Dancers Anonymous > Poppin and Lockin

Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by Pass It On, Nov 14, 2002.

  1. Pass It On

    Pass It On New Member

  2. Sean Boogie

    Sean Boogie New Member

    Why are you sending everyone to a porn site?
     
  3. DanceMentor

    DanceMentor Administrator

    Links do go bad sometimes. I edited the post and included some mirrors to the movie. I REALLY appreciate you letting me know about this, SeanBoogie.
     
  4. MissAlyssa

    MissAlyssa New Member

    looks like the guy from one of the first episodes of Dance Fever. 8)
     
  5. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    This is some cool stuff. Check it out.
     
  6. Swing Kitten

    Swing Kitten New Member

    That's freakin awesome!!
     
  7. d nice

    d nice New Member

    David from Santa Anna. His waving is unreal. He's better now, and the animating he does near the end of his piece, while good, is much better. Animating to me has always been the hardest thing in B-Boyin' to me.
     
  8. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    Don't tell me you know these people, too! :D :lol:

    I'm gonna come hang out with you. You've got a great network! Wow.

    Jenn
     
  9. d nice

    d nice New Member

    Only by association. Most of my hip hop conections are from back East.
     
  10. Swing Kitten

    Swing Kitten New Member

    Wow, this guy is BETTER now??? I would jump at the opportunity to catch a glimpse of that! yowsa!
     
  11. DanceMentor

    DanceMentor Administrator

    I've watched this thing a hundred times. i would love to see this guy again. Do you have any other info besides "David from Santa Ana"?
     
  12. Swing Kitten

    Swing Kitten New Member

    I thought on the video they said his name was Jason or possibly Nathan from Santa Ana. ??? I could be mistaken but that's what the crowd seemed to be shouting as he began his stuff.
     
  13. SwinginBoo

    SwinginBoo New Member

    That was unbelievable :!: :shock: :D
     
  14. d nice

    d nice New Member

    Nope David. Funny I can't remember his b-boy name, usually it is the other way.
     
  15. dancersdreamland

    dancersdreamland New Member

    :shock: :eek: "jaw to the floor"

    How????
     
  16. d nice

    d nice New Member

    Like any skill... lots of practice and dedication... and in this case a decent amount of raw freakish talent.
     
  17. dancergal

    dancergal New Member

    Whew!!!! That's amazing! Thanks for showing us. Very cool!!
     
  18. dancersdreamland

    dancersdreamland New Member

    How do you even begin to learn that skill? Is there a way to teach it...as in, is there a class somewhere? It just looks like a LOT of fun and almost like they don't have any bones in their body!
     
  19. pygmalion

    pygmalion Well-Known Member

    It's quite a hoot to try. Not that I'm any good at it, mind you, but I took hip hop lessons for a while. And, if nothing else, I got lots of laughs out of it! :shock: :lol: Seriously, though, the teacher I had was very good at doing it, not so good at breaking it down. I got my best "value" in terms of learning by hanging out in front of a mirror. For HOURS. And still, my moves look TINY and timid. Oh well. *sigh* But it should be a breeze for you, since you already do bellydancing. Very similar in my book. Lots of isolations.
     
  20. DanceMentor

    DanceMentor Administrator

    I can Pop and Lock as well as break dance. I learned many years ago. It's one of those skills that comes in handy about once per year. I have a short routine where I start out with some Pops and Lock and then do some footwork on the ground ending in a backspin. It's great at parties, especially when everybody is intoxicated and they weren't expecting it. My wife hides in the corner while the crowd go nuts (not sure if they are laughing with me or at me, but I don't really care as long as I get to do my routine once a year).
     

Share This Page