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Most Influential Filipinos in the Gulf: Christopher Trasmaño – The Dance Champ

Most Influential Filipinos in the Gulf: Christopher Trasmaño – The Dance Champ

 

Filipino Dancer CHRISTOPHER TRASMAÑO

Christopher Frostyle Trasmaño – Photo by Eros Goze for Illustrado Magazine

 

Break dance, sure he could do. But, breaking records is also something Christopher Trasmaño had proven to achieve. Holding the Guinness Book of World Record title for the longest hours of dancing for a dance/rhythm videogame using Xbox 360 Kinect Dance Central 2 is only one among the long list of successes that Christopher, a.k.a. ‘CL Frostyle’, carries throughout the years.

 

CHRISTOPHER TRASMAñO 2

Christopher Frostyle Trasmaño – Photo by Eros Goze for Illustrado Magazine

As a successful professional dancer, CL Frostyle has performed for many events in the hottest of venues in the emirates. He has also appeared in several commercials, music videos and concerts, managed three different dance studios in the Philippines, grooved with Gary Valenciano, Lani Misalucha, and had been the front act for Pussycat Dolls for the Manila tour. Also, he was featured in a music video of Philippine All-Stars.

 

Not slowing down to rest from dancing, Christopher would still want to break the world record he had already set. Guinness record aside, he has also set his eyes on pursuing his dream – to be known one day for being the humble CLfrostyle, champion of the masses and underprivileged bboys and hiphop dancers who have huge dreams of making it big, and finally, to own a dance company that sponsors Filipino talents and sends them overseas for competitions.

 

 

 

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Author: Illustrado

From the Middle East to the rest of the world, IllustradoLife shares the stories of Filipinos expats from around the world, providing a global venue championing the world class Filipino. IllustradoLife features articles on fashion and beauty, travel, lifestyle, business, events and other topics of interest to the international Filipino community from its mother publication, Illustrado Magazine.

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