An amazing dance video from the Jazz band Sons of Kemet showcasing the South African dance style of pantsula! Enjoy!
I’ve got nothing smart to say. It’s just so beautiful. Watch it now.
Beautiful salsa dance from Oliver Pineda & Kate Gutnichenko. It’s got a lot of musicality fused in it and both dancers make everything look so smooth and effortless. This is a great dance to showcase On 2 because it’s very apparent that the breaks sync with the open slaps on the conga. It’s a dance that makes the dancers forget where they are because they’re hopelessly lost and present in the music.
Sensual and romantic. This is what salsa can do to you!
Pure brilliance and beauty. Lots of class and love in this choreography by Keone Madrid & Mari Martin. You can feel the joy and happiness bouncing off their bodies!
Check it out 🙂
Check out this video of On2 Mambo World Champions David Zepeda & Paulina Posadas at the 2015 edition of Salsa on St. Clair in Toronto!
They dance with such effortless grace and precision. It’s crazy how easy and smooth they make everything look. And how on-time and MUSICAL it is. They incorporate dance as a form of storytelling and it’s obvious how much more effective a performance is when it’s not just a mash-up of “super-difficult moves” but an emotional tale of awesome exhibited through dance.
That “mi Amor” and cheeky kiss at 1:17 is EXACTLY what I’m talking about!
Check it out. World Class performance level salsa.
I can’t believe I only just discovered the beastly Queen of Polyswagg Parris Goebel. She’s an amazing choreographer and dancer who puts 140% personality and attitude into her dances. Her dances are full of power, control and grace. And a few bucketfuls of effortless cool.
This dance showcases Parris Goebel and her crew’s interpretative and unique ways of dancing. Each dancer injects elements of their own personality into the choreo and it’s a beautiful blend of technique + emotion.
You know it, you know it.
I can’t freaking believe how good this choreo is or how DAMN FIRE these dancers are! Tricia Miranda’s choreography is on point as always.
Three seconds in and it’s shivers all around. That girl in the middle (Jade Chynoweth) is an absolute BEAST. The expressions. Body language. Attitude.
If you need some sass in your life. Watch this. Now.
Don’t say I didn’t warn ya.
Love this song, cinematography and dance by Brian Puspos and crew! Love the Quentin Tarantino-esque gas station setting and cowboy vibes.
Clean dancing and tons of fun. Highlights include the contrast between quick sharp movements and chill-slow. And that gun motion at 2:19! wooo!
As always, Brian is on POINT with top notch lyricism and character. You can’t help but enjoy how much he feels the tune and dance!
I can’t remember if I’ve already posted this one but if I have it’s worth watching twice. Nay, THREE TIMES (or more!) Beautiful choreography to Mavado’s Dancehall tune Come Into My Room. Laure absolutely KILLS it. Pure attitude and incredible body control.
Her routine oozes sex and character.
Yeah, she’s DANGEROUS.
Love this choreography and this crazy catchy tune. Yes, watching this vid spawned many hours combing through African music videos on Youtube. I love how this crew demonstrates some of the popular dance styles present in Africa today. Bring any of these moves onto the dancefloor and you’ll be FIRE HOT!
Of the different styles, which is your favourite? I love them all – it’s the attitude and character that really spices up the moves. Alkayida and Ngololo have got to be my top ones.
Now to dance!