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FLY Choreo: The ‘Fraternal Twins’ Kills Choreography To Big Sean’s ‘IDFWU’


It isn’t everyday you find a 11 year old and 14 year old duo that kills a dope choreo. Taylor Hatala and Larsen Thompson put together a dope visual for some choreography to Big Sean’s hit single ‘IDFWU.’ You may remember Taylor from The Ellen Show where she preformed a dance routine to Nicki Minaj’s ‘Anaconda,’ with Laurence Kaiwai.

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In the new video Hatala and Thompson rock matching outfits, while slaying this dance routine. The video is directed by Tim Milgram, the choreography was put together by Janelle Ginestra but SLAYED by Taylor and Larsen AKA the ‘Fraternal Twins’. Check out the video below.

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Y’all betta Dance!

– Stay Fly

[Fly Girl Dominique]


By Gabriel Williams (@Gabriel_Will2)

Named as one of NY's top Influencers, Gabriel Williams has definitely made a name for himself in today's entertainment industry. Running one of the most respected sites on the web, featured in several online publications, magazines, and on television networks, have interviewed some of today's hottest talent, to consulting, branding, styling, creative direction, social media/content creation for some of the best acts, platforms, and brands in the business; and also offering his specialty in music, whether it's providing background vocals or songwriting - Gabriel knows his place in the rapture of all-things-entertainment, and he plays it very well. Praised as one of the "top entrepreneurs and influencers in the game," Gabriel is just that "IT" candidate for "All Things Pop Culture"!

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