WATCH: New Video Fuses Chicago, Voguing, and Philly LGBTQ People of Color

Check out Kemar Jewel's "Vogue Ball Tango."

A scene from "Vogue Ball Tango."

A scene from “Vogue Ball Tango.”

Philly choreographer and performer Kemar Jewel dropped a new video last week that features a hot fusion of Broadway, tango, voguing, and ballroom culture with some familiar faces.

The new piece titled “Vogue Ball Tango” is inspired by the song “Cell Block Tango” from the hit musical Chicago. Fans of the show will realize the tune is the same, but the lyrics and style are obviously remixed quite dramatically. Possibly the coolest thing about the video is that the performers are all LGBTQ people of color, and Kemar confirmed for us that they all were involved in one way or the other with The Attic Youth Center.

You can watch the full video below, and if you’re so inclined to share the dance moves, use hashtags #VogueBallTango and #BitchIWasVoguing on social media.