Dance duo Ayo & Teo and Pro-Era members CJ Fly & Kirk Knight all graced the Highsnob NYC office last week for the final two episodes of “Pushing Buttons: The Mixer Edition,” in partnership with Xbox and livestreaming platform Mixer.

Their wild personalities shone through as our hosts Brian Farmer and Noah Thomas grilled the dance sensation on what life’s like as Internet pop stars while playing some of their favorite Xbox titles like NBA2K and FIFA.

They talk about butting heads often and even get their sneaker knowledge tested by seeing if they could tell the difference between real and fake Yeezys. Meanwhile Pro-Era members Kirk and CJ got loose and belted out some embarrassing tunes.

Peep the recaps above, and while the series is over for now, remember you can always catch each full hour-long episode only at our Mixer channel.

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