Brian Puspos Goes Brash Yet Meaningful With J. Cole’s G.O.M.D.

“Brian Puspos Choreography | G.O.M.D by J. Cole”

A short video featuring Brian Puspos, Bam Martin and Jawn Ha dancing to J. Cole’s G.O.M.D.

Puspos shares:

“Let me continue to contribute to the umbrella of art and it’s movement towards its well deserved place. It’s a privilege for me because not only is there purpose, but also growth in gods will using the gifts and opportunities he has given me. It’s beyond singing or dancing for me, because I’m not just doing it for personal gain. I have every dreamer and believer on my back.”

“I’m honored to be one of the few at the front line pushing forward and fighting for art to be accepted; to be treated equal; and to not be misunderstood. I’m trying my hardest to break boundaries for myself, my craft, and for the upcoming generations. It would be the highest achievement to be 80 years old and see dancing and other art forms still alive and well. I could truly die happy, and say that I was apart of that.”

Here’s a longer video putting his work in a narrative with more of a community context:

“Brian Puspos Choreography | The X Show”

Clyde F. Smith

DanceLand founder Clyde F. Smith has a PhD in Cultural Studies from OSU and performs improvisational dance in Working Sessions.