A pair of Kiwi dancers are bossing up in an attempt to break into the music industry.

Brooke and Starce Oneill - better known as the Oneill Twins - have spent the past 15 years dancing and have already found success on the international stage, performing with Parris Goebel's famous Royal Family dance crew.

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The 22 year-olds have opened for Ciara and worked with the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Parris Goebel, Stan Walker, Vince Harder and Shapeshifter.


Last year, the pair starred in New Zealand's first hip-hop movie, Born to Dance and have since released covers of songs including Beyonce's Formation.

They've released their first official single, Boss As Chick, a party track filled with dancehall, pop and of course, hip-hop influences.

The twins spent time in Los Angeles and Sydney working with different producers and hit gold with Vince Harder, returning home to shoot the video in Auckland.

The song was written as a "dance anthem" to "empower women of all ages" and the idea behind the video was to show the twins battling with their different styles but ultimately to prove they are just as "boss" as each other.

Watch the Oneill Twins' Boss As Chick below: