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Edz Gyamfi

Edmund “Edz” Gyamfi (born, 1986), better known by his stage name Edz Gyamfi, is a Ghanaian-Canadian dance choreographer from Ottawa, Ontario Canada. Born in Kumasi, Ghana Edz was exposed to dance and various genres of music from all around the world at an early age.

Edz Gyamfi has been in the dance and music industry for over 20 years. He is an internationally recognized artist and choreographer who has performed with renowned artists such as Sean Paul, Beenie Man and Busta Rhymes. His passion for dance continues to drive him across Canada, where he teaches classes about Afro Dance, Dancehall and Hip Hop. Edz seeks to share his culture with the world and create an environment of inclusivity in his classes. His unique approach brings together traditional African dance moves, modern Dancehall and contemporary Hip-Hop choreography to create a diverse style that is all his own.

With his dynamic energy and enthusiasm for learning, Edz Gyamfi continues to inspire people around the world with his passion for dance. He encourages everyone to embrace their heritage, learn new moves and discover the joy of movement. Edz Gyamfi’s impact on the global dance community is undeniable. His classes provide an outlet for creativity and self-expression that transcends cultural boundaries and unites people from various backgrounds.

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