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Nneka Irobunda


Nneka Irobunda is a Nigerian born, NYC raised dancer, choreographer, creative director and actress. She has always loved dancing and started as a toddler just dancing at celebrations but eventually found a passion in dancing and the arts. She has a BA degree in Psychology and Dance from Scripps College. She has been trained by the likes of Doug Varone, Danielle Polanco, and has trained in jazz, ballet, modern, hip-hop at Broadway Dance Center, Peridance and 92Y.  She also is trained in West African, heels (femmology), dancehall, Afrobeats (African dance styles) and more. Through all this training she was able to find her specific pocket and quality of movement by fusing some of the styles together. She started her Afro Beastilettos brand and classes in 2017. Afro Beastilettos is a fusion of movement including different African dance styles and heels technique. Nneka has worked with amazing artists such as Cardi B, Sean Paul, Vanessa da Mata, Missy Elliot, C4 Pedro, Rema, Adekunle Gold, Mr. Vegas, Juls, Jeremih, Trippie Redd, and more. She has worked and created choreography for Tracy Anderson and her online premium streaming services. She has performed at the 2019 Grammy's and as a featured solo dancer at the historical John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC performing her own choreography. Nneka loves to sing, act, cook and take photos of interesting people she meets all over the world. She booked her first big Job in 2014 dancing in the music video “Love too Deep,” by Ferreck Dawn and Redondo that premiered on MTV. Dancers and philosopher Katherine Dunham, as well as dancer and actress Paula Kelly have influenced her career. Her favorite saying is manifest it.

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