With over 100 million views, Dejan Tubic has become one of the most watched choreographers online. According to Fox News Los Angeles, he is “lighting the world on fire with his fierce moves”. His videos have gotten him in publications all over the world from The New York Times to online blogs such as PerezHilton.com. Ciara, The Black Eyed Peas, Jason DeRulo, Adam Lambert, and Ryan Seacrest are just a few stars who have expressed their love for his work and dancers.
Outside his remarkable online presence and achievements, Dejan continues to work as a dancer and choreographer. As a dancer, he has performed with Usher at The American Music Awards, danced for artists such as Toni Braxton and YouTube sensation, Rebecca Black, and was a dancer on the hit TV show X-Factor. He moved onto TV, becoming a cast member as a choreographer on MTV’s The Electric Barbarellas. Later on in his career he was hired to Choreograph for The American Music Awards Red Carpet Show as well as The Streamy Awards, including dancing and choreographing for OMI, Soulja Boy, Vanilla Ice, and the legendary Sir Mix-A-Alot. Recently, Dejan has been working with Pentatonix, choreographing the “On My Way Home” World Tour and appearing in their “On My Way Home” Tour Documentary.
Outside of his major career achievements, Dejan continues to travel and be an educator to dancers all over the world. He is a faculty member at International Dance Academy (IDA) in Hollywood, CA and travels the US with Dance Makers Dance Convention.
“I would love to change the world, on 8-count at a time”