Pop dance music is a popular genre of popular music that originated in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It is typically uptempo and danceable, and is intended for nightclubs and contemporary hit radio. This genre is characterized by its soaring choruses and rhythmic beats. However, dance-pop is not exclusively for nightclubs.
Poppers dance to music with 90-120 beats per minute, and are often performed to a 4/4 time signature. The style is often mixed with other dance movements, such as hip-hop, and rap. In addition to this style, poppers also perform a robot-style, which imitates animatronic robots and adds a “hit” to their movements.
Pop dance evolved from commercialized music. The popularity of pop music in the 1990s led to a growing popularity for dance forms. This style of dancing is often easy to learn, with easy-to-follow lyrics. It has become one of the most popular forms of dance today. It has also become a popular style for parties and other social events.
Popping began in Fresno, California, during the 1960s. It was created by Boogaloo Sam, who taught his brother Popin’ Pete how to pop in his boogaloo group.