Look! The super dope and charitable Galang Crew of Sweden is wearing matching tribal Flow pants for their latest video. I love their grooves and their cause...check it out!
Use the Code GALANGCREW for 20% off apparel and a portion of all proceeds will support the SOS Children's Project in Tambacounda, Senegal, a project close the Galang Crew's heart, and part of the group's #dancersagainstracism.
"Dance and music is universal and can link people together regardless of colour and race; when I dance I'm at my best. Its' my biggest love and the passion for it drives me through life no matter what I'm going through."
About GALANG CREW:
The Galang Crew is a crew with a focus on Dancehall/Hip Hop/Afrobeats. The dancers' styles range from hip hop, modern, jazz, and were all hand-selected by founder and choreographer, Sara Galan, to blend together to a colorful mix of energetic dancers spreading love and anti-racism messages through dance.
Sara Galan is a multi-styled dancer who has trained in New York, Europe, and Africa in dancehall, hip hop, house, and African traditional style including Sabar (Senegal) and djembe (Guinee Conakry). She is best known for her variety in Afrobeat styles such as Ndombolo, coupe decale, Azonto, and Kuduro Angolano. Galan was recently nominated as Artist of the Year 2015 at The African Diaspora Awards. In March 2015, Galang Crew Afrobeat videos featuring the songs "Hold Me Now" and "Ukwa" by Nigerian artist, Timaya, went viral.
Galan is also the founder of #DancersAgainstRacism, launched in 2014, to raise a voice against racism. Now in its second year, dancers and non-dancers all over the world participate in the movement via use of the hashtag and by participating in Galan's donation-based workshops to support different organizations she has hand-picked.