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About Street Dance Canada Inc.:
Street Dance Canada is an organization that serves to support street dance events throughout Canada, particularly those organized for our youth. The Canadian Street Dance Championships (CSDC) is an annual competition that qualifies dancers to compete at the world street dance championships. It features categories for kids, youth and adults in solo, duo, crew and battle competitions in hip hop, popping, locking, breakin', krump and house.
About DJ Ryan:
DJ Ryan has a versatile musical background and over 11 years experience in the music business. His talents have been showcased at over 400 corporate and private functions and at all major venues in Toronto, including Guvernment and Solarium (formerly The Docks). He has also worked across North America including stops in Ottawa, Montreal, Windsor, Edmonton, New York City, Hartford, Orlando and Miami.
About a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL:
a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL is taking the world by storm. For over 10 years, Sean Mauricette (a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL) has been gifting audiences as a beat-boxer, DJ, lyricist and producer with his unique style of music, where hip hop meets soul. Dubbed “soul hop,” a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL has been captivating audiences with his distinct sound, opening for a vast array of artists including De La Soul, Mos Def and Eric Roberson.
In addition to his accomplishments in music, a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL has been making his mark as an actor. Notable credits include Disney’s Jump In, starring Corbin Bleu, the Sonny Liston biopic Phantom Punch, starring Ving Rhames, and a highly coveted feature role in an episode of CTV’s police drama The Bridge. Adding to his vast array of credits, a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL lends his voice and acting talents in Shaun White’s highly anticipated video game, Skateboard.
Not only an accomplished actor, a.k.a. SUBLIMINAL is an active member of his community and was hand-picked to host the 2010 Harry Jerome Awards, Canada’s most prestigious award ceremony honoring African Canadians. Sean was recently awarded with the Medal of Appreciation from the United Nations Association of Canada.