Dirty Hip Hop mini for iPod and iPhone released by Digifilm

Hot for the Holidays, Digifilm today introduces Dirty Hip Hop mini 1.0, their new lifestyle app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Featuring popular Hip Hop dance moves taught by Syndee M. Winters and Phil Turay this hip hop dance and workout app is an authentic New York style Hip Hop learning experience. Based on The Quick & Dirty Guide to Hip Hop, Dirty Hip Hop mini is set in a spectacular computer generated set of New York City.

New York, New York – Hot for the Holidays, Digifilm has released Dirty Hip Hop mini. Featuring popular Hip Hop dance moves taught by Syndee M. Winters and Phil Turay This hip hop dance and workout app is an authentic New York style Hip Hop learning experience. This app is based on The Quick & Dirty Guide to Hip Hop.

“Learning was never so much fun and it’s a good workout!” said Angelique Flores, Managing Editor of the Home Media Magazine.

“The dance moves in this app are authentic and iconic”, said filmmaker Debdoot Das, the man behind the series. “Scientists recently identified certain dance moves that make you look more attractive to potential mates. Instinctively, that is what Syndee and Phil teach you in this program. “It’s a spectacular way to learn to dance Hip Hop”, he added.

Dirty Hip Hop mini takes us to a spectacular computer generated New York City of our imagination, where professional dance instructors Phil Turay and Syndee M. Winters embark on a step-by-step journey of dance training and instruction, as they lead the novice to complete Hip Hop dance mastery.

List of Lessons:

01. Introduction
02. Warm-up
03. The Rock
04. Side to Side
05. Sway
06. The Dip

07. Touch-out
08. Crossover
09. Kick Ball Change
10. Grooves Combination
11. Eight-Count Stomp
12. High Steppin’

13. The Heel Toe
14. Chicken Head
15. The Step Back
16. Brush Off Your Shoulder
17. Walk it Out
18. Rock it Out

19. Hot Steppin’ Combination
20. Solo for Girls
21. Solo for Girls Combination
22. Solo for Guys
23. Solo for Guys Combination
24. Reggaeton

About the Instructors:

Phil Turay:
Phil Turay Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York; Phil has been dancing since the tender age of three. He began taking tap lessons at the local PAL and fell in love with dance as an artform. In high school, Phil dabbled in musical theatre (most notably playing Tyrone in the stage production of FAME). In college, Phil broadened his dance vocabulary by joining an international dance group specializing in multicultural styles (Indian, African, Chinese, etc.). After college, Phil joined the ReMIXX Performers in New York City and began performing for various music industry artists and events. At the age of Twenty-three, Phil currently resides in Los Angeles where he is pursuing a professional career in dance as well as a Graduate degree in Psychology from Pepperdine University.

Syndee M. Winters:
Whether it s technical choreography or a simple two-step I believe that anyone can dance. Dancer/ Choreographer Syndee M. Winters believes that dance comes from within. New York born and Miami, Florida raised Syndee began dancing at age 15 in High School. Excelling quite quickly as a dancer, Syndee began working as a Freelance Dancer / Choreographer for a number of dance studios and inner-city programs throughout Miami. Dancing background for the Daddy Yankee Tour, Reggaeton artist Lisa M, American Idol Jordin Sparks, and traveling the world as a professional dancer Syndee has appeared in music videos for artists like Lil Wayne, Rihanna, Damian Marley, DJ Grandmaster Flash and many others. Syndee is a former veteran of the NBA s most famous dance team The New York Knicks City Dancers. She was also choreographer and assistant coach for the Knicks City Kids dance team and has hosted many events for the Knicks organization. She has appeared in magazines such as Teen People, Giant, and
ESPN Magazine. She began choreographing for non-dancers after a friend asked her to teach him some simple moves before going to a High School party.

She is excited to have worked with Phil Turay on The Quick & Dirty Guide to Hip Hop and hopes that it will be helpful to someone like you.

Features:
* Compact and handy iPhone version
* Authentic New York Hip Hop Dance Patterns
* Easy interface
* Bonus Chapter on Reggaeton

As a Hip Hop reference and instructional tool, this product features iconic and authentic Hip Hop Dance moves. Digifilm is also the producer of Dirty Salsa mini and Dirty Salsa Pro, also available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Lifestyle category.

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 5.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Dirty Hip Hop mini is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Lifestyle category.

Digifilm: http://digifilm.com
Dirty Hip Hop Mini 1.0: http://digifilm.com/dirty-hip-hop-mini/
Purchase and Download: http://itunes.apple.com/app/dirty-hip-hop-mini/id486270549
YouTube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mijP5B76POc
Screenshot: http://digifilm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/screenart-real-hip-hop-mini.png
App Icon: http://digifilm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/hiphop_icon_512-300×300.png

Located in New York, NY/US, Digifilm was founded in 2003 by Debdoot Das. Digifilm Inc. is an independent publisher and distributor of instructional and entertainment software for the home and mobile devices. DigiFilm’s focus is on entertainment and special interest titles addressing established and emerging consumer markets. Their innovative and award-winning products include titles in the popular trend areas of fitness, dance, and dance instruction. All Material and Software (C) 2011 Digifilm Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. Digifilm and Dirty Salsa are registered trademarks of Digifilm Inc.

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