"Everything I create from my music, complex dance choreography and art comes from the very heart and soul of my being. My audience and students feel it to the core of theirs". Brooklyn Jai
California native Brooklyn Jai began his dancing career at a young age. By the time he was 13, he began the craft of teaching and choreographing extremely challenging dance moves. Combining his unique style of Hip Hop, has branded him as this industries most well known and popular Choreographers.
His commitment and integrity at being one of the best dancer's would open doors to Choreograph for such shows as VH1 "Save The Music Tour", "Wango Tango Music Concert", "Dance for 3LW", "Marco Houston BET Awards", and more recently on "American Idol". He also landed an appearance on "Soul Train with Corey Clark" and worked on UPN TV show along with the cast. In 2010, he was invited to teach the "Summer Intensive" and "Master Classes" at the distinguished "Debbie Allen Dance Academy" alongside Dave Scott. Brooklyn recently finished shooting "Telemundo" with Francia from the Secret Life of an American Teenager, and appeared on "E! News" following his performance with American Idol Recording Artist "Kimberly Locke" at the famous Cherry Pop Club in Hollywood.
Brooklyn Jai has earned a reputation as one of the hottest Choreographers to hit the LA Scene and he's keeping it real with his passion for teaching young talent. With his unique style of Hip Hop mixed with Jazz Funk, his fast paced dance routines has led him to teach at such studios as Millennium Dance Complex, Debbie Allen Dance Academy & Dance Dimensions Performing Arts Center and currently touring with Hollywood Connection to sold out classes months in advance.
With over 20 packed classes a week, Brooklyn Jai has been teaching his routines to a wide variety of aspiring dancers. Weekly posts from his classes are viewed worldwide on YouTube, which led many to request Online Tutorials for those with a passion for dance, but who are unable to travel to LA and take his classes. "If all you can think about is dancing, singing and performing, then all you should be doing is dancing, singing and performing". Brooklyn Jai