Throughout the years, many popular dances have come and gone. Some dances have their origins in ancient civilizations, while others are inspired by music. All of these dances are characterized by a sensual form and energetic movement.
One of the most popular dances of the ’80s was voguing. It involved bouncing back and forth on your heels, spreading out your legs, and pretending to be Egyptian hieroglyphs. It was a way for people to relieve stress and celebrate while honoring their soldiers.
Another popular dance of the ’80s was the Thriller. This dance is very similar to the Electric Boogie. It is performed to a song by the Village People called “Y.M.C.A.” It was released in 1978.
Another dance that became popular in the ’80s was the running man. It is similar to the funk dance called “pop.” This dance involves quick relaxation of the muscles, which creates a jerk throughout the body.
The Moonwalk is another popular dance that became popular in the ’80s. It is a dance move that mimics the illusion of walking backwards. It is a popular move at weddings and school dances.
The ’80s also witnessed the rise of Hip-Hop dance styles. Hip-Hop is a combination of several dance styles. It is usually danced to music that consists of high-energy rhythms. Hip-Hop is one of the most popular dance forms in the present day.
Another dance craze that emerged in the ’80s was jacking. This dance involves bouncing back and forth on your heels, spread out your legs, and pretending to be a highly stylized model.