“Glee” star Harry Shum, Jr. and Asian American hip-hop dance crew Jabbawockeez are teaming up with Coca-Cola and RED to create a music video to raise awareness and money with the goal of eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV.
“We can have a great way to utilize dance as a way to raise awareness to hopefully eliminate mother to child transmission of HIV by 2015 so we can get that number down to zero,” said Shum Jr.
“What we decided to do was create movement that’s not too difficult to do,” said Kevin Brewer of Jabbawockeez. “It allows the person to get into the pocket of the music like feel the vibe and the flow and really that creates a positive experience for dancing.”
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