Viral Voguing Alert! Kayce Rice – age 10


Girl’s ready for a ball! Choreography by Arizona-born Tricia Miranda, clearly one of the most fabulous people alive, along with her childrens. Check out her bio and choreography reel at

Tricia Miranda

Hip hop / voguing choreographer Tricia Miranda


On a side note, it sucks that So You Think You Can Dance is so corporatized now, they somehow shut down all the fun old blogs about the show, and no one can post new clips of the numbers. I need to see the Sonya Tayeh routine to Bjork.

MikeQ and Azealia..coming soon

I’m rather bummed to take over the screen time of Katzendame’s most recent post about Baccara to briefly expose this dream come true. But here it is: Mike Q discussing his collaboration with Ms. Banks in the studio: Check it!

DJ Mike Q

Don’t make me get severe up in here: DJ MikeQ

The awesome article (comprised of interview questions and answers with DJ MikeQ) is most eloquent about the trendiness of vogueing/ballroom culture, which stems from the 1980’s and is currently ‘en vogue’ once more as a larger-label marketing gimmick. I almost don’t know how to feel about this. One one hand, I’m the target audience, for I never knew much about music in the East Coast underground ballroom scene, yet aware and ever so reverent of it, I’m all ears. On the other hand, DJ MikeQ is in my top 10, and I would never want him to be a commodity rather than an absolute legend. At the bottom of it all, I defer to Him, DJ MikeQ.

Three things are in my face: I love Azealia, I love DJ MikeQ even more, and they ’bout to get SEVERE.


summoning Dashaun Evisu

Katzendame, I know I haven’t written about Steve Martin yet, but could you pleeease write about Dashaun Evisu Wesley? I get so overwhelmed by trying to summarize everything there is to know about the Legendary – superlative vogue femmes perhaps most of all.

vogue femme queen

The Legendary Dashaun Evisu

It’s kinda hard because you have to start with the Ninjas in the old school in order to explain Dashaun. And then there are the classes in Helsinki. And then there are the girls to tackle. Oh, gee, what’s this?

Only about 100 other battle videos to catch up on starring the Revlon family. It’s so hard to keep up. One thing I know for sure is that we HAVE to watch Stockholm Streetstar, which begins on Feb 28 and features ALL FORMS OF REALNESS. And another thing I can tell all dancers is that they must like the “Dashaun Wesley Fan Page” on Facebook, or check out his website.

impending realness