Nigerian-born Ghanaian professional dancer, Endurance has indicated that the world of dancing located her and not vice versa.

Speaking to Giovanni Caleb on Showbiz 360 on Friday, July 14, the young professional dancer said that the dancing space found her three years ago.

“Dancing found me. I didn’t find dancing. That was 3 years ago. Dancing was looking for Endurance in the corners and it found me,” she stated.

According to the talented dancer, music was pivotal when it came to the dance routines she places out there which either came naturally or sometimes, she rehearsed them.

“Music has a very very huge role. I can’t explain it, I just flow. Sometimes, I put it out raw like that. Other times, I have to go back home, rehearse it and bring it to light,” she pointed out.

Born Endurance Dzigbordi Dedzo but popularly known as Endurance highlighted that DWP gets credit for projects they take up. She went ahead and gave examples.

“I feel like they give us(DWP) credit. We created Patek by Mr. Eazi and Overdose by Mavins in Nigeria,” she said.

Having been in the dancing space which forms part of the entertainment industry for 3 years, Endurance revealed that she has been able to grow her fan base globally.

“My audience right now apart from Ghana, is in Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and the US. I’ve touched South Africa and Dubai too,” she disclosed.