We’ve had a lot of success and a lot of great feedback from our customers. A few people emailed me about bringing this to Mac and we’ve finally been able to accomplish that.
(PRWEB) December 08, 2011
“Hip Hop Instruction: The Original Hip Hop Curriculum”, the top selling hip hop dance curriculum in the world, just got a little bigger. Last year, due to its success, Kevin Andrews Industries LLC introduced the curriculum for the iPad. Now, Kevin Andrews Industries has taken it one step further and brought the famous curriculum to the Mac App Store!
Kevin Andrews, creator of the Hip Hop Instruction curriculum , says that he couldn’t have done it without his customers' help. “We’ve had a lot of success and a lot of great feedback from our customers. A few people emailed me about bringing this to Mac and we’ve finally been able to accomplish that.”
Bringing the hip hop dance curriculum to a digital format means no printing costs which allows Andrews’ to offer the digital version at a discounted rate. “I believe that more people will have access to learning hip hop dance because we have discounted the price so much from the printed version.”
Started in 2009, “Hip Hop Instruction: The Original Hip Hop Curriculum" was Andrews’ first major entrepreneurial project. “I started it in my basement and it just kind of grew from there.” Andrews says it took several months to complete the program and claims it offered something at the time that no one previously had. In contrast to traditional dance instruction videos, we actually broke down the dance steps so people could create their own dances, opening up endless possibilities."
When asked if Andrews has any other projects in the works, he said, “Of course, when I take one poker out of the fire, there are two more that replace it.” Andrews has over 15 dance related apps in the iTunes and Android Markets and plans on continuing his venture to teach the world how to dance. Andrews added, “It’s really cool to think that there are thousands of people all around the world who have learned a dance step from something I’ve done or created.” To date, more than 50,000 people have downloaded one of Andrews’ apps.
Andrews' has danced for such artists as LeAnn Rimes, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Alan Jackson, and Big & Rich. He also recently choreographed a music video along side famed director Trey Fanjoy. Last year, Andrews’ taught at the University of Wisconsin (Madison).
As this new Mac app is launched, it will most certainly bring dance to more people, continuing Andrews’ one-time basement project of “Hip Hop Instruction.”