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Top 10 Dance Choreographers on YouTube

By Editorial Staff

YouTube is changing the game of dance and it’s awesome! Once unknown unique dancers have flooded into the spotlight with the help of the video platform and are here to help your dance game. We know everyone likes to improve their dancing abilities, so we have comprised a list of the top ten dance choreographers on YouTube for you to sharpen those dance skills. Whether you are just beginning or honing your skills, there will be a dance choreographer out there for you.

  1. Matt Steffanina

Matt Steffanina's YouTube Channel

Beginning his dancing career at 13-years-old, Matt Steffanina is the world’s most popular dance choreographer on YouTube. He is the executive producer of Dance Tutorials Live, which is one of his enormously popular YouTube channels. Matt has done work with Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg, and LMFAO, which is a testament to his performance and skill. Matt focuses on street and hip-hop dancing, which has become one of the most popular forms of dance in the world today and is considered one of the best in the industry. He teaches mostly to advanced students but also offers beginner tips, tricks, and classes.

  1. 1MILLION Dance Studio

1MILLION Dance Studio's YouTube Channel

1MILLION Dance Studio is located in South Korea and features multiple dance instructors. 1MILLION Dance Studio is a studio as well as an online tutorial program. The studio in South Korea focuses on teaching all types of dancers, beginners or professionals, on how to take their dancing to the next level. But, 1MILLION is most famous for their K-POP dance tutorials, as that is the most popular genre of music in South Korea. 1MILLION dance studio has gotten its recognition from working with some of K-POP’s biggest stars and singing groups such as Jay Park, Girl’s Generation, 2NE1, and Got7.

  1. Kyle Hanagami

Kyle Hanagami's YouTube Channel

Kyle is an American dance choreographer and social media expert. He has been featured on shows such as The X Factor, Sing Your Face Off, and Nickelodeon’s How to Rock as a dancing and choreography coach. Perhaps his most notable achievement is working with Justin Bieber throughout his career and on his road to stardom. Kyle’s style of dance revolves around street dancing, hip-hop, and pop, which is why he worked with Justin Bieber so well. Recently, Kyle has been growing even more popular due to his success at his studio. In the last few months, he has been awarded the industry dance award for the best dance class in Los Angeles, a very notable achievement for any dance instructor.

  1. WildaBeast Adams

WildaBeast Adams' YouTube Channel

Born and raised in Indiana, William Wildabeast Adams began his dance training in 2005 in Chicago and Indianapolis. Adams eventually joined a crew called “Destined 2 Be,” where he gained the attention of the industry after winning the Indiana Black Expo. He scored a perfect score back to back years winning the title. Now, 14 years later, he works with Millennium Dance Complex producing routines for A-List celebrities and singers. As an industry icon, he focuses on hip-hop dancing and has worked with the likes of Chris Brown and Jason Derulo, two artists famed for their dancing ability. He has taken his skills to teaching and has created a series of classes and seminars on how to hone your skills in hip-hop dancing.

  1. Dytto

Dytto's YouTube Channel

Courtney Nicole “Dytto” Kelly was born in Miami, Florida where she performed gymnastics and cheerleading before finding her passion for dance. Dytto is a dancer and model for World of Dance’s The Drop. As a dancer and model, Dytto was able to break into the dancing scene with her unique style of popping, robotting, and tutting. Most recently, she was featured as a guest dancer on The Next Step, a popular dance show on CBBC. As she has gotten famous from these accomplishments, she has focused on her specialty of pop dancing. Taking to YouTube, she has made a series of instructional videos on the most popular moves in pop dance.

  1. Urban Dance Camp

Urban Dance Camp's YouTube Channel

Urban Dance Camp is an intensive large scale dance choreography business. Featuring 18 professional dancers who teach 88 workshops over four weeks, Urban Dance Camp is one of the largest scale dance operations in the industry. As an international program, Urban Dance Camp is one of the most well-known dance camps in the world and proves to be a force on all social media platforms including YouTube. Urban Dance Camp specializes in urban/street dancing and is an extremely high-quality experience. Their unique take on street dancing to incorporate new moves from different dancing styles has become their specialty and attracts hundreds for their intensive dance camp.

  1. Tricia Miranda

Tricia Miranda's YouTube Channel

Tricia Miranda is a dancer, makeup artist, choreographer, and social media sensation. Her fame came after years of work in the dancing industry when she began dancing with Britney Spears, Black Eyed Peas, and Jennifer Lopez. She has been featured on So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Got Talent, and The X Factor, all of which have thrust her into the spotlight for the dancing industry. Focusing on pop and street dance, Tricia has made a name for herself as a compassionate professional and a passionate artist in pop dance. Her classically trained background in ballet and ballroom dancing allows her to insert classical notes to contemporary dance for a unique style.

  1. Mega Jam

Mega Jam's YouTube Channel

Mega Jam is a dance choreography company that specializes in hip-hop dancing in Queensland. The company was started in 1996 by Luis Pinto and Jasmine Meakin as a way to learn street dancing in a fun and relaxing environment. Mega Jam keeps it fresh and always is on the cusp of what is “in” in the dance industry. Jasmine Meakin’s choreography is unparalleled and is why Mega Jam has one of the most prominent YouTube Channels in the world. Her tutorials on YouTube give easy access to beginners who want to learn the basics and professionals who want to learn something new. Her lifelong experience has allowed her to meld multiple styles of dancing from different eras and pair them into a sensational new style of dance with a twist.

  1. Mandy Jiroux

Mandy Jiroux's YouTube Channel

Mandy began her walk of fame in 2007 when she started as a backup dancer for Miley Cyrus on her “Best of Both Worlds” tour. Mandy became fast friends with Miley which eventually led to a YouTube series called “The Miley and Mandy Show.” Now, Mandy holds her unique style of breaking down popular dance routines and guiding her viewers on how to pull off the moves. Her specialization in pop and her unique friendship with Miley Cyrus has allowed her to evolve her dance skill into an industry standard.

  1. Tim Milgram

Tim Milgram's YouTube Channel

Tim is a director and cinematographer who founded T.Milly Productions. He began making content in the forms of concept videos and branded content which made his YouTube Channel soar in popularity. Tim’s work has been featured on Good Morning America, BuzzFeed, and MTV, which proves his command in the industry. Tim has specialized in street dance for years and has become one of the most renowned street dancers, as he is the complete package. He produces content, choreographs dances, and helps the upcoming generation learn how to become the next biggest star. T.Milly Productions has led to his social media fame and has allowed him to make content for his viewers that is simple to follow and effective!

This article was written by Harrison Loew

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