Let’s mix it up a little

I was actually in my head, releasing this blog last night with the video.

Then I realised I forgot where I stored the photos I had taken!!

Seriously you couldn’t make it up. But I did.

I gave up searching and went to bed instead.

I couldn’t upload the video without the thumbnail nor release the blog. Seriously double doh me!

So hey why stress over it, what’s a day in the grand scheme of reality at the moment?

No matter when I release it doesn’t matter as long as you do get to see these amazing dances from Paragon Dance Animations. Andrea Jazz Funk.

I really couldn’t make up my mind how I wanted to film this.

I could have done the all sassy but sometimes I feel that is maybe too obvious.

There is a story here and I’m not really giving it away but it’s something about my mind and how I see a situation and how she (me feels) in the mind when you let things go.

And nope it’s nothing at all to do with SL.


Dance Credits:-

Featuring the Andrea Jazz Funk dances from Paragon Dance Animations now at the Kustom9

Product Description

4 sexy jazz funk dances performance captured by Andrea Lin based on her 2010 MTV VMA after-party show dance choreography to Pussycat Dolls “Buttons”

Jazz Funk is a hot commercial style of dance – a hybrid style of hip hop and jazz dance with foundational movements from jazz.

Originally danced to “Buttons” by Pussycat Dolls. Tempo = 105.40 BPM

About Andrea Lin

Andrea Lin is a multi-faceted performer and artist from Taiwan, who has blended dance traditions from every corner of the globe into her unique, cutting edge style. Trained in Ballet, modern, Latin, ballroom, Hip-Hop contemporary as well as Chinese folk dances at a young age, Andrea moved to New York City, and in 2004 created Dance a GoGo.

– Creator/Creative Director of Dance a Gogo
– Toured as a director with Le Grand Cirque.
– Appeared in music videos by Britney Spears & Madonna, Velvet Revolver, Jamie Foxx, L il Kim, Mariah Carey, P. Diddy & lenny Kravitz, Leela James, and LL Cool J
– choreographed for major touring shows involving every possible style from modern dance to acrobatics, and producing massive night club events ranging from runway modeling to fire dancing.

Clothes Credits:-

Rei Bra top and Rei denim shorts from Miwas at the EQUAL10 Event

Reina Jumpsuit from Scandalize

Gitte eyebrows from A R T E 

Dua hair from DOUX

Reflectice eyes  from Amara Beauty

Zafirah lipstick from A R T E

Glam on eyeshadow from A R T E

Catya bento head from CATWA

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2 thoughts on “Let’s mix it up a little

  1. I watched your video, watched the original and the choreography video on YT … and it’s all sexy like and nice but what’s missing, like totally, is the jazz funk. All I’m hearing is pretty terrible girl pop, minimalist to the bone, no exciting jazzy rythms, no surprises, no creativity. 😦

    And some of us still wonder why the boys say that women have no taste in music. It’s exactly stuff like this.


    1. Lol Jazz funk movements not music.
      I use copyright free music and this was originally done to the pussycat dolls track.
      I have great taste in music actually but I won’t use copyright stuff like the original pussycat dolls track . Which isn’t jazz funk.


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