Marquese Scott (born November 5, 1981) is an American popping animation dancer. His work has been seen in music videos that he creates, TV shows such as The Ellen DeGeneres Show, advertisements, and live performances at award shows. He is part of the dance crew Dragon House. His YouTube channel is WHZGUD2, which includes many dances. His dance videos include Higher, Set Fire To The Rain, Time Control, Wake Me Up, Fresh, Hanging On, and his most popular, Pumped Up Kicks.
This native Bostonian has taken his high-energy, street-style, one-man solo show to audiences around the globe, and in front of millions as a semi-finalist on America’s Got Talent. He was featured in a movie called “The Way Way Back”, alongside Steve Carrel and Maya Rudolph. Snap Boogie® performs at NBA and College half-time shows, and regularly competes in international dance battles as a multi-disciplinary dancer (tap Dance, popping, and breakdancing). Recently, through a partnership with Enjin, he broadened his horizons, and created the very first dance emote NFT in the world, for the gaming industry.
Beyond this, Snap Boogie has extended his creation, to the artistic world. His company, Beauty in the Streets® provides a platform for artists and street performers to create their very own emote NFTs, which will monetize their talents and take them to the next level. In addition to Snap Boogie's passion for performing, he is embarking upon a new mission; to merge the entertainment industry into the Blockchain space.