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By;Jason
Break-dance/Tutting!!
History!!
Original breakdancing moves consisted mainly of fancy footwork and body freezes, with less intricate tricks such as head spinning. Dancers started adding smoother steps and body movements, forming a true dance style.
Breakdancing was born in response to James Brown's dance moves on television to his song "Get on the Good Foot." People tried to mimick Brown's moves alone in their living rooms and together at parties. Clive Campbell, known as DJ Kool,Herc, is credited with helping the breakdancing movement evolve.

Get to know James Brown!!
Breakdance history!!
Lesson
I hope you enjoyed and learned a lot about breakdancing&
Tutting!!
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