Who We Are
CEO and founder of The Evolution of Hip-Hop, LLC has always been captivated by Hip Hop and its influences. Within the last 10 years Alexandra Bernard has explored and mastered some the Elements that make up the Hip Hop Culture. Dance has always been her passion and by her senior year in high school she was a choreographer for a hot new reggae artist in the tri-state area. In college she became the Creative Director for Saint Peter's College's Dance Program and lead the team to perform in colleges and venues all over NJ. During that time she also hosted her own college radio show on WSPC Radio. Her show explored Hip-Hop music, news, and featured local artist that shared their talents and love for hip hop with her listeners. That year she also became the only female rapper on a Mixtape which was a compilation album of local talents to form “Allstar Clique Vol I”.
Later on she joined a DJ group titled F.L.Y Music Ent as a DJ and the Manager. They toured the tri-state area blessing their clients with their unique sound at colleges, clubs, wedding, and Sweet 16’s. All the while dance never left her side.....A-lexx took the dance world by storm with her inimitable choreography and her fiery energy. Within the last 2 years she has worked with ABC, MTV, VH1, BET, Comcast Cable, EHow.com and A&E to name a few and had a role in the dance movie trilogy STEP UP 3. Performed and choreographed at Radio City Music Hall, Mohegan Sun Areana, Nassau Colosseum, and more. She's also opened and performed with artist like Naughty By Nature, Mr. Vegas, T.I, Ludacris, Donnie Klang, Doug E. Fresh, Biz Markie, Vanilla Ice, shot videos with artist like French Montana, and worked with the legendary Full Force. She doesn’t plan to stop there. Her next role is to share her knowledge of the industry and help students reach the top with the proper tools and with same love and respect she has for the hip hop culture. Thus, The Evolution of Hip Hop was born.
“Hip Hop is not just a music genre; it’s a culture, a feeling, a groove, a lifestyle. It has so many twist and turns and it has evolved so much. We have to take a trip back into time to understand where it came from and where it’s going.” –Alexandra, CEO
90'S Hip Hop & Birtday Instructor-
Frida is originally from Sweden. She has been living in New York City for six years, working as a dancer and choreographer. Recently bookings include Radio city music hall with Hip hop Extravaganza show, choreographing Jenn Bocian's music video "We will always have New York" that include 110 dancers ,performing at Taj Mahal arena in Atlantic City, boardwalk empire, good morning America, performing with Swedish house maffia etc
Popping & Birthday Party Instructor-
Born and raised in Brooklyn new York Rudy has always been surrounded by greatness. At a young age he loved to danced and began learning at the age of 9. Hip hop is his style of choice but has an admiration for everything from tap to contemporary. He was blessed enough to perform with Chris brown and has been touring with Freestyle sensation Soave for the last year. He continues to grow/aspire/inspire those he meets.
African & Modern Instructor-
Sifa received her formal dance training at The Brooklyn Music School and The Dance Theatre
of Harlem where she cultivated her passion for movement, rhythm and performance. She
furthered her education by attending Hunter College in New York City where she majored in
Dance and began developing Balletik Teknik, her own contemporary dance hall and body
strengthening technique. Sifa is certified in Mat and Reformer Pilates and is certified to teach
Zumba. She is currently on staff as an instructor of dance and dance fitness at Peridance
Capezio Center in New York City. As a committed member of the dance community and a
freelance writer, Sifa covers the Tri-State Area's major dance events like The Dance Theatre of
Harlem's Annual Gala at which dancer/singer/actress Vanessa Williams was honored, The
American Cancer Society's Dance Against Cancer Event at which New York City Ballet,
American Ballet Theater, Alvin Ailey and Ballet Hispanico's brightest stars performed for a
cure and Savion Glover's performance at the Joyce Theatre.
Diosmer is a Hip Hop/Break Dance Teacher for Carnival Cruise Lines
Breakdance teacher 3 years’ experience teaching ages 6 – 8, 9 – 11 & 12 –
18. Beginners to advanced levels and ran the end of cruise performance for the children.
Also taught adult hip hop classes
Performed at New York Knicks Half-time Show Madison Square Gardene
Production Show- Dancing In The Streets Production Show- Far From Over Carnival Dream
Eugene “Spydey" Jordan IV grew up in Hollis Queens where hip-hop icons included LL Cool J and Run DMC. He started breakin' at age 18, and in college practiced the art with peers including Kid Glyde--the son of Mr. Glyde, president of the legendary b-boy crew The Dynamic Rockers. Spydey is a member of Dynamic, competing with them in world-renown breaking' competitions like R16 and Outbreak. He has won events such as Battle for Your Life New Jersey and the 610 Mayfield Competition in Pennsylvania.