This video and overally the whole channel behind it, is owned by the most famous cwalker around the internet. Most of his recent videos have upped contrast/brightness which gives the light and very likeable feel. I'm sure you will love him!
Like a scene from Inception, professional hip hop dancer and choreographer Scotty Nguyen's latest video plays with gravity to the tune of Usher’s “There Goes My Baby.” Scotty performs with fellow professional dancer Tracy Shibata (who is currently on tour with Rihanna).
Turf dancing (Acronym: Taking Up Room on the Floor) is a form of street dance of similar vein to krumping. Basic dance elements include mimeing and popping & locking; and the free-flowing style is intended to portray a narrative- not totally unlike Gene Kelly's intention in Singin' In the Rain: In contrast to the classic 50's musical, the talented kids below bring a similar concept into the 21st century, and their performance is strikingly beautiful.
Janelle Monáe is simply in a class of her own. Genre-bending beats, distinctive fashion sense (à la the fabulous Grace Jones), and sweet dance moves to boot. Whether or not Monáe falls within your musical realm, you've gotta admit: the tiny five-foot-tall singer is chock full of infectious energy and exceptional talent.
It is Saturday. Party. Dance. I have wanted a tutorial/breakdown of the booty dance for more than a year. Hell, I did not even know what to call the move before this video entered my life.
When President Obama mimics your move, it's gold. Beyoncé's iconic Single Ladies dance has made history in a bevy of ways. For months, it has hovered atop the Billboard charts.
In case anybody's been under a Beyoncé-proof rock for the last month, the (internet) world is forever changed by the Single Ladies... and in many ways, me.
OMG!!! Shane. You go girl! Shane Mercado is a viral video phenom. He dances to Beyoncé's 'Single Ladies' without missing a beat... and in a single take! Yes, B gets dozens of cuts, but Shane's webcam never pauses.
Popping is a form of hip-hop. Imagine a dance that's part Mr Roboto, part pelvis spasm.