Hip Hop Choreographer/ All Star Coach
Justice joined Musick Studios Staff in the summer of 2016. After 9 years of dance and receiving training under artists such as Matt Steffanina, Greg Chapkis, Wildabeast, Kevin Nguyen, Vernell Porter, Dea Sevilla– Nguyen, Monyette Crump, and Joey Hernandez, it was obvious what he wanted to do with his life.
Justice values all styles of dance and believes in pulling from all of them to create your own flow. During our 2016-2017 season Justice dug in to his new role. His first season coaching the All Stars teams, they walked away from the competition season with 19 first place trophies and an Industry Dance Award, a People’s Choice Award, and a Best Choreography Award.
Justice is excited to share his passion for dance with the students of Musick Studios. Justice says “I love being able to turn on any music and interpret the beats to the song through my body.” and “I love seeing the positive energy the love of dance brings to people”.
Jamarui found his passion for dance 14 years ago; he started dancing at a young age dancing at the H.L Neblett Center. He went on to be a part of his high school step team and also participated in theater. Jamarui began his training at Musick Studios in 2012 and has trained under Greg Chapkis, Kevin Nguyen, and Kaelynn Harris just to name a few. In 2016 Jamarui attended “Buildabeast” and trained under many industry elites.
Jamarui has had many dance accomplishments including but not limited to Performing as part of Musick Studios All Star team as half time entertainment for The Indiana Pacers and the The Harlem Globetrotters, competing and placing 1st as a soloist hip hop competitor and receiving over 10k views on his You Tube channel which is dedicated to his craft. But the accomplishment Jamarui holds dearest to his heart is the commercial he participated in, collaborating with the NAACP for the ASPIRE program.
Jamarui is passionate about dance because: “Dance keeps me humble. I know that the paths that I take can potentially change the lives of others in the future.”