These Dance Crews Reigned Supreme In The ‘Dance Supremacy 2019’ Battle

Camille Santos

Posted at March 29, 2019

With 52 dance crews battling it out, only four reigned supreme in the recently concluded Dance Supremacy—the annual urban dance competition held and hosted in the Philippines.

The Company of Ateneo Dancers from Ateneo de Manila University and the Marist High Impact from Marist School edged out other contenders to win the top prize in the College and High School division, respectively.

Meanwhile, the Power Impact Dancers solidified its dynasty after emerging victorious in the Big Crew division for two consecutive years. The Kiddy, a newcomer, was hailed new kings in the Small Crew division.

Professional dancers/choreographers in Adam Alonzo (Philippines), Sonju (South Korea), Nanoi (Japan), Zaihar (Singapore), and Naoto Ogawa (Japan) completed the panel of judges.

Congratulations to the deserving winners of this year's Dance Supremacy!

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