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Only Wanna Give It To You - Elle Varner feat. J. Cole | Ronnie Chen & An An choreography

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Published on May 4, 2012

Hey everyone! Just posting a class video that took place recently! So we had a collab series at O School in march and I thought this would be a really good opportunity to get in touch with the other side of dance I'm really not good at, GROOVES! hahaahahaha!

What you are watching now is a collaboration between me and AN AN FROM DA' STREET SOULZ! to me, her dance is the total opposite of what my style is mainly around. I love the way she dances and everyone needs to know her. This piece is really just about having fun, feeling good and dancing. I'd say that this is a feel good piece rather than a LOOK good piece. As you can see there's nothing too crazy going on here, just people wanting to dance. Which can be really rarely sometimes considering the complications that can come with dance, yea you know what I'm talking about.

Like I say this channel is like a log of my progress so if you like what you see then good! if not, then oh wells, maybe next time my friend. lol. Definitely learn a ton of things from this experience and definitely not gonna stop putting myself in uncomfortable places to experience new things. I suggest that you do the same too! :)

ron

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