Hip-hop dance crew, the JabbaWockeeZ, are best known for winning on the first season of "America's Best Dance" crew. But now, the crew can add saving lives to their list of accolades.
While backstage at the American Music Awards rehearsals, Stereotude caught up with Kevin "KB" Brewer, Joe "Punkee" Larot and Phil "Swagger Boy" Tayag. The trio explained their partnership with Coca-Cola and (RED), named #CokeRedMoves, and how they are literally dancing to save lives. "This whole thing is about getting AIDS transmission from mother to child in Africa to nearly zero in 2015," said KB.
Coca-Cola agreed that for every dance video uploaded and choreographed to the song "Celebrate" by Empire of the Sun & Tommy Trash, and tagged "#CokeRedMoves" in the video, they would donate 60 days worth of life-saving medicine to children afflicted with HIV. The famed dance crew is rallying the masses to upload their own moves with the hashtag, which will hopefully raise upwards of $25,000 through this campaign.
Check out the signature move for the dance that the JabbaWockeeZ came up with: