Living by the motto “I will not be out worked,” Jeremy Strong is labeled as one of the hardest working Artists in the business . Growing up in the small town of Goodwater, Alabama, he studied dance legends like Michael Jackson, James Brown, and MC Hammer which helped him create his signature “smooth” style. Early in his youth he moved to Atlanta Georgia where he was highly influenced by the street dance scene. These influences along with his training in pop locking, breaking, and krumping helped in the creation of his signature dance style which is known for it’s illusions and explosive moves.
Jeremy is the leader of Collizion Dance Crew, who were featured on Season 7 of MTV’s “Americas Best Dance Crew.” On the show the world became familiar with the street grooves he and his crew created; moves that are now circulating around the industry. Jeremy has had the privilege to work alongside of artists such as Usher, Ne-Yo, Justin Bieber, Keri Hilson, Flo Rida, Ciara, T-Pain, Heavy D, and R. Kelly just to name a few. Most recently he assisted master choreographer, Jamaica Craft, on Ne-yo’s Good Morning America performance and Justin Bieber’s Billboard Award performance. He also assisted Aakomon Jones in putting together a breakdown in Usher’s Itunes Festival performance in London. Jeremy is a true artist, choreographer, dancer, instructor, model, and actor. He has appeared in films such as “Stomp the Yard 2,” “Pitch Perfect,” “3 Stooges,” and “I Can Do Bad All by Myself.”
Jeremy is not all about the big stage. He believes in giving back. He has a heart for mentoring and working with the youth in his area. As one of the most pursued instructors in Atlanta he shares his craft with up and coming talent. Jeremy has been requested to give master dance classes all around the nation. From performing with various artists to dancing in multiple movies Jeremy shows his love for the art every time he performs. This is why he is one of the newest sought after faces in the industry. Jeremy is currently dancing on tour with Jason Derulo.