PHUNK

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PHUNKProviding Hospis Understanding N Kare (Malaysia)
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The Nelson Place Elementary School fourth-grader was recently chosen to be a part of Lil' Phunk, the official junior dance team for the Boston Celtics.
The four stars wore catsuits with motion-capture balls to copy their signature moves, using songs, including Boom Boom Pow, Imma Be and Don't Phunk with My Heart, with routines choreographed by the group's creative director Fatima Robinson.
Guests can enjoy a champagne reception, canaps and entertainment by Phunk Phenomena.
A resident of clubbing brand Stompa Phunk, Holly has taken part in competitions, enjoyed club residencies and has also worked on promoting and managing her own club nights.
They had massive worldwide hits with the singles 'Don't Phunk With My Heart', 'Don't Lie' and 'Pump It' and it looks set to continue as the new single, 'Boom Boom Pow', went straight to the top of the US charts.
Students from Birmingham universities joined forces to produce a show called Afro Phunk.
The bi-annual summer fiesta is co-ordinated by Middlesbrough-based creative studio Tubby phunk and its artistic director Robert Page in conjunction with Middlesbrough Council's audience development strategy.
In a metropolitan area well-known for folks and their signs manning intersections, asking for whatever one can offer to help them get by, Brown, who calls himself "Phunk Unit," not only stands out, he prances out.
By 7 he had started his first formal dance training--African dance with DeAma Battle, then tap with Hill, and hip hop with a trio of teachers: Tron of The FloorLords, a Boston-based, world-traveling troupe; Reia Briggs-Connor from Phunk Phenomenon Dance Studio; and another mentor, Ricardo Foster.
The band were also nominated for Best International Group at this year's BRIT Awards and won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance for Don't Phunk with My Heart.
Sony BMG's value-for-money 40 track double CD rounds up some fairly recent chart hits such as Pussycat Dolls' StickWitU, Black Eyed Peas' Don't Phunk With My Heart, Lemar's Time To Grow, Outkast's The Way You Move and other spell-check anomalies, alongside a handful of old skool klassics from yesteryear, including Luther Vandross's Never Too Much, Anita Baker's Sweet Love and Marvin Gaye's Let's Get It On.
THE BLACK EYED PEAS Don't Phunk With My Heart GLOBAL multi-platinum Grammy Award winners The Black Eyed Peas return with the release of their eagerly anticipated fourth album, Monkey Business, the follow up to Will.i.am, Apl, Taboo and Fergie's 2003 breakthrough release, Elephunk.