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Street Dance and Hip-hop Dance Styles

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STREET DANCE & HIP-HOP DANCE STYLES
STREET & HIP-HOP DANCE STYLES
STREET & HIP-HOP DANCE STYLES
STREET & HIP-HOP DANCE STYLES
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Street dance
refers to dance styles that have evolved outside of dance studios.
It is performed in
streets, dance parties, parks, school yards, or in any available space.

It is often improvisational and social in nature, encouraging interaction and content with spectators and other dancers.
A full street dance is a collection of the various similar dance moves and styles collected into one practice and regarded as the same dance.

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Hip –hop
is a cultural movement best known for its impact on music in the form of the musical genre of the same name.
It has its origins in the Bronx, in New York City, during the 1970s, mostly among African Americans and some influence of Latin Americans.
Hip –hop culture is composed of the pillars such as DJ-ing, raping, break dancing, and graffiti art.
Hip – hop music incorporates a number of iconic elements, most notably DJing and raping, along with things like beat boxing, sampling, juggling beats on turntables.
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STREET DANCE
HIP-HOP CULTURE
STREET DANCE STYLES
HIP-HOP DANCE STYLES
ORIGIN OF HIP-HOP
B-BOYING
B-boying or breaking , also called
break dancing
, is a style of street dace and the first hip–hop dance style that originated among Black and Puerto Rican youths in New York City during the early 1970s. A practitioner of this dance is called a b-boy, b-girl, or breaker.

Four Movements:

Top rock
- footwork-oriented steps performed while standing up

Down rock
- footwork performed with both hands and feet on the floor

Freezes
- stylish poses done on your hands

Power moves
- comprise full-body spins and rotations that give the illusion of defying gravity
POPPING
Popping was popularized by Samuel
Boogaloo
Sam Solomon and his crew the Electri Boogaloos.
It is based on the technique of quickly contracting and relaxing muscles to cause a jerk in a dancer’s body.
LOCKING
Locking or campbellocking, was created by Don Cam bullock Cam bell in 1969 in Los Angeles, California.
It was popularized by his crew The Lockers.
Locking can be identified by its distinctive stops.
It is usually performed by stopping the fast movement that you are doing, locking, dancers hold their positions longer.
KRUMPING
Krumping is a form of dancing that originated in the African-American community of South Central Los Angeles, California and is a relatively new form of the “Urban” Black dance movement.
It is free, expressive and highly energetic.
Most people paint their faces in different designs.
Krumping is a dance style releasing anger.
STREET & HIP-HOP DANCE STYLES
TUTTING
It is a creative way of making geometric shapes forming right angle using your body arts.
The style was originally practiced by young funk dancers.
It is derived from the positions people were drawn in during the days of the Ancient Egyptians.
STREET & HIP-HOP DANCE STYLES
SHUFFLING
The Melbourne Shuffle (also known as Rocking or simply The Shuffle ) is a rave and club dance that originated in the late 1980s in the underground rave music scene in Melbourne, Australia.
The basic movements in the dance are a fast heel-and-toe action with a style suitable for various types of electronic music.
STREET & HIP-HOP DANCE STYLES
Waacking
is an African American form of street dance originating from the 1970’s disco era of the underground club scenes in Los Angeles and New York City.
Waacking consists of stylized posing and fast synchronized arm movements to the best of the music.
Today, waacking is a popular element of hip-hop dance.
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