2021 DANCE SEASON

Frequently asked questions

How does a dancer officially make it to LOUD?


If you are a dancer and you don’t like confrontation, this might not be for you. We have a series of sessions, That we promote to all talent These are the proving grounds where dancers come through to network and show off their dancing style. The sessions are designed to attract new prospects that probably would not know how to get access to the loud community to battle. The sessions also give you the opportunity to showcase your skills in front of a judging crowd. Cyphers or Call out battles, random moments where newbies would put themselves out there to show how they could deal with competition. from the sessions we are able to tell what talent can be selected for a possible event. This gives us an idea of what would be a good challenge for a already operating member of Loud with a similar style. Great way of scouting new talent for us. If you are a dancer and you don’t like confrontation, this might not be for you. “Loudest Noise win” People who have gracious career and following they might be acknowledge by us and we might want to fly them out to tested and battle someone who is in the same tier/ skill level. This usually becomes a battle the people want to see.




How does a battle happen?


Numerous ways, through social media, anticipation through word of mouth, sometimes the fans even just compare dancers and want to see that match up. There could be some real dance beef out there that needs to be settled on the dance floor. Outsider battles or insider battles. Same way promoters get fighters to match up, Depends on the hype. We basically have styles that you (How can we up the ante for television? Styles that you never before seen battle, make it for real stakes! Taking away things/laws and making battles different during rounds or changing your music many curve balls or challenges. Even the perks that come with the idea of being a strong entity on the show being followed, covered, people are focusing on you, it goes from just being a battle, to a series of ideas behind each individual character and what there doing leading up to there battle, what mind state they are in, what are they thinking where do they get their inspiration from, actually focusing on character development, not talking about the normal lifestyle, but the creative lifestyle of the this person. what makes this character. Character development is going to up the Ante. For dances styles that are foreign to a wide audience.




How many different battles are there? One on one? Group on group? Freestyle? Style specific?


There's one on one, group on group, Purge, Royal Rumble battle, footwork battles, bone breaking battles, style battle, but its better to keep this rare.




How is LOUD global?


We are on the forefront of street dance and a lot of people emulate the dancers all over, we have whole communities in different parts of the world, dancers literally come from different countries to train & compete. We have a cult following, but not everyone has it to venture out to NY. So we continue to push the envelope to build a bigger platform.




How are you able to launch your dancers' careers mainstream? Music videos, commercials, etc?


Sometimes through word of mouth, referrals, solicitation, just random promotion, customize LOUD business cards, networking, fans. Pretty much knocking on doors of brands that can cut a check.




Who are some of the success stories that have been a part of or come out of LOUD?


We have dance talent that have been featured with these artist & Brands Jay-Z | Beyoncé | Alicia Keys | DJ Khaled | Flume + Chet Faker | Aloe Blacc | Omarion | Jadakiss | Banks + Steelz | Wayne Wonder | The New York Times | The New Yorker | The Daily News | The New York Post } DNA Info | Vice Magazine |Mass Appeal | Narritve.ly | Dance Mogul Magazine | NBA Draft | San Diego Padres | Apple Inc. |Verizon | Simple Mobile | Sony Xperia | Puma | Marc Jacobs | JC Penney | Reebok | NIKE | Derek Lam 10 Crosby | Kiehl’s | Sprite | Coca Cola | Luc Belaire | Bacardi | Red Bull | Lurpak Butter | Black Entertainment Television (BET) | Umeda Arts “IFI” Dance/Music Tour – Japan | International Dance Performance Residency - China | Veranos de la Villa Festival – Spain | Poste Mobile – Rome |Summerstage Festival | Apollo Theater | Barclays Center | Brooklyn Academy of Music | Brooklyn Museum | Ted X | National Black Arts Festival | Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture | Brooklyn Beat Festival | Brooklyn Children’s Museum | Barclays Center | Brooklyn Lyceum | Mass Moca | Cultural Crawl





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League of Unreal Dancing Known as L.O.U.D. is Brooklyn based dance agency that focuses on 1 on 1 dance battles in an arena setting. We promote dancers with a theme as we continue to take our organization to higher heights with our resources and celebrity cosigns. As the organization grows you grow, so it is in your best interest to promote, promote, promote. Anyone can become a member of L.O.U.D., but there are different levels of membership. 1. Standard Membership (Anyone) 2. Advanced Membership (Member Dues $20.00 per month) what’s the difference? Exclusive footage, the ability to build your career as a dancer outside of battles, faculty evaluations, and much more. The L.O.U.D. League promises to deliver an unparalleled experience to both participants and spectators in an effort to build a reputation as the worlds #1 Dance Platform.

 

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