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SHINOBI NINJA performs the song "FUN DAY" for BalconyTV.
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Shinobi Ninja is an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York. The band is known for high-energy performances and eclectic sound, blending music genres. They have two lead singers, male and female who use various singing techniques.
Prior to joining the band, Baby G was a professional dancer, performing for such artists as Rihanna, Santigold, Jason Derulo, Ricky Martin, Mylène Farmer, Cassie, P. Diddy, LL Cool J, Nelly, and Daddy Yankee. In 2006, she made an appearance in the video "Long Way To Go" by Cassie.
Meanwhile, Axis, Mike, and Dave were in a band called Stalley & The Wax Machine, which broke up in early 2008. Shinobi Ninja formed shortly afterward. Several members of the band met at a rehearsal and recording studio called Progressive Music in the Film Center Building in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan. Duke Sims, Jonny, and Mike worked at the studio, and Baby G took vocal classes there. In 2010, their original bass player Jonny left the band, and Alien Lex replaced him.
Of the six members of the band only Duke Sims and Alien Lex are originally from Brooklyn, both being born and raised in Bensonhurst. Lead singer Baby G is from Lawrence, Massachusetts. The twins, Mike and Dave are from Piermont, New York. Axis Powers is originally from Toronto, Canada
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