Luis “Weezy” Egurrola
Weezy has been dancing since the age of 16. His passion has always been dance and being in the entertainment field. Luis is a Phoenix native, born and raised. Luis has been creating a name for the Phoenix dance scene for the past 15 years.
Weezy has been a member of the Phoenix Mercury Hip Hop Squad for 8 years, and has been the Coach for the past 6. He also has become part of the Phoenix Suns Organization as the coach of the Solar Squad (High Energy Hip Hop Dance Team). He has choreographed for other teams in the NBA like the Golden State Warriors, Seattle Super Sonics, and the Portland Trailblazers. Weezy was involved in performing and choreographing for the 2009 NBA All-Star Week, which was held in Phoenix, AZ. Not only is Weezy the in-arena host for the Phoenix Mercury, but he became voice of the Phoenix Suns in-arena host for the 2011-2012 season.
Weezy has choreographed for many events in the valley, as well as out of state. He has worked with up and coming artists like Jade Johnson, Sya, Queen Yonasada, Renee, and Lashy through touring, live performances, and music videos. Weezy choreographed the opening for the Miss Indian Pageant 2006, held at Chandler Center for the Arts. He is currently a judge on the touring Celebrity Dance Competition.
Weezy is no stranger to charity work. He has worked with charities like the Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Phoenix Mission, One Voice Community Center, MS Foundation, the Frank Foundation, and 1n10, to name a few. He has also participated in Phoenix Pride Festival, performing with music artists as well as female impersonators.
Weezy has been brought in as a guest choreographer to numerous local high schools throughout the valley. He has also instructed at Gotta Dance, All about Dance, Rhythm and Motion Dance Center, Dance Network, and is currently instructing at Paula Carr Dance Academy, Dance Studio 111, The Dance Project, Abby Bella Dance Studio, and Gold’s Gym. He is also the dance choreographer for the Cesar Chavez High School Champions Cheer Squad.
Luis “WEEZY” Egurrola has always felt that dance is his life. He also says that “No matter what you do or how you do it, as long as you have true passion you will succeed.”