Clarence Robinson, aka “Fa’ shawn Flashh” was born on May 10, 1993, in Battle Creek, Michigan. With his dad, Quincy De'shawn Webbs, being killed and mother, Claire Robinson, being unstable, Fa’ shawn Flashh was put into the adoptive care at a very young age. Around age 4, Clarence was moved from home to home. He didn't settle into a comfortable home until he was nearly 7 years old. While adapting to his new family, Fa'shawn Flash enjoyed many common hobbies like watching music videos. However, Fa'shawn Flashh discovered that he had a passion for dance and knew that this passion was going to change his life.
Fa'shawn Flash was inspired by music videos like "Touch" by Omarion and "Wall to Wall" by Chris Brown and used these videos to help him learn some new dance moves. Fa' shawn Flashh also acquired lessons from his older adopted brother, who goes by the name of "B-nice". Eager to become a dancer, Fa' shawn Flashh wanted to show his talents to everyone. Fa' shawn Flashh put on shows for kids at his school, West Jefferson High School in New Orleans, Louisiana, and showed all of his relatives how good of a dancer he was becoming. This confidence only led to more visions of what his life would turn into being.
Fa' shawn Flashh's life took a turn once Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, Louisiana in 2005. Thus, Fa' shawn Flashh had to move to Grand Prarie, Texas. Doing so, made him gain new friends but lose old ones. Fa’ shawn Flashh started to hang with the wrong crowd and got himself caught up into some trouble. Fa'shawn Flashh was charged with simple battery and was offered two options. He could either join the Youth Challenge Program, a military boot camp, or tend to his probation. He chose to attend the YCP and this option forced him and his family to moved back home to New Orleans, Louisiana.
While still on the vigorous path at the age of 17, Fa’ shawn Flashh decided to leave his family, which lead him to back to the cycle of moving from home to home. After that option ran out, Fa’ shawn Flashh had no where to go, so he decided to attend The Covenant House, a shelter for runaways and homeless teens. Years after Fa’ shawn Flashh’s intial move, Fa’ shawn Flashh was discharged because The Covenant House only allows its attendees to stay for a certain amount of time.
At that time, Fa’ shawn Flashh’s only option was to live back on the streets, but his mindset was that he couldn't live like this and all he had was him!
At age 19, Fa’ shawn Flashh went back to focusing on his passion. Him and a couple of his close friends decided to create a dance group, but that idea didn’t last long. The group may have ended, but Fa’ shawn Flashh was not giving up.
Fa’ shawn Flashh continued to dance around the city of New Orleans and word began to hit about his talent. This led to the life-changer moment of when Fa’ shawn Flashh received a phone call from "Big Freedia Queen of Bounce" Manager, Melvin Foley. Melvin Foley asked Fa’ shawn Flashh, "Are you able to catch a flight to Portland?", and at that moment, Fa’ shawn Flashh’s heart was pounding. He knew that this was going to be a step forward into showing others his style of dance, and shortly afterwards, Fa’ shawn Flashh was officially apart of Team Freedia. Days went on and Melvin Foley started to find out about Fa’ shawn Flashh’s situation. Melvin Foley decided offered Fa’ shawn Flashh a place to stay. While Melvin Foley began to learn more about Fa'shawn Flashh, Melvin Foley noticed how much talent the kid actually had. Melvin Foley then asked him if he had ever rapped before, and that moment led to much greater things. Now, Fa’ shawn Flashh’s goal is to become an world-wide entertainer.
Now I guess you all are wondering what happens next?
