Many of our favorite movies from Hollywood like Step Up 3D base their stories on street dance, which involves a combination of hip hop, break dance, and the Melbourne Shuffle. The reason why street dance arose in popularity is that, unlike western classical dance, street dance allows more easy expression of feelings and emotions and is more challenging to achieve. As a result, the audience is wooed easily through the flexible moves of the dancers, and their free flow expressions. Not that hard to get addicted to the art, ain’t it so?
One of the best original street dance performances in Hollywood came from Eddies performance in Step Up 3D. Here is that clipping that leaves everyone cheering during the final scenes of the movie.
In The Movie, Step Up 3D, the final sequence has many forms of dance molded into street dance. The performances are extra-ordinary and no body would like to miss this one.
In Asia, street dance is incomplete without lyrics of the vernacular type. So here is a genuine advertisement of Ching’s sauce that used this version of street dance to promote itself in India. Remember Ranveer Chingg!?
If Bollywood ever had a star who could try street dancing, it would be Shahrukh. His entry with Baazigar in 1994 had a piece that baby sits street dancing in India. The song Kali Kali Ankhein proves his mettle.
However, street dance at its best is seen here where a face off happens. This great compilation of the face-off between Jinjo crew and Massive Monkees will leave your heart thumping with joy!!!.
We hope you enjoyed this collection of street dance feats from different cultures. Stay tuned for more fun!