This Arizona based hip-hop crew wowed the judges with their upbeat Qualifiers routine and killed it in the Duels. Find out more about this talented Junior Team in WOD Magazine’s exclusive Q&A below and watch last weeks performance below.

WOD: How did it feel when you found out you’d be on Season 3? 

EC: Absolutely incredible, this show has changed so many lives and it’s an honor to be able to compete against the best dancers in the world.

WOD: What style are you performing and why?

EC: We are performing hip hop because hip hop to our crew is all about passion and drive. The fast, powerful, and technical aspect of our hip hop compliments our best qualities as dancers and brings out the most passion and dedication we can give. All of us are extremely comfortable with this style and believe that it is our pathway to success.

WOD: What do you think your fans would want to know about you?

EC: Fans?! That’s crazy to think about! Our fans should know that we all had a dream, we went after it, and that it’s possible for them to do the same. We did the impossible on World of Dance and proved to ourselves, and hopefully others, that we can do anything we put our mind to. I also think our fans should know that if you are on a team, make sure that you have each others backs. We are not just a team but a family.

WOD: Why do you think dance is important to the world?

EC: Dance is important to the world because it inspires people to be creative and be yourself. Dance is a sport, an art, and a way to release your stress and let your emotions and feelings out.

WOD: What sets you apart from the competition?

EC: What sets us apart from the competition is how passionate we are. We like to use our voices to show our passion because it makes it easier for us to keep pushing and to keep the energy up. Elektro is very vocal in our routines. We scream and yell. It’s how we show our passion. 

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