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BREEZER Vivid Shuffle Is Back With The Second Phase Of School Of Shuffle!

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BREEZER Vivid Shuffle’s School Of Shuffle kickstarts its three-day workshop taught by Tanya Bhushan, Shayan Roy, Bhattchin, Pinaki Rattan, Jahnavi Sheriff and Ruel.

After a successful start toSchool Of Shuffle with Phase 1, the platform launches the second phase of dance, music video creation, design, and choreography workshops. Shuffle a property conceived by Only Much Louder Entertainment in 2018 in partnership with (Bacardi) Breezer, invites hip-hop enthusiasts to Live Life In Colour, with the second phase spanning over three days, from 8th October to 10th October. These workshops, led by some of the community’s best hip-hop talents, have open for registrations on 27th September.

Phase 2 will kick-start with a hip-hop choreography session on day one led by Tanya Bhushan, who is also popular for her locking and popping and Bollywood moves. Joining her is Shayan Roy, a Mumbai-based rapper and songwriter, and also a former video producer at BuzzFeed India, will be leading the Music & Content workshops. On day two, Sachin Bhatt, popularly known as Bhattchin, who is recognized for his mesmerizing artwork for musicians across the globe will host the design workshop. Music enthusiasts can also tune in on day two for Pinaki Rattan, better known as Phenom, for his music production session. Wrapping up phase 2, Jahnvi Sheriff – a model, dancer and yoga enthusiast will hold a power-packed dancehall session, followed by an award-winning choreographer – Ruel Dausan Varindani’s hip-hop choreography session.

With BREEZER Vivid Shuffle’s School Of Shuffle, the brand provides an incredible platform for hip-hop enthusiasts to learn various aspects of the culture; inviting them to be a part of and celebrate the Voice Of The Streets. The Three-day learning session aims at growing the hip-hop community and encouraging the participants to Live Life In Colour.

The first phase of School Of Shuffle saw an overwhelming response with a host of people joining in for the workshops led by artists like Mekhola Bose, Nivedita Sharma, Karan Kanchan and D’Evil from Gully Gang, Sagar Bora, and Vernon Monteiro.

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