mBLOGTell us about your collaborative process. How does it work?
WAWhen we’re creating or even working with anyone — I’m good cop, she’s bad cop. I come from the freestyle world. I just go and we have sessions for hours. She comes from cheerleading, “everybody be perfect, be clean.” We kind of do the same thing where I’ll throw out a move and Janelle can be like, “Ok, that’s nice, but let’s make it perfect, let’s structure it.” And I’m like, “Let’s just go.” So, our process is very back and forth.
JGYea, we definitely approach things differently, but I think it’s the beauty about what the outcome is. Like he said, he’s a lot more fun and easygoing and I’m just a little more meticulous and crazy. At the end it’s a good blend. We need each other or else I would be in the studio for like 7 hours and be like, “I got three 8-counts done, but they’re perfect.”
WAYea and mine would not be put together at all.