Brayo Judah, is one of the most widely sought after dancers in the Modern African dance industry. Dancing for almost 30 years, Brayo began touring and working with international artist Eric Wanaina in the late 1990’s, as the lead choreographer for his music videos and album launch. Wanaina went on to credit Brayo’s distinctive and innovate work with much of the success of his bestselling Sawa Sawa album. In the early 2000s, Brayo traveled the globe, performing in dozens of countries alongside major recording artist, Nameless, as dancer and lead choreographer for his videos and international tour. Brayo’s work on Nameless’ video, “Juju”, received great acclaim and was nominated for a coveted MTV Europe Music Award. Since his success with Nameless, Brayo has gone on to perform with or open for international artists such as Sean Paul, Shaggy, Koffi Olomide, Fally Ipupa, Jabali Afrika and Awilo Longomba. Currently, Brayo teaches innovative and energetic soukous and coupé decalé classes at workshops, festivals, master classes, and studios across the globe, focusing on waist-winding, African dance theory, history and technique.