'Step Up: High Water' Season 2: Travis Wall And Other Dance Legends To Guest Star
In a couple of days, fans are about to see Step Up: High Water Season 2 back to the small screen after the show received a renewal last year. Viewers will once again see their favorite stars' moves and talents as they tackle Travis Wall's choreography.
According to Dance Spirit, Step Up: High Water Season 2 will be featuring the choreography of the So You Think You Can Dance legend Travis Wall. In the behind-the-scenes video created by the 31-year-old dancer himself, it showed a spectacular injected by hip-hop moves and music that made the contemporary phenomenon lived outside the box.
From the looks of it, Wall revealed powerful dance storytelling on Step Up: High Water Season 2 that has become his signature. Aside from tackling and featuring his antics, fans should also keep their eyes open to see his possible cameo.
Step Up: High Water Season 2's new music will be taking center stage as the series regular Ne-Yo, who plays the role of Sage, wrote three original songs, including "Genesis." The 39-year-old star, who is also one of the prominent names in the series, portrays the character of a megastar entertainer and artist who is about to kick off his world tour this season.
Vents Magazine reported the song "Genesis" would be Sage's opening number on Step Up: High Water Season 2 that reflects his life's journey as he becomes a superstar. With a classic sound, the tune will take fans from the past to the present.
Step Up: High Water Season 2 is based on the Step Up franchise that chronicles the world of hip-hop dance. The cast shows off their talents on the streets and prestigious art schools. They also compete to display the hottest dance moves in an effort to be number one.
Aside from Ne-Yo, other series regulars like Naya Rivera and Faizon Love will return to Step Up: High Water Season 2 to reprise their roles as Collette Jones and Al, respectively. Ashley Greene, Robin Givens, and Jeremy Copeland will also join the series, per Deadline.
Fans will also see the multi-platinum recording artist and entrepreneur Rick Ross to guest star on Step Up: High Water Season 2 as himself. Todrick Hall and JaQuel Knight, who will choreograph Episode 3, will also make a cameo as themselves.
Step Up: High Water Season will be composed of 10 episodes, running for an hour each. The web series was shot in Atlanta, GA, and would hit the web on March 20 on YouTube Premium.