Justice Crew Official Booking
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Winners of Australia's Got Talent.

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Our vision is to encourage and inspire all people to reach and fulfill their dreams and to live life to their fullest potential. We are taking Hip Hop Dance to another level and to world…

Justice Crew released their first single “And Then We Dance” on August 27

We are JUSTICE!!!

the crew

Samson Cosray Smith
Samson is 22 years old, and is originally from New Zealand. He only recently moved to Sydney in 2007 and has been breakdancing for over 9 years. Ever since hes been in Sydney he has been introduced to other styles of dance such as Krump and hiphop!!! He has travelled to and toured around various countries including Germany, USA, HongKong, Australia and New Zealand dancing, performing and teaching!!!

Solo Tohi
New Plymouth, Nz
Where grew up – Wellington, Nz
Current hometown – Sydney, Aus
Dance styles. Bboying, Urban hiphop, Popping,
Competitions – Loose control finals 07, Superound box 07, Groove Castle hill 07, Battlegrounds 08, AHC Canberra 09, Australian hiphop qualifiers 09,battle cry bboy comp 08,
has been dancing for 7 years in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, America.
A self taught dancer growing up in New Zealand’s capital, started off bboying for 5 years then later on developing an appreciation for styles such as Urban hip-hop and Popping, soon to find himself moving to Sydney, Australia to pursue his dance career and winning dance competitions such as ‘looze control’, ‘Australian hip-hop Champs’ and ’World hip-hop Qualifiers’.
Len John Ruela Pearce
My Name is Len John Ruela Pearce but cool people call me “Lenny” and for some, I’m Lennix. I am one of the twins in the crew. I was born on the 25th of February 1991 so that makes me 18 years old. I am half philipino and half Australian. I started Dancing 3 years ago, when “You got Served” came out, a group of my friends wanted to start a crew for fun and in doing so we taught ourselves and now we’re known as the “AthElites”. This was a combination of Elite Athletes in Athletics, Touch, Rugby League and Union, which is how we got our name. That group has ceased due to other comitments such as UNI, College and senior high school. As well as dancing I am also an elite athelete in athletics. My top events are Triple Jump, Long Jump and the 100m. I have been state and national champions in 3 years consecutive IN Triple Jump. I hope to make the commonwealth games or even 2012 olympics in London.
John Len Ruela Pearce
Hey whats up guys! My name is John Len Ruela Pearce, I am 18 yrs old and have a twin brother. My nationality is Half Filipino and half Aussie and i was born in Sydney NSW. I am currently in a relationship for more than a year now. My hobbies include Sports such as Athletics, Touch football and Dance. I train 3 days a week for sprints and i am currently in the top 3 sprinters in the pacific region in the under 18s division in the 100m, my personal best time being 10.72secs. I started Hip Hop dance about 3 yrs ago teaching myself using the hit movie ‘You got Served’ as an inspiration. My twin brother and i created a dance group at school using inexperienced dancers and close friends. We called ourselves the ‘Athelites’ and performed at various dance competitions such as groove/ lose control aswell as the Opera house. We won state groove in 2007 and has featured on the ABC series australia wide in 2005. I graduated from Hunters Hill High school at the end of 2008, therefore terminating our group as we took different paths and since then I have been studying fitness at TAFE to eventually start my own buisness in the fitness industry or become a personal trainer. Dance is my inspiration and becoming a member of JUSTICE has kept me motivated to become an entertainer and a performer to eventually inspire others to do the same.
Emmanuel Rodriguez
A self-taught Hip-hopper from Orange, Emmanuel has refused to let the isolation of growing up in a small town be an obstacle in his path to pursuing dance as a career. He stared break dancing at 12 as a way to stay out of trouble and express himself and moved to Sydney to become a B-Boy. Emmanuel is a down-to-earth as they come and genuinely just wants the opportunity to be able to make a living out of doing something that he loves – DANCE!
Australian Hiphop Competition’s:
2006 Psalms 1st Australian Hip Hop Champions.
2007 Psalms 1st Super Round Box, Best Chore.
2007 Psalms 1st Loose Control.
2007 Cookie Time Groove Hip Hop Champs First Place
Best Choreography.
2007 Cookie Time Battle Grounds 2nd Nationally.
Breakdance Competition’s:
2003 Battle Of the Year Australia
2005 XGames 2004-2005 2nd Place
2007 Step Your Game Up 8th place
2007 Park side Competition 1st place
2007 Super Round Box 8th place
2007 Battle State 1st place
2007 Beat Sneakers 1st place
2007 Ozbboy Championship 4th place
2007 Danceskool 3rd place
2007 Body Rok New Zealand
Festival’s/TV Show’s
2005 Big Day Out
2005 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards Australia
2007 Parachute, Music festival
2007 Black stump
2007 Catholic Youth Week
2007 Kulture Break Canberra
2007 Hillsong Jam/Conference/Youth Week
2007 Psalms Tours NewZealand Melbourne Northern Territory
Port Macquarie,Los Angela’s (LA DREAM CENTRE) Brisbane
2007 CC oxford falls 700 Conference
2007 Richmond Youth Week
2007 Chaser (SBS)
2007 Maori T.V NewZealand
Cooperate Gigs
Foxtel Promotion
2007 Project Moda (MC Sacchi)
2007 INXS (Fund Raiser2007 )
2007 Latino Festival
2007 Melbourne Art Award Promotion
2008 Moblie three party Co
2008 New Balance Fitness Expo(moda management)
Paul Eric Merciadez
Known as “paulie”, his drive to imrpove as a dancer and his unique character is what makes him a bright individual.
In 2006, he was asked to perform a dance as part of a youth group. Although he’d never had any experience before that, many saw him as a natural. Ever since he has been motivated to inspire others and show that “nothing can stop you from chasing your dream.. all you have to do is run faster.”
His acrobatic ablilities and creativity abled him to begin to develop his own bboy flavor.
“I knew how to flip before i could dance. I started breaking in 2007, and loved it ever since!”
Previously performing in crews such as Barbie Boys, Gigabeatz and Psyke in competitions and such as Groove, Looze Control, Showdown and The Easter Show, he has gone on to become the performer he is today, though he is always wanting to learn something new and improve his skills.
Anastasios Tass Repousis 
My name is Anastasios (Tass) But i go by the name Kid Taz. I’m 18 years old and I started dancing in 2004 September because of my dad who was an old school bboy in the 80’s. My style is BBOY (breakin) But I also dance other styles,I’m also a bboy who lives it rather then does it as a hobby, You have to if you want to be a bboy, thats just how it is.
I am an official member of dance crews-Hybrid Formz, Psalms, Rebelance and Pussy cat ballz. I was also in the top 100 so you think you can dance….top 20 next year! I also like to write MUSIC!!! My fav artists being Maxwell and Atmosphere, Tattoos, SHOES and Play games especially Final Fantasy HUGE FAN! Glad I got that off my chest haha.
Vanilla Ice back up dancer (2009)
So you think you can dance top 100 2009 ( straight through!) haha
Shadow wars champion ( 2007) Aus 1 on 1 breakin championships.
1st place fed sqaure melbourne (2007) with Hybrid formz
1st in Dancekools (2008) Vol 21 and 22
1st for Bboy Unit in (2008) with fresh sox
1st for Superround box in (2008) with Hybrid formz
1st place Hip Hop champs qaulifiers for Vegas (2009) with Psalms
1st place platform (2009) with pussy cat ballz and the list goes on past the years…

