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Jose Miguel Reyes performing Ayer Pedi a song originally sung by Victor Garcia
Dakota Black at Jon Lovitz
Dakota has worked with Joey Medina, Carlos Mencia, Bobbie Lee, Brad Williams, Honest John, Damon Wayans and Rudy Moreno.
Aaron Decker (Bassist) of Inside Light performing 12 years.
Kaysey Strong's music video "I'm OK" from his debut album - Swimming In Murky Waters.
Dane Wagner - Dancer/Actor/Singer. www.danewagner.com
Meet Mike and Spike: An unlikely duo who try to make sense of each other, and the world around them. Created by Anthony Aroya of Cygnus Creations.
Animated by Ansar Sattar of Electric Juvenile Productions.
The A Cappella Fellas have been singing together for 7 years now, and they perform a wide variety of today's favorites, as well as some of the best hits from yesteryear. The Fellas also incorporate tight choreography & the occasional gymnastic stunt into their set, making them a truly unique addition to the genre.
Don't Stop Believing was performed at Club Paradiso in Calgary
Urban Fashion Network interviews fashion designer Natalie Nordblom about the RECO Jeans collection. RECO Jeans manufactures denim from recycled cotton fabrics . You may view the full runway presentation at www.urbanfashion.net
Joan Davis dances to Michael Jackson's song Billy Jean.
Gerry Alanguilan talks about what else? Breast !!!
KNS - U Like My Nikes
Director: Justin Charles
Production company : KongFist Entertainment , Astro Entertainment Media
Aurora of BMT was at the Couture Fashion Week and interviewed Kostas, Andres Aquino, Citra Gala and Susan Korwin.
2010 Jenin Gonzalez stunt coordinator O.U.T shows complete mastery of vertical jump and free running (Parkour).
Something's Gotta Change - written and performed by Chelsea Mann at The Village Underground in NYC
Zak Sandler (keyboard), Rob Savitsky (guitar), Bob Hart (bass), Bret Shefield (drums).
Produced by Junior Sanchez and Solomon Cortes. Written by Solomon Cortes, Sandflower Dyson, and Anthony Jean-Bart. Contains phrases from Godley And Creme's 'Cry'.