In a new mix series, “Balt-Houze,” DJ Jamile McGee perfectly blends house music and Baltimore club into a non-stop party. Continue reading Mix It Up | DJ Jamile McGee – ‘Balt-Houze Mix 1’
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Many of you might know me as ThinkSoul25, but my full name is Jasmine McGee. And if the last name McGee sounds familiar, then perhaps you’ve heard of the name Jamile McGee. Maybe you saw the first season of Fox’s … Continue reading DANCE | Jamile McGee – Solo Freestyle [House x Freestyle]
I usually don’t watch The View, but today I actually sat down and watched an entire episode. The episode was pretty good, but the best part was seeing my brother, Jamile McGee, having a blast dancing on stage with Gloria … Continue reading A Must See: Jamile McGee Dancing on The View w/ Gloria Estefan
McGee, Visual Narrative Earlier in the semester we worked on visual narratives and it was fun! I had the chance to go down memory lane and talk about my move from Denver back home to the DMV. I’m glad to be back home and I don’t really miss Colorado too much. Here is my visual narrative called “The Urban Nomad.” Be sure to check out the PDF and let me know your thoughts! Below is also the final documentary about my brother Jamile McGee and his life after So You Think You Can Dance. I had a great time filming … Continue reading ENGL 3084: Final Visual Narrative and Documentary
As I approach the final two weeks of summer classes, I’ve begun preparation for my documentary. I’ve chosen to do a documentary about my brother Jamile McGee and his life after being on “So You Think You Can Dance?” In 2005 he wowed audiences with his amazing dances moves on the first season of SYTYCD and six years later he has a wife, a passion for choreography, and a dream to live a stable yet exciting life. I found this subject interesting because many people over the years have always asked me about his career and what it’s like having … Continue reading Reflective Post: Life After Reality Television