Since being with the former, their choreography has received both praise and criticism.
They own Nappytabs urban dancewear and have been working in the dance industry since 1996.
Tabitha and Napoleon started dating in 1994, but their professional partnership and dance career did not start until 1996 when they began teaching hip-hop classes together at the Las Vegas Athletic Club.
They continued to develop their dancewear line by breaking out of its previously online-only presence and opening a physical store location in 2010. They continued to establish themselves in television as choreographers for Madonna's Super Bowl halftime performance.
From television and concerts, their move into theater occurred gradually. By 2015, they had choreographed several K-pop music videos for artists such as TVXQ, EXO, and Bo A.
Aside from their choreography, creative direction, and dancewear line, Tabitha and Napoleon continue to teach hip-hop classes at dance studios and on the convention circuit.
They have also been involved with charity work for organizations that support the arts.
"Bleeding Love" was nominated for a 2009 Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography.
They continued creative directing several other concerts throughout the remainder of the year.They did not call themselves Nappytabs, and the word being a nickname to refer to both of them did not start until they became choreographers on So You Think You Can Dance.It was on this show that their lyrical hip-hop choreography style gained mainstream exposure.The word itself—Nappytabs—is a combination of Napoleon (Nappy) and Tabitha's (Tab) nicknames.Contrary to popular belief, the name 'Nappytabs' started as their clothing line first.Tabitha and Napoleon grew up on opposite coasts of the United States and met in the early 1990s as students at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.