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A portion of the proceeds were donated to the Debbie Allen Dance Academy through EarthTones, a non-profit arts organization committed to raising social consciousness through music and media. See more »
Put It On Me
Performed by: Verenice Buerling, Ijanayah Greenaway, Terry Bryant
Written by: Verenice Buerling, Joseph E. Jackson, Ijanayah Greenaway, Terry Bryant
Composed by: Joseph E. Jackson See more »
Short summery: Camera guys don't even know to capture the dancers whole body when they're shooting the dance. They keep cutting back and forth from shooting the body at wast up to shooting the face close up. People who watches dance movies wants to watch hand movements and foot work not just stare at faces. The sound tracks suck because they don't even match the events that went on and don't even describe "HIP-HOP". The music didn't even go with any of the dances. It was like doing a free style dancing with mambo music. During the competition in the movie, there were no dance where the dancers actually danced to the music. They were dancing to a separate soundtrack that was filled in. Even the crowd cheering were fake.
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