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AFROCONEX AFROHOUSE/KUDURO DANCE BATTLE
Dance and battles are an every day part of life in Luanda. It is not uncommon to see young dancers battling each other in the streets. It is this culture that shapes and molds Afrohouse/Kuduro. In celebration of the street dance culture of Luanda, AfroConex hosted its first dance battle. Contestants competed for a cash prize and to become an AfroConex brand ambassador. Witness the rawness and creativity of each dancer and get an understanding of the diversity and influences shaping Angolan urban dance. Feature includes 1 hr of battle and separate video of 45 mins of battle auditions
Afro House Dance Party: Luanda, Angola
Our Afrohouse Dance Party Visual was filmed in Luanda, Angola in 2022 at the AfroConex FESTA DO DANÇARINOS (Dancer’s Party). The party was a thank you to all the dancers we have collaborated with over the past year. It is their creativity, and their passionate for dance, that add fuel to the Kuduro/Afrohouse dance culture in Angola. We love the energy and rawness captured in the film; a true representation of the energy in the dance in Angola.
Afrohouse and Kuduro Dance Showcase
Capturing the dance how it is done in its place of origin is important to us. The cultural influences and every day reality all shape how the dance is done. We are passionate about showing the creativity of the dancers in Angola. Our Afrohouse + Kuduro Dance showcase provides an opportunity for local dancers to explore their creativity and push their dance. In order of appearance: 1 - Tropa de choque 2 - Os 100 nomes 3- Os VD 4- Company YOUDAY 5- Dayday e Naruto 6 - Os pintins
AFROHOUSE DANCE: THE HISTORY BREAKDOWN
AfroHouse music and dance emerged in Luanda, Angola around 2006. The music was transplanted from South Africa to Angola, where Angolan DJs developed a uniquely Angolan Afrohouse sound. In this documentary we explore the history of Afrohouse Dance. How the dance came to be, and what were the major influences. If you are a lover of Afrohouse dance and Angolan urban dance culture, this is a must see!
KUDURO UNDERGROUND DOCUMENTARY + TUTORIALS
A documentary on the History of Kuduro Underground dance; a core foundation of Kuduro Dance. Includes tutorials on Kuduro moves covered in the documentary. ---------- Kuduro Underground started in the 80s in Luanda, Angola. In the earlier years, the dance was called Underground, which took its name from the underground parties where Luandense were gathering in secret to dance and express themselves. By the 90s, a new style of dancing was emerging in the upper scale clubs of Luanda. Popularize by the choreographer and musician Tony Amato, he called his dance Ku Duro. Tony, invited dancers from the underground to join forces and together with Tony’s signature moves and the moves of the Underground, Kuduro Underground was born.
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