Bailey Muñoz, also known as BBoy Bailrok is the first b-boy to ever win So You Think You Can Dance. He was born in Fremont, California and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada.
As a child, he was always dancing at family reunions and gatherings, making everywhere he went his stage. Bailey was formally trained and is a member of the legendary Rock Steady Crew, who has been instrumental in his dance journey. He is a resident performer at the Cosmopolitan Hotel on the Las Vegas strip and has toured with Bruno Mars and worked with Chris Brown, Will Smith, Gwen Stefani, Meghan Trainor and Justin Beiber’s “Purpose Tour.”
His goal is to continue in dance and commercial industry, try acting and travel around the world to teach workshops while inspiring others through dance the way he was inspired. But most of all, he wants to give back and share his passion for dance.
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The Hustle Mission was the outline for the two and a half hour kickoff event:
Each section mixed interviews and DJ sets with conversations between SOSUPERSAM and Jen Deleon and our very own Roslynn chatting with Guapdad 4000 and Illmind. Plus we were stoked to see Passion and Gabe Bondoc singing the Filipino national anthem, Lemonade together! It was a reunion of half of #CatchingOneLemonade.
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James Rumohr is a husband, father, veteran as well as the Co-Founder and Chief of Staff at Kumu, a livestreaming platform for over 100 million Filipinos worldwide. Primarily, users have the ability to monetize their livestreams, play games, and by participate in various promotions. James' hopes to accomplish his vision to build a positive online community and create a safe space for Filipinos from all over the world.
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JR Aquino is a singer/songwriter from Anchorage Alaska who now resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was in the Top 44 of American Idol: Season 4 and was a member of Team Ceel-Lo on The Voice: Season 3. He continues to create and produce music to positively impact people all around the world.
In this Hustle With Purpose episode, JR Aquino talks about how we started as a musician, his career journey, and what he's doing now in his music career.
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CEO & Founder Angelia “Angel” Trinidad of Passion Planner interviews with Romeo Marquez from 'Hustle With Purpose' to talk about living in your truth, her entrepreneurial journey with Passion Planner, her tips to self-care, & much more. Also, congrats to Passion Planner for celebrating their 7 years!
First generation, queer, Filipina American, Angelia “Angel” Trinidad is the CEO and Founder of Passion Planner. After graduating from UCLA with a B.A. in Art and a Minor in Arts Education, she found herself depressed, struggling to find direction. With the motto: Action Cures Fear, she took the leap and created Passion Planner, a paper life coach, from her parents garage. Since then, Passion Planner has now helped 1,500,000 people live in their purpose with less stress and more fun. Now, a thriving multimillion dollar company, Passion Planner gives back through a growing Get One, Give One program, donating over 500,000 planners each year to empower schools and NPOs all around the world.⠀
Diane Paragas is an award-winning writer/director, editor, cinematographer and producer of narrative features, documentaries and commercials. In 2019, Paragas completed her debut narrative feature, Yellow Rose, about an undocumented Filipino-American teen pursuing a dream to become a country music singer. The film won over a dozen Grand Jury and Audience Awards and will be distributed by Sony Pictures theatrically in 2020. Yellow Rose made history by being the first Filipino American film theatrically distributed by a major Hollywood studio.
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Eugene Tejada spent the first part of his career as a bench player for the Alaska Aces, having been drafted in the 2003 rookie class of the PBA draft. He got his big break in 2006 with the Purefoods Chunkee Giants, where he became a candidate for Most Improved Player of the year.
His life changed because of a freak accident on a Mother’s Day game in 2006, when he fractured his c5-c6 neck vertebrae and became paralyzed from the neck down. In his upcoming book, Ready to Rise: From Paralysis to Liberation, Eugene shares his inspiring journey after the accident, with an emphasis in finding his identity along the way.
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