Words to describe Prince Alonzo: BOLD, determined, ambitious, noticed, courageous, innovative, and inspiring.  He believes his life purpose is to impact, influence, and inspire the world.  He’s already doing that.

Prince Alonzo grew up in Midwest’s Rockford, IL.  Despite an early rocky start, at the age of thirteen he discovered his passion for entertainment by doing Michael Jackson impersonations. The response from this changed his life. In high school he was selected for the Creative and Performing Arts Program where he studied theatre and dance.   In the summer he was accepted for the Rockford Area Arts Council’s dance apprenticeship- These two programs gave him formal training in Ballet, Modern and Jazz dance techniques.

When he was fifteen, Prince Alonzo founded his own hip hop dance team, “Fatally Unique”. The rehearsals began in his basement, and within five years the team won national competitions on television’s BET, and made it to the semi-finals of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”. His hometown took notice, and the Mayor honored the team with a Proclamation, and the Rockford Dance Company Director approached Alonzo with a request to collaborate on choreographing a new dance for “Rite of Spring”. BOLD MOVES, a fusion of ballet and hip hop premiered in the Spring of 2013. That summer Alonzo was set to transfer from Chicago’s Columbia College to American Music and Dramatic Academy in LA to finish his degree in dance . . . . . And then, everything changed.

In business, the adage is when something works for you, stay with it.  Dance was making him successful, but his real dream was to be a singer.  Prince Alonzo was doing motivational presentations and encouraging young people to follow dreams, but he was scared to follow his own. Then he met Joseph Pearson, from Platinum Towers Entertainment.  Prince Alonzo sang for him, and Joseph said he was already a star and began treating him like one. Within three months of making Joseph his new manager, Alonzo headlined at a regional Music Festival. Then they headed into the studio and recorded a few songs, including his hit single “Prince of Rock”. That’s when China noticed. In June 2013 Prince Alonzo, accompanied by four dancers, boarded a plane at O’Hare International Airport for his first tour in China. As of this writing, he is on his third international tour.  Prince Alonzo sings, dances and astounds sold out audiences. Selling out 75 Shows, 50 Cities, in 60 days over a 3 month tour in all of Northern & Southern China.  Stay Tuned . .


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Past Shows

27 Feb 2015 PrinceAlonzo Qingdao, China LIV Club LIV Club
20 Feb 2015 PrinceAlonzo Dalian, China CLUB TBA CLUB TBA
18 Feb 2015 PrinceAlonzo Zhengzhou, China Rain Club Rain Club
14 Feb 2015 PrinceAlonzo Nanchang, China Muse Club Muse Club
12 Feb 2015 PrinceAlonzo YueYang, China Soho Club Soho Club
11 Feb 2015 PrinceAlonzo Ganzhou, China NO8 Club NO8 Club
10 Feb 2015 PrinceAlonzo Chenzhou, China 88 Club 88 Club
31 Jan 2015 PrinceAlonzo Shanghai, China Club M2 Club M2


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AGT Audition Advice from Prince

Sooooo Americas Got Talent will be auditioning in Chicago next weekend and ive literally had about 15 different people in Chicago and in my hometown (Rockford) contact me asking me if i think they should go. Some have asked if i can give them advice and many other questions. With that being said…Ill answer this question for all of you to see so even the people too afraid to message me can read too…

1st…I think all of you should go! Whether you sing, dance, rap, or hula hoop its all about getting the audition experience. Remove your mind from the pressure of making the show and keep it on going for the experience and networking. Most of my best industry friends i have met in line at auditions. Now here is where we get deep. Gods plan and pre-written destiny for you is the only thing that will go forth at the end of the day. Making the show should only be in Gods hands. This also means that your purpose of going to this audition may not be for you to make the show. It may be to meet somebody, to see something and leave inspired, to learn something that day that you can take with you the rest of your career. I need people to stop thinking that a TV show is the only way to see your dreams. THIS IS FALSE. I actually hate what these TV shows have done because it has made a lot of upcoming talent lazy. Wanting to take the easy route for an overnight come up. I can list so many celebrities that have never competed on a talent television show before. Understand that the most relevant people in this industry didn’t make it like that and ill leave it at that. I know for upcoming talent in my hometown it was inspiring to see us on the show but it wasn’t as easy as we made it look. Fatally Unique did not make Americas Got Talent because we were good. We made it because from the beginning God had made it clear that the show was apart of our destiny and we were meant to be there. Thousands upon thousands audition for this show. Talent is just not how you make it anymore. A story for television, being bold/different, and DIVINE DESTINY is how you make it. There is no way that we could have made that show without God. So i say this to say…Go for the experience! NETWORK and have fun! Leave the rest in Gods hands. As far as my advice for what you should do… My answer is the same for everyone. Understand that these people have LITERALLY SEEN IT ALL…You need to figure out what makes you different. Don’t make up some sorry explanation. REALLY SEARCH deep within yourself, your story, & your talent. WHAT MAKES YOU DIFFERENT? BE BOLD, CONFIDENT, AND FOCUSED…Getting nervous in auditions doesn’t work anymore…

Hope this helps guys!
Best of luck to everyone!
PrinceAlonzo <3 Xoxoxo!

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