Simone Swift was born in 1990 Chicago Ill, but raised in San Diego. She has been dancing since she was 6 years old in various styles. She was first trained at Paradies Hills Christian Academy in ballet, tap, and jazz. She later continued her training at San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts.
Once she graduated High School, Simone started training in Hip Hop at Grossmont College. From there, she joined a scholarship program at Culture Shock Dance Center and later began dancing with their professional Troupe as well as teaching Intermediate Hip Hop & Cardio Hip Hop.
In 2013, she became the Asst Director of Future Shock San Diego and played the role of the Rat Queen in Culture Shock's "Hip Hop Nutcracker". Today, Simone is the Head Director of Future Shock and still steals their Nutcracker show each year with her Rat Queen performance.
After becoming a director she continued on her new found love and path of teaching younger ages and became the dance coach at Torrey Pines High School in 2014. In 2017 she started her own dance company for Hip Hop International called Supremacy- with sub groups, Fempire, Savage Kings, and Imperium.
Simone has been a Back-Up Dancer for the artist Baby Bash and has danced in several music videos with a variety of pop artists including Flo Rida and Far East Movement. Dancing is Simone's exercise, her passion and most importantly, her fun. She dances to inspire and to be inspired, in hopes that she will always be remembered for doing what she loves most and for the impact she left on others.
Simone recently welcomed a new addition to her family in 2016 and is the proud Mama of her baby girl, Marley.