I wish to collaborate with art-related brands that connect to our roots: Zanx, dance influencer

For some, it is not just about gaining followers but a medium to showcase the talent to the world. Various influencers are exploring their niche and a dance-art influencer Zanx is one of them.

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Evolution has been a part and parcel of life and social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, are playing a pivotal role. They have made our lives more social and convenient. Creating content that engages followers and maintaining a social life is not that easy as it sounds. For some, it is not just about gaining followers but a medium to showcase the talent to the world. Various influencers are exploring their niche and a dance-art influencer Zanx is one of them.

Zanx is into Tribal Fusion Belly Dance and is a Dance art influencer on the Moj app. Here's a link to Zanx's profile on Moj and let's see what he has to say.

When and how did your passion for belly dancing begin?

At the beginning of my graduation years after watching Shakira's few songs, I always tried to do the same movements and I could do them with ease. When my graduation was about to end, I took formal training in the beginner level of Belly Dance and I wasn't allowed to dance at home, so I always practised watching my shadow covertly. During my post-graduation days, I saw Tribal Fusion Belly Dance and fell in love with it immensely. After completing my education, I started my career as
a Belly Dance instructor.

How does your journey as an influencer start and how's it going?

As an influencer, my journey started in 2019 when I decided to stay active on social media. After that COVID-19 came and during those lockdown days, I just focused on my video making and social media skills and learned about them through the internet. In September 2020, I created my account on Moj and within 40 days, my followers reached 100k. That turned out to be a huge motivation factor for me. Moj support played a major role in those hard times and I never stopped after that.

What are your three favourite tools for doing something your viewers care about?

I like to teach online, wear culturally rich attire and try to bring as many colours as possible in my attire, and dance to music from almost every genre.

What type of influencer you are?

I'm a dance art influencer. I make dance videos and majorly Tribal Fusion Belly Dance videos which is a subgenre of Belly Dance. I design, stitch and improvise my own costumes and I love to pour my creativity while creating videos. It's not just dancing for me, it's a revered art.

What are your memorable brand collaborations and which brand do you wish to collaborate with?

No brand collaborations yet. I wish to collaborate with art-related brands or silver jewellery brands that are connected to our roots, our transition and our culture.

Where do you wish to see yourself as an influencer in the coming years?

As an influencer, I wish to change the mindset of people. In the coming years, I wish to see a world where people see Belly Dance with respect and not just as entertainment, where it is defined by skills and not by attire.

How is it getting associated with the Moj app?

Moj app supported me in every possible manner. Their support motivated me so much to grow. Today I have 761k followers on Moj and it is going good. It's my first short video making an app where I grew this much.