Dance Your Way Into New Marc Mysterio Video

Marc Mysterio has teamed up with Dizzy from Dragon House and DubSteppers.org to gives fans a chance to create their own dance videos and maybe win a chance to be featured dancers in a music video.

Last week, the site premiered a new video featuring Dizzy dancing to a Mark Instinct remix of Mysterio's track "Everything Is All Wrong."

"I've always like the feel of the song and I live and dance to inspire," Dizzy tells us about how his clip will now be inspiring others to make their own videos.

Mysterio adds, "I've always had a passion for bass music, even back in 2008 with the breaks mix of 'Roll Wit It' which even crossed over to radio on BBC Radio 1 and elsewhere, so I think its dope that the scene has blown up like this so that we can share our music and inspire world class performers like Dizzy to make his own videos with the track, and in turn many others to make their own!"

Dubsteppers.org editor Damon Drummond had this to say, "I've always been a fan of how people express themselves through music and dancing, and I've loved Marc Mysterio's song for some time -- and he has shown a five year track record of pushing bass music to the mainstream starting with 'Roll Wit It' in 2008, so its only natural to support him and Dizzy in this latter endeavor as so to bring more attention to dubstep and the authenticity of the fanbase of this genre!"

Ready to dance and maybe win a spot in the video? Check out all the details and watch Dizzy's video for inspiration here.

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