Saint Aubyn, Jamal Josef and Sheila Eldridge on "Salute THEM" Awards airing Sun-June 6th on BNCNEWS!
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Broadway star #SaintAubyn (cohosting with #LoniLove and #YoYo), Choreographer and Author #JamalJosef (being honored with the ‘Champion for Children’ award) and Executive and Creator of Café Mocha Radio #SheilaEldridge Talks #SaluteTHEMAwards airing Sunday, June 6th on @BNCNEWS!
Celebrity choreographer, dancer and creative director Jamal Josef drops by for an episode of Red Cup Philosophy - The Podcast. Jamal opens up about his love for dance and the current state of that love affair. Full of evolving notions about life, faith and self that can only come at the hand real life experiences, Red Cup Philosophy – The Podcast is a series of personal testimonies told by actors, singers, dancers, authors and creatives who have lived, learned and applied it all moving forward. Each episode takes a brief look into a few unconventional sayings or life occurrences that may not have made sense in the moment but later turned out to be one of the biggest "Ah-Ha" moments. Following in the footprints of the book Red Cup Philosophy, this podcast will leave each listener full of hope, joy and confidence in knowing that life is full of lessons and shots of wisDOM that we all must drink one sip at a time.
128 Jamal Josef - Black Boys Dance Too. Pitfalls of the industry. Teaching the world to listen to your unique voice.
Welcome to episode 128 of the DanceSpeak podcast with dancer/choreographer/author Jamal Josef (Beyonce, Kirk Franklin, author of "Black Boys Dance Too"). I was sorely mistaken thinking that this episode would be around writing a book. Just a few minutes in and Jamal started speaking candidly on one of the major taboo topics in our world: men being sexually harassed. Needless to say, the ice was broken as Jamal began sharing about his journey from a work-study at the Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio to choreographing for Beyonce at her acclaimed 2018 Coachella performance. We talk about pitfalls in the industry (like the ones that are often not brought up... at all), protecting yourself as a dancer/choreographer, and stepping 101. By the time we make our way to the final leg of the interview it is beyond clear that "Black Boys Dance Too" poured out of Jamal as a way to build new possibilities and normalizing diversity in dance. An overarching theme that my ears perked up to is all of the ways in which Jamal has created opportunities for himself and how even during the recording of this episode (during the great Covid 19 pause) there is so much that can be done to continuously create much needed products.
"Let's Talk Support" With Special Guest Jamal Josef
“Let’s Talk Support” with Your Guy Brodie
After working with BEYONCE do people SUPPORT you more or LESS? Tune into to hear all about Jamal's journey through DANCE!Follow Jamal on IG: @JamalJosefPre-Order his NEW Book: www.jamaljosef.comFollow Brodie on IG: @BrodiesYourGuyTo Purchase "KNOW SUPPORT" by Brodie : www.brodiesyourguy.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
From Student Dancer to Dancing with Celebrities- Jamal Josef
The Culture Effect by Historically Black Since
On this episode of The Culture Effect with Historically Black Since, we speak with Voorhees College graduate, and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity member Jamal Josef on his career as a creative director, dancer, and choreographer. Jamal has worked with a wide range of celebrities, including one of his biggest accomplishments in helping with additional choreography for Beyonce and her infamous, HBCU themed Coachella performance. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this episode, we speak with Jamal Josef. He’s a graduate of Voorhees College. Jamal is a dancer and choreographer. He recently choreographed Beyonce's acclaimed 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival performance. During the episode, we discuss his HBCU experience, his career in entertainment, his blossoming dance ministry and working with the legendary Beyonce. SHOW NOTES: Being A Choreographer For Beyonce [6:40] Eden Dance Ministry [14:20] “I get to dance and I get to serve the one who gave me this gift.” — Jamal Josef