Rhapsody James is an accomplished dancer and choreographer originally from Brooklyn who has appeared on the commercial dance world's leading stages such as MTV's The Grind, VH-1 80's Dance Party, VH-1 Fashion Awards and Lip Service. Her first job as an Executive Assistant at Sony Music sparked her interest in the commercial dance industry. James then became the lead choreographer for the NBA New Jersey Nets Dance Team and a principal dancer in the acclaimed Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See music video by Busta Rhymes. Her choreography credits include working with leading stars such as Beyoncé, Madonna, Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, Diddy-Dirty Money, The Pussycat Dolls, and The Spice Girls. Today, James teaches hip-hop at Broadway Dance Center, is on the faculty of Monsters of Hip-Hop Dance Convention, and teachers master classes not only in Los Angeles and Miami but also internationally. Additionally she is the Artistic Director/Choreographer of Rhapsody En Dance, Director/Creator of the multimedia cabaret show Siren Assassins, and Artistic Director of Motivating Excellence, a commercial dance training program.