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#Music #Dance Interview with D3 DANCERS [@d3dancers]

#Music #Dance Interview with D3 DANCERS [@d3dancers]

| On 16, Mar 2015


What is your profession? What is your title printed on your business card?
We all have the same business cards, maybe different names but the profession is always DANCER.

What is expected of you in your job, and how do you accomplish it?

Well.. we are expected to entertain our audience and we accomplish it by loads of rehearsal hours and generally just feeling the passion for what we do.


When did you realize that your work was being considered important and that it could possibly take you places?

Dery: Wow, Ermm i think for me its the first time i tried to dance and had people clap. I felt excited and i knew it was something i love doing and they say where there is a will there is definitely a way.


Who have been the most influential people in your career?

Drey: We have worked with a lot of people who have made great impacts on us but the MOST influential of them all would be Wande Coal’s Manager (Nana). He is a great guy and treated us not just as dancers but as his dancers. I was impressed!

Which languages do you speak, and how have you learned them?

Dmac: We all speak french and english, although Dery is starting to forget her french. [Laughs] But we are here to make sure she speaks as much as possible.

How are you different from others in your professional sector?

Well first for the fact that we are not just co-dancers, we are friends first. And with our french origin and background, we have a way of letting it have an impact on all our routines. Guys love french african dances , so you know…


What is the most important thing you have learned from experience?

Dery: Its not a competition of who can dance best… Its an art to let creativity help you express yourself!

Save some exceptions, do you believe professional and personal relationships should not be mixed?

Drey: I believe it depends on the individuals in question.

What do you do to manage stress?
There’s always stress to be managed and thats where freestyle dancing comes in. When we don’t agree on something and everyone is getting stressed or tensed, our coach picks any song and makes us freestyle to it until we reach an agreement [Laughs]

How often do you practice?

Dmac: Like 2 or 3 times a week or everyday when we have an upcoming show


What advice would you give to someone starting out in the business?

Its Not easy, you would get ‘YES’ and ‘NO’ but just believe in whatever you do that you love. Dancing, Music, Modelling.. whatever it is! Your dreams can only be fuelled by your desire to live them.

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