How to dance like omarion

Breaking Down Omarion's Supreme Dance Moves & Body Intellect (PHOTOS)

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The Lord