Super Quest, Dance Lord Breezy Shine at Dancesport Nigeria’s Calabar go Dance

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In a dazzling display of talent and creativity, the recent Dancesport Nigeria event tagged Calabar go Dance held on Easter Friday witnessed exhilarating performances from some of the country’s most talented dancers. With both group and solo categories showcasing the best of Nigerian dance culture, the event was a celebration of rhythm, skill, and passion NEGROIDHAVEN has garnered.

In the highly competitive group dance category, the top honors went to Super Quest, whose electrifying performance captivated the audience and earned them the first-place title. With their synchronized movements and dynamic choreography, Super Quest impressed both judges and spectators alike, solidifying their reputation as one of the top dance crews in the city nay country and carting away the five hundred thousand Naira tag.

Taking the second spot in the group dance category was Kelly’s Family, whose seamless coordination and infectious energy wowed the crowd. Despite stiff competition, Kelly’s Family delivered a standout performance that earned them well-deserved recognition and applause as well as their ability to clinch on the N250,000.00 prize.

Rounding out the top three in the group dance category was 3rd Supreme Dance Crew, whose skillful routines and creative flair showcased their dedication to the art form of dance. With their impressive performance, 3rd Supreme Dance Crew proved that they are a force to be reckoned with in the Nigerian dance scene. They clinched on the much-conveted N100,000.00 only.

In the solo dance category, Dance Lord Breezy emerged as the undisputed champion, wowing the audience with his mesmerizing moves and undeniable stage presence. His captivating performance earned him the first-place title and cemented his status as a rising star in the world of dance.

Coming in second in the solo dance category was Daniel Rex, whose fluid movements and expressive style impressed both judges and spectators. With his skillful performance, Daniel Rex showcased his talent and passion for dance, earning him a well-deserved spot on the podium.

Rounding out the top three in the solo dance category was Passion, whose emotive performance and dynamic choreography captivated the audience and garnered widespread acclaim. Passion’s impressive showing demonstrated her dedication to the art of dance and earned her recognition as one of the top dancers in the competition.

The event was graced by the presence of commissioner for youths development Odum Ijom Ukam Esq., commissioner for sports Agnes Atu, who showed their full support for the talented dancers and the vibrant dance community in Nigeria. With their unwavering commitment to promoting the arts and nurturing young talent, the commissioners underscored the importance of dance as a cultural heritage and a means of self-expression.

Overall, the Dancesport Nigeria event was a resounding success, showcasing the incredible talent and diversity of Nigerian dance culture. From thrilling group performances to captivating solo routines, the event left a lasting impression on all who attended, highlighting the power of dance to unite, inspire, and entertain.