine some light on the captains of the Majorette Dance Lines we often post on our pages. Our first feature is Ms. Semaya Roberts of Mckinley High School Pantherettes, who has gained notoriety for slaying and being in savage mode during her stand battles. Read her interview with PrettyBrownDancers.com
Our Dancer of the Week, Kyndall Williams is a competitive dancer, author, and non-profit founder…AT 11 YEARS OLD. Check out her interview!
The Dazzling Divas of Essence started in 2009, an Adult Elite Dance Troupe for young women. Check out their rendition of superstar Beyoncé Knowles 2009 hit “DIVA”.
The lovely ladies of Grady High School Royal Elegance Auxiliary introduced their new team members with these glamorous and sophisticated photos (photographer unknown). Check out the rest of the pics and a recap of their 2016-2017 Season.
Tarika Holland, her artist name being is0latedbeauty, is a 16 year old aspiring dancer from Augusta, Georgia. Her name “is0latedbeauty” evolved from her frustration of people misusing or overusing the word ”different.” Her name means set aside from everyone else, a sight like no other, nothing comparable, nothing similar, and her name means different without saying different. She attends Davidson Fine Arts, and that is where her very unexpected dance
Dance Muse is a series of artistic and professional photo shoots featuring pretty brown dancers.
There are many dance challenges posted on Instagram. This one challenge was the trending topic. Check it out
Originally from Chicago, Illinois Chantal’ Ashante Hill began as a gymnast at 6 years old but began her formal ballet training at the late age of 17. With the heart & the strength of God, she persevered towards her purpose which she now calls “Spiritual Ballerina.” Chantal’ is the Spiritual Ballerina who dances as Gods Vessel to glorify God.
Earlier this month, three high school girls from Maplewood, NJ performed a powerful lyrical dance to Nina Simone’s song “Strange Fruit” for a Special Dance event taken place at Columbia High School. However, their school community deemed it offensive.
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