The African music industry has joined the global village. The standard for judgments are basically out of the roof and there seems to be no more places for mediocrity. The best of the best are seriously striving to keep up to stay in vogue. Music videos are no more for the fainthearted, the level of creativity/ standard film elements and budget that goes into the entire shooting process are the key ingredients to a successful video. Apart from the creative prowess from the director, the element of vixens and dancers are paramount.

Several dance groups and vixens have taken over the screens. The likes of GGB dance group spicing up our music videos are some of the major delights we are glued to while watching the trending videos. We had a conversation with the group and this was how it went down.

WHAT ARE THE COMPLEXITIES OF DANCERS/VIXENS IN THE NAIJA MUSIC INDUSTRY?
First and foremost we see ourselves as creative entertainers, gifted with
diverse gifts – dancing, acting, modeling etc; in due time, we shall unveil the other parts of what we do. One of the basic challenges is
people not taking us seriously as creative professionals, because the dance
industry isn’t as recognized, structured or organized as other entertainment sectors.

Thanks to SPAN, Kaffy, DNMT and a lot more, who unarguably paved the way for dancers in Nigeria, we leaned on that platform and used that as a stepping stone for our own success story. Working with a professional
management team, M.et.al has been of great value; we have all grown individually and as a team.

WHAT ARE THE MOST INTERESTING AND DIFFICULT MOMENTS?
 
Let’s start with the difficult moments. We don’t have enough dance facilities in Nigeria; we have very limited numbers of dance studios in
Nigeria. Among the few that we have, there are still a few that are equipped with good facilities so that makes it difficult for us to achieve a lot.

Another difficulty we face is the fact that there aren’t enough platforms that encourage dancing as a brand.

It is a blessing to earn a living doing what we love to do.

Our best moments as a group is when we are working, either during rehearsals, performing on stage, having creative sessions with our team, basically when we are together.

WHAT IS THE AIM OF THE GROUP?
 
Our major aim is to create progressive platforms for the dance industry. We
hope to inspire and encourage young women, and ultimately every youth out there to be bold enough to pursue and achieve their dreams. We are developing other parts of the company, which we believe will aid our goals.

THE GROUP
G.G.B an acronym for Girls and Guys Got Bold, a simple phrase that stands for strength in believing in oneself. The crew was founded and is led by young dancers and choreographers namely Ifeoma Efiokwu (E4ma), Roseline Afijie (Liquorose) and Emmanuella Odiley (Ellaley).

They started their professional careers as individual dancers, with E4ma being a semi-finalist at the Malta Guinness Street Dance contest and the Maltina Dance All Family Contest, while Ellaley and Liquorose started appearing in music videos to hone their skills and meet other dancers/choreographers.

After appearing individually in well over 30 music videos, performing alongside various artistes around Nigeria, participating in several dance contests and TV commercials, they came together to form the GGB Dance Crew.

JOBS DONE
TV COMMERCIALS
1. GLOGreenerPastures (Idonport) commercial
2. GLOCentenaryTVcommercial
3. MTNPulseTVcommercial
4. GLOcommercialwithP-Square
5. EtisalatTVcommercial
6. APCPermanentVotersCardsCampaignTVcommercial

FILM/TV
–  Roseline Afije as Charity in The Johnsons
–  Roseline Afije as Bola in HEX by Clarence A. Peters

MUSIC VIDEOS
1. D’Banj – Don’t tell me nonsense
2. Iceprince – Oleku
3. BankyW – Good good loving
4. Patoranking ft.Timaya – Alubarika
5. Dammy Krane – Sabi Dance
6. Falz – High Class
7. Sean Tizzle – Mama Eh
8. Reminisce – Fantasi
9. Falz – Currency
10. Flavour ft. Wande coal – Wake up
11. Lil Kesh – Shoki
12. Lil Kesh ft. Davido & Olamide – Shoki Remix
13. Orezi – Shoki
14. Wande Coal – Baby Hello
15. P-square ft. T.I – Ejeajo
16. Mavins ft. Donjazzy, Reekado Banks, Di’Ja, Korede Bello – Adaobi
17. DJ Spicey ft. Hakym the dream, CDQ & Skales – Ball Out
18.Tuface ft. Michel Montana – Go
19. Timaya – Sexy ladies
20. Rugged Man – Agidi
21. Vector – Shiga
22. Dija – Aww
23. DJ Zeez – Atewo
24. Psquare – Ejeajo
25. Tuface – Spiritual healing
26. Iyanya – Ur waist
27. Dammy Krane – My dear
28. Timaya – Sanko
29. IllBliss – Bank alert
30. Olamide – Durosoke
31. Wande Coal – Baby hello
32. D’Prince – Goody bag
33. Ketchup – Show me yuh rozay
34. Ketchup – Coco banana
35. Sound Sultan ft. Wizkid – Kokose
36. DJ Xclusive ft. Olamide – Ibebe
37. 4×4 ft Davido – Baby dance
38. Mayd – Ileijo
39. Davido – Gbongbon
40. Ozone – All Night
41. Ozone – 1000
42. Burna Boy – Run my race
43. Yung L – SOS
44. Psquare -Shekini
45. 45. Kamar – Darling Darling
46. Skales – Je Kan Mo
47. Olamide – Shakitibobo
48. Falz – Ello Bae
49. Sean Tizzle – Eruke Saye Po
50. Skales – Lo Le
51. Skales – Mu Jo
52. LK Kuddy ft Yung6ix – With You
53. Skales – Fara We Mi

To book GGB Dance crew email bookggb@gmail.com

Trivia the avg video vixen fee in Nigeria is about $200-$300 per video!

GGB Dance crew in Fans Mi by Davido

GGB Dance crew in work by Milli

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