Published on Jan 11, 2013
So anyways, I'm sitting here thinking that people seem to like my description boxes more then the videos I post. I feel like I have to work really hard on the description for you guys to actually enjoy anything. That is so unfair. How could you put me in that situation, I guess its what I deserve though. So I guess I am just asking you to have mercy. Also this is the last video description I will ever write. I feel as if I have peaked in my youtube description box career, and I have decided now would be a good time to throw in the towel. So I quit. Its been the best of times and the worst of times. actually more of the worst of times. I would like to say sorry and thank you to all the loyal fans. none of this would have been possible with out you guys.
But in all seriousness here is a video brought to you by none other then Dea Sevilla, Kevin Nguyen and myself. We hope you enjoy it to the fullest. It was such an honor to work with these two, check out them on youtube!
Dea Sevilla: http://www.youtube.com/user/chaldease...
Kevin Nguyen: http://www.youtube.com/user/KevyWind
They are so very talented so check them out and show them some love!
Choreographers: Dea Sevilla, Kevin Nguyen, Chris Martin
Directed and edited by: Anthony Quidachay and Nicky Khisirivong
Song Name: Treasure
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