We've been following Bailrok's journey as a dancer for years, even before he won the So You Think You Can Dance Season 16 on Fox. Take a look back at some of his memorable performances that he featured on his Instagram this week while he turns 21.
Four time GRAMMY award nominee, Megan Thee Stallion released her new, "Body" music video and song that has already garnered over 23M views in 2 weeks! Your favorite influencers like So You Think You Can Dance Season 16 winner, Bailrok and sister duo signed to Roc Nation, Ceraadi have joined in on the action and have garnered millions of views on their own renditions.
Megan Thee Stallion released her highly anticipated debut album, Good News, alongside a brand new video for ‘Body’, a body-positive anthem for women everywhere. ‘Body’ celebrates women taking ownership of and proudly enjoying their bodies, in all sizes, shapes and heights. With a fiery voguing runway-inspired video starring Megan, the ‘Body’ video also features a host of incredible women including Taraji P Henson, Jordyn Woods, Blac Chyna, Daren Kyle, Asian Doll, Bernice Burgos and Maliibu Miitch. Watch Megan perform "Body" on the American Music Awards below:
Here to brighten up news cycles for fans everywhere, Good News takes its title from Megan’s ethos that in the midst of everything negative going on in the world, we all have the ability to make and become our own good news. Megan Thee Stallion’s Good News is here to inspire listeners everywhere and to bring fun back into the everyday.
With features from none other than City Girls, Da Baby, Lil Durk, SZA, Popcaan, Mustard, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Beyoncé and Young Thug, Good News is packed with incredible collaborations, as well as numerous solo tracks from Thee Stallion, including the gold-certified smash hit ‘Girls in the Hood’, which has garnered over 152 million streams to date.
The announcement of Good News follows Megan’s five BET Awards, including Hip Hop Artist Of The Year as well as an MTV VMA Award for ‘Savage’, GQ’s Rapper of the Year and an honor by TIME in the TIME100, its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Honoring Father’s on his special day with performances by Albert Posis, Apostol, Bailrok, Gabe. Bondoc, Jeremy Passion, Jessica Louise, Keith Pedro, Kiana V, Melissa Polinar, Nieman & The Filharmonic.
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