Corporate Team Building

Justice Corporate Team building
For hundreds of years dance manuals and other writings have lauded the health benefits of dancing, usually as physical exercise. More recently we’ve seen research on further health benefits of dancing, such as stress reduction and increased serotonin level, with its sense of well-being.
Then most recently we’ve heard of another benefit: Frequent dancing apparently makes us smarter. A major study added to the growing evidence that stimulating one’s mind can ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia, much as physical exercise can keep the body fit.
Get Australias best Hip Hop Dance crew to help make your team smarter!
Justice provide fun inspiring and challenging team building workshops that can be tailored for your specific requirements.
Spend the day learning and growing as you come together to produce your companies own routine and dance together, in rhythm with yourself and with your team.
Take a Justice Dance workshop to challenge your mind. It will stimulate the connectivity of your brain by generating the need for new pathways. Difficult and even frustrating classes are better for you, as they will create a greater need for new neural pathways.
Dancing integrates several brain functions at once, increasing connectivity. Dancing simultaneously involves kinesthetic, rational, musical and emotional processes.
But above all else, dancing is great fun and makes you feel alive!
The Justice Crew includes Eman from So You Think You Can Dance and a team of motivated young athletes.

On the back of the release of their debut single “And Then We Dance” Sony Music Australia is excited to announce the latest release from phenomenal dance troupe Justice Crew. Today a full length DVD of the same title “And Then We Dance’ will be available in stores.
The documentary style DVD goes behind the scenes and into the lives of 9 incredibly talented young men showcasing their talents, insane dance moves and inspirational stories.
“Most people are aware of the success Justice Crew have found but most people don’t realise where we’ve come from, how hard we’ve had to work to get here and where we want to go.” Emmanual Rodriguez said.
“I think the DVD captures our true personalities, friendship, and talents – audiences can expect to see a different side to the Justice Crew” Rodriguez added.
Hailing from the western suburbs of Sydney, Justice Crew won over Australian audiences when they entered and subsequently won the 2010 series of Australia’s Got Talent. Prior to their win, the crew struggled with financial hardship, broken homes and behavioural problems. Through dance Justice Crew turned their lives around and it is now their shared goal to change the lives of the younger generation through the Justice Academy – a facility offering free dance classes to under-privileged children.
Justice Crew are Lukas Wildrok, Omar Kamara, Samson Cosray Smith, Solo Tohi, Len John Ruela Pearce, John Len Ruela Pearce, Emmanuel Rodriguez, Paul Eric Merciadez and Anastasios Tass Repousis.
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