Currently, Fa’ shawn Flashh, Skip, a dancer from Big Freedia, and Juan, Big Freedia’s DJ, formed a group called "Mile Hi." Mile Hi travels and performs outside of their jammed packed schedule with Big Freedia. Mile Hi is taking over the game with their amazing talent and the world has yet to see what these three individuals, including Fa’ shawn Flashh, are capable of. World takeover.
my name is Shelby Skipper, The world knows my as Skip I'm a 25yr old college educated, international dancer from New Orleans, Louisiana. My dancing style has afforded me the opportunity to dance in 45 different states and many prestigious places such as The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival, the Kennedy Center, and even SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. My dance style is called New Orleans Bounce Dancing. My genre of dance is high energy, uptempo, creative, unique, and it deals with a lot of footwork and shoulder work.
I've been on several national TV shows including SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, THE ELLEN SHOW, THE JIMMY KIMMEL SHOW, and recently on THE APOLLO. I ready to take my career to the next level beings in TV shows, Awards shows, movies, commercials, & etc. Here's a few samples of my dancing on national shows for reference.... To see the rest of my videos you can go to my website
AN ARTIST WITHOUT BOUNDARIES
is a multi-talented artist who’s driven by painful experiences and a deep musical connection. A young phenomenon whose passion for music exceeds hip hop, he has made a name for himself as a prominent DJ, producer, songwriter, and vocalist. With musical influences that range from Michael Jackson to Mannie Fresh, Juane Jordan delivers an eclectic flavor partnered with an addictive tone. He reached a major milestone in his career in 2010 when he sold a jingle to Domino’s Pizza.
Born Lajuane Jesus Harris on March 6, 1985, Juan Jordan was introduced to the powerful affect of music at the mere age of one year old. Being the last of seven children born into a family of musicians- in a city that celebrates musicianship, New Orleans- it was only natural for him to acquire a deep rooted passion for music and all of its components.
Son of the legendary New Orleans DJ, DJ Dynamite Red, Juan Jordan’s gateway to other forms of musicianship was through DJing. He began sharing the turntables with his father and brother when he was five years old. He admired the affect that music had on people and learned to understand beats and rhythm. He often describes DJing as his first music teacher.
Deeply affected by traumatic occurrences, Juan Jordan found his safe haven in music. “After so many negative experiences, music provided me with a more positive outlook on life. It made me feel good and gave me an outlet for self expression and self evaluation.”
After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Juan Jordan returned to New Orleans in 2006 and discovered that he had lost all of his music equipment and some recorded music. With no other options but to start over, he and his brothers turned their FEMA trailer into a recording studio and started a rap group, Harris Boyz, under the family based record label, One Family Entertainment. In 2008, Juan Jordan produced a hit single for the Harris Boyz, “Get It On the Flo” which received heavy rotation on New Orleans’ hip hop station, Q93. Harris Boyz has performed at numerous venues in New Orleans, Atlanta, and the surrounding areas. Also for a huge venue for Domino’s pizza 50th anniversary in Las Vegas.
After years still with the Harris Boyz, Juan Jordan aswell began his journey as an independent artist. Not wanting to be categorized as solely a hip hop artist, he is dedicated to exuding all of his many talents through his craft. Although he is devoted to his career, he finds the time to write and produce varies types of music for other artists, as well as obtain his title as one of New Orleans’ most popular DJ’s. He recently reached a major height in his career by selling a promotional song to RPM Pizza, LLC which will be used in all advertisements in the Southeastern region; with hopes to be picked up by Domino Pizza, Inc. Also, now a worldwide DJ/Producer with FuseTv's star "Big Freedia" queen of bounce. Appearing in seasons 2,3,4 & upcoming 5! When asked how he would describe Juane Jordan, the artist, he simply stated “A musician without boundaries!”
The Metropolitan Nightclub, Hush Nightclub, The Hanger Night Club, Club 300 Jazz Bistro, The House of Blues New Orleans
Atlanta TuPac Amaru Shakur Center of Arts, Atrium Club
Domino’s National Convention at The Venetian Hotel and Casino etc.
Radio Interviews and Airplay
- Q93.3 and 102.9 New Orleans
- Phat Phat and All That, New Orleans Public Television , Big Freedia "Queen of Bounce"