Slick, Sharp and Dynamic! The dance trio perform in their own formidable style, with a heavy dose of showmanship to a hip soundtrack of Latin Jazz, Ska, Indian and Electro Funk. Three amazing dancers who have worked with the biggest names in music and film from Madonna to Wyclef Jean. With a style inspired by 1970s Californian dance crazes and elements of American Funk, Ska and freestyle they are the coolest dance act you will ever see.
With their unique look inspired by everything from the glitz of Fifties Havana, classic sixties Indian cinema, right through to the Americana Soul Movement of the Seventies. The trio are a slice of British cool, forever bringing classic retro-vibes into the 21st Century.
They have collectively worked on a phenomenal range of projects and with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, their global appeal has taken them everywhere from Glastonbury to Mumbai, Los Angeles to Casablanca and a few ports in between on a amazing fun-filled adventure with a host of colourful characters along the way.
The dance trio had an amazing 2011. They were invited to Number 10 Downing Street by the prime minister and also performed for The Queens granddaughter Lady Zara Phillips for her 30th birthday party a week after the Royal Wedding!
The group also performed for thousands at the biggest and hippest Festivals including Glastonbury, Lovebox and Secret Garden Party. On top of that, they had a very successful run at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland and also attended the Lowrider Car Culture shows in Los Angeles and Las Vegas!
The group have appeared in over 30 music videos for international artists including Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Bono (U2), David Guetta, Wyclef Jean (Fugees), Bryan Adams and Sophie Ellis Baxtor.
Their live appearances include appearing with George Michael for NetAid at Wembley Stadium, performing at the request of Michael Jackson for a charity benefit at St James Park football ground.
They are also recognised as Style Icons who have featured in countless magazines and fashion spreads over the years in such publications as FHM (UK and India), The Face (UK), GQ (India), Blag (UK), Asiana (UK), Asian Woman (UK), Dazed & Confused (Japan) and L'uomo Vogue (Italy).