Ambassadors

King Charles

King Charles

King Charles

Born and raised on the South side of Chicago, King Charles discovered footworkin at the age of 14. After years of training and battling, Charles created a now international footwork crew called Creation, and also became the Artistic Director and an original member of renowned Chicago dance company, The FootworKINGZ, ran by the legendary Lady Sol. King Charles travels the world sharing his art, knowledge and talent battling on the international circuit and has a wealth of performance and choreography experience in shows, music videos, film and television. King Charles has worked with many top artists including Madonna and William.

 
Montrell Britton

Montrell Britton

Montrell Britton

Montrell Britton is a Memphis native, dance educator and an ambassador for Memphis Jookin'. He has now influenced over nine states and seven countries in Memphis Jookin'. Over the years he has taught more than 5000 students ages K-12. In 2010, Montrell became a dance educator for Memphis City Schools teaching hip-hop dance programs. Other schools such as Kipp Memphis, Grizzlies Prep and collegiate schools. Montrell was featured on "So You Think You Can Dance" Season 12 - 2015 Memphis & Las Vegas. Other highlights include: Lisa Mac, Project Pat, Al Kapone and 8 ball & MJG. He also performed at Grizzlies games and Hard Rock Cafe Memphis annually.

 
Mr YouTube

Mr YouTube

Mr YouTube

Mr YouTube a creator of the Lite Feet dance style, has worked with prestigious artist such as Chris Brown, Sean “Puffy” Combs & LaurieAnn Gibson.Most known for his high energy, eye popping Freestyle Dance Moves. He is now traveling the world teaching & spreading the Lite Feet Dance culture along with his new dance the “Swiss Bop”.


 
 
Gabrielle "Queen Gabby" McLeod

Gabrielle "Queen Gabby" McLeod

Gabrielle "Queen Gabby" McLeod

Gabby is the Queen of Detroit's own footwork based dance style know as "Jit". While training in hip-hop based styles, she was introduced to Jit ten years ago and has not looked back since. It is now her main focus of dance, and she works to spread the culture and knowledge of Detroit Jit to various locations and forums. She has worked as a performer for the Detroit Pistons "D-Town" squad for three years, performing with various recording artists during her time there. Queen Gabby also spent time with Next Level Dance Company, a hip-hop dance troupe based out of Detroit, and has competed in World of Dance several times while teaching Detroit Jit basics and choreography to dancers along the way to help introduce them to the culture. Queen Gabby has also appeared in the music video for Dej Loaf featuring Big Sean “Back Up”. She's now a member of Hardcore Detroit, traveling and showcasing Detroit's flavor on various platforms.