Prince Dube is a 27-year-old multi-talented dancer/choreographer/fitness trainer/TV host born and raised in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
Where did your passion for dancing come from?
I used to watch a lot of Usher and Michael Jackson when I was younger. It was when I saw Chris Brown dance for the first time that I really got a serious passion for dancing.
Tell us more about your marketing/fitness/TV host work and how did all that come about?
I’ve always wanted to do all these when I was younger, I just didn’t know where and how to start. So, when my dancing grew, I also gained the confidence to go for it. I do marketing for companies like Astrum technology Zimbabwe, Ster Kinekor Bulawayo and Pro Active Gym just to name a few. I also have a TV Talk Show that’s currently in production. Fitness training is compulsory when you are a dancer, so I thought why not turn it into a business. I now have a dance and fitness class called Move with AV at Pro Active Gym.
If you had to pick one thing to do for the rest of your life what would it be?
That’s a hard one but I’d have to go with Dancing it was my first love.
What led to the creation of Antivirus Clique and what is it about?
We all started off as rivals, always battling each other on the street corners in Byo. We decided to do a few shows together and see where it would take us, and we have been growing ever since. Antivirus is not only about dance anymore, we now do different things but all under one umbrella which is AV.
Who have been your favourite people to work with and who would you like to work with in the future?
My favoutites are Arthur C Evans, Lee McHoney, John Cole they have great energies. I definitely want to work with Chris Brown one day.
Which creatives inspire you the most and why them?
Internationally it’s Will Smith, Chris Brown because they never stop working. There’s nothing they can’t do they are always pushing forward no matter how hard life hits them. Locally, it has to be the team around me, I’ve never met harder working creatives.
How have you been doing to keep yourself entertained during the lockdown?
I’ve been doing a lot of Instagram Live Dance work outs with different dancers and artists, if not that then I’m on Netflix.
What is your motto in life?
Everything happens for a reason, good or bad the universe is never wrong or late.
How would you like to be remembered?
I just want to be an inspiration to someone; I may not be the one to change the world, but I’d love to inspire the young minds that will.
Where can people find your work?
You can find most stuff here: