Jabbawockeez New Show "Timeless"

I'm personally that this new show is coming out because the homie you all know and love are in it. I'm talking about my brothers from another mother Gavin, Juju and Dax. Yes, they're finally doing it and legally able to work the show with their baby asses hahaha. So proud of these guys because I watched their journey from all the years I've known this group. We would be posted up at the Jabbawockeez studio since 2013, and for us to be there to wish and hope that we would be a Jabbawockeez one day is crazy. For even us to around at such a young age and mentored over time was such a mind blowing and humbling experience. I got lots of stories to tell but that's all for now.

That's all I really gotta say about it, miss these guys and hopefully you guys see some stuff from us together soon.

-Lj Larot

 

 

If you don't know the Jabbawockeez, here you go. Took this shit straight off their website.

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The Jabbawockeez are a world-famous dance crew who first gained fame in their national television appearance on America’s Got Talent in 2006, before winning the MTV Hip Hop reality series, Randy Jackson Presents America’s Best Dance Crew (ABDC) in March 2008.

The most notable group to come out of the MTV reality series, the Jabbawockeez are synonymous with the show and universally recognized as America’s true best dance crew.

The crew uses their signature plain white masks and gloves to guide the audience’s attention away from individual identities and towards a unified group.

Known for their creativity, one-of-a-kind choreography, athleticism and intricate synchronization, each member brings a different technique and perspective to form the original style that makes the Jabbawockeez so distinct.

The name Jabbawockeez is derived from Lewis Carroll’s poem Jabberwocky, in which the titular character is a dragon that roamed the “tulgey wood” in the children’s story Through the Looking-Glass

 

The Jabbawockeez have accomplished more than any dance crew before, effectively transforming the way people view dance and paving the way for new methods of musical expression.

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