Popular dances are dance moves that have become famous because of their popularity in the world. They often involve a combination of a number of dance styles, and often feature popular music.
The most popular dances are jazz, ballet and modern dance. These three dance styles are all high energy and have a lot of different influences. They are also very easy to learn and can be performed by people of all ages and abilities.
Crank That – Soulja Boy (video)
In 2006, Soulja Boy released his debut single called “Crank That,” which soon became the biggest dance fad since the Macarena more than a decade earlier. The song’s fun, semi-instructional dance moves quickly had people of all ages and nationalities doing the Superman pose with their hands cranking like they were on motorcycles.
Cha-Cha Slide – DJ Casper (video)
The Cha-Cha Slide is a dance that is popular at weddings, birthday parties, bar mitzvahs and workout classes. The dance originated in 1976 as a song by Neville “Bunny Wailer” Livingston, and it soon became a staple of nightclubs and DJs around the world.
Monster Mash – Bobby Pickett (video)
The Monster Mash is a simple and quick dance that requires little footwork, and it’s a good choice for a Halloween party. It’s often accompanied by a Halloween-themed song and is one of the most commonly seen dances at costume parties across the country.
Memphis Jookin – G-Nerd, Lil Black and LaShonte (video)
The Memphis Jookin is a hip-hop line dance that emerged in the 1990s in West Tennessee. It’s a fast, energetic dance that involves jumping and sliding. It is a favorite among hip-hop artists and is often featured in rap videos.