Always representing the South Bronx, Tweetie is devoted to the street styles of hip hop. She enjoys travelling all over the world teaching in different countries such as Japan, Poland, China, The Phillippines, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, Australia and South Africa to name a few.
Assisting choreography on shows like “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” with Luther Brown, her passion has led her to work with top artists like Jay Z, Fergie, Mya, Shareefa, L.L. Cool J, Mary J Blige, Ryan Leslie, Shakira and recently Wynter Gordon. She has done NIKE commercials in Europe and for iPod as well. Tweetie has choreographed for Jazmine Sullivan’s latest videos “Holding You Down” and “10 Seconds” as well as Jasmine’s stage show for the Mary J Blige Tour.
As a representative/instructor of www.Ladiesofhiphopfestival.com, which celebrates and dedicates preserving and redefining women’s roles in the hip hop culture, TweetBoogie has also had the opportunity to host an instructional hip hop dance show called MTV’s “Dances From The Hood” On Demand. As a highlight to her career, 2 of her biggest clients were teaching Gail and Oprah some of the latest hip hop moves as a guest choreographer on The OPRAH Show. Tweetie currently teaches at Alvin Ailey’s American Dance Center for The Ailey Extension and EXPG-NY Studios.
Tweetboogie teaches all around the world. She continues to travel to countries like Japan, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, China, Australia and more sharing her skills, knowledge and deep love of hip-hop dance with everyone. Some of her proudest moments were traveling to Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia to perform for the military troops as well as, working with the US Embassy as The Hip Hop Cultural Envoy in the Philippines.
TweetBoogie's Workshop in just 3 words is "Hip Hop's Finest". This workshop not only brings out the dancer in you, but will help build your confidence, your stamina, your knowledge of Hip Hop culture and your love of dance......Swag. This workshop includes various street styles of hip hop including social dances of the 80's, 90's, East Coast, West coast and the Dirty South.