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16-year-old b-girl Logan Edra has been busy this summer working on new projects including an incredible performance for The Kinjaz’ dance competition, Arena. Choreographed by D-Trix, this routine is part hip hop, part magic, and all emotion. An emotional vignette of a bedroom scene, the dance to Jessie J’s “Who Are You” is about self-love.

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Part 2 “Who You Are” // In the process of creating any piece, for me there is always a driving force that motivates me to create/execute to the best of my ability. For this piece, @dtrix and I constantly reminded ourselves why we were making this piece in the first place. Having the ability/opportunity to share an important message through movement/storytelling is one of the most special gifts we have as dancers (it’s our universal language). Although I feel like the piece should speak for itself, it’s apparent that it was a dedication to anyone out there who feels unworthy, unloved, or the need to sacrifice their own integrity due to a strong feeling of emptiness. I hope this piece speaks to you and, more importantly, empowers you to know and BELIEVE that you are WORTHY and you are LOVED. 🌹 . Full video on @dtrix IGTV and YouTube . . #logistx #dtrix #selflove #whoyouare

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Sharing a clip from the video on her Instagram, Logan says, “For this piece, [D-Trix] and I constantly reminded ourselves why we were making this piece in the first place.” And the power of that is obvious! The closeness to the story told in the piece is evident in every move she makes. She went on to say that, “Although I feel like the piece should speak for itself, it’s apparent that it was a dedication to anyone out there who feels unworthy, unloved, or the need to sacrifice their own integrity due to a strong feeling of emptiness.”

Check out the full video!