Bust a Move: Dance Crazes We Loved and Still Do

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Da Dip
The directions were simple: “I put my hand up on your hip, when I dip you dip we dip.” Now there were different variations of it (keep your butt low or in the air), but if you got confused, that was your own fault. When it came out of the blue in ’96 with its creeper beat played out by Freak Nasty himself, it was in fact the favorite joint “of all the girls in the world.” Or at least when they were in the club. While the dance didn’t have the staying power of other classics, it was revived for a recent, popular Bing commercial.

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