If you need to add life to a party or you just need to blow off some steam after a long day at work, just break out some songs with dance steps. These 16 selections, spanning from the '50s to the 21st century, will get your get feet sliding and your hips twisting. The hip hop dance song Watch Me by Silento became a huge hit in when people around the world began uploading videos of themselves doing the dance steps in the song. Silento instructs listeners to whip it, nae nae, do the stanky leg, break their legs, bop, yule, do the Superman, and duff in roughly that order. Although this hit doesn't describe every dance step, it was written as a line dance and it gives instructions for the biggest steps: "heel, toe, dosey doe," and "get down, turn around," which reminds dancers what moves to do during the most active part of the dance during the chorus. It's no surprise this song has become a legendary country line dance. Most people learn this fun and catchy dance song as kids in settings such as roller skating rinks, but still love it as adults. Luke's popular hip hop song Raise The Roof was released in The song's dance instructions allow free dance during the verses with a few cues including slide to the left and slide to the right , but in each chorus the singer gives specific instructions to put your hands up and "raise the roof. Cha-Cha Slide by DJ Casper was released in as a funky hip hop aerobics song with great call-to-dance cues that got big in the s.
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When it comes to social distancing, people tend to fall into two different camps. Some are using the next few weeks to be productive by, say, acquiring a new skill or getting in shape, while others are taking the opportunity to indulge in guilty pleasure TV and raid their pantry free of shame. Now, an activity has emerged that will appease both the productive and passive parties: learning popular TikTok choreography. Whether you're completely obsessed with the app guilty as charged or have yet to experience its surreal magic, there's a dance for you.
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If social distancing has finally inspired you to download TikTok, the social-media app dominated by Gen Z , congratulations! Just as the currency of early Instagram was photos of latte art, the currency of TikTok right now is 15 to 30 second dances. The pros — in this case, teen or something dancers — make up choreography, and sometimes it catches on, inspiring other people to upload their own versions. Even Hailey and Justin Bieber are doing them. If those words mean nothing to you, take a deep breath, get into something comfy, and check out the ten dances below, ranked from easiest to borderline impossible. A quick note on the medium: Audio is central to TikTok. Instead of passing around photos or jpeg formats, the sounds get used over and over.
Do you ever watch someone dance and wonder how they come up with moves so easily? Dance is a form of expression, not a military drill, but great dancers often master a specific set of moves that they can fall back on again and again. Here are 10 basic dance moves you can learn in minutes and use every time you wanna bust a move. When I first started dancing at parties, the 2 Step was the first move that truly came naturally to me. If you're looking for something foolproof that allows you to just groove and enjoy the music Holding your breath will make your body look stiffer, while breathing through the move allows your body to look relaxed and smooth. Since the locking arm motion is so sharp and pronounced, use the Woah to accent the heaviest bass beats in your favorite songs.