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Arben Giga is a dancer, choreographer, and creative director based in London, UK. His career in performing arts comprises over 20 years of performing, choreographing, and teaching worldwide. He has worked with Kylie Minogue, Mika, Pharrell Williams, Coldplay, and the notorious video game company “Just Dance”.
Arben is extensively trained in HipHop, House, Locking, Popping, and Break Dance. In addition to this versatile portfolio, he is also trained in Afrobeats, African Traditional dances, and Contemporary.
Arben’s vision is to spread good vibes and inspire you to tap into your inner groove and be the coolest version of yourself whilst having fun learning to dance in the process.
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Song: Mavins, Rema & Boy Spyce- Won Da Mo (ft.Crayon, Ayra Starr, Bayanni, LADIPOE, Magixx &Johnny Drille)
Filmed by: @pac.films
Location: London, UK
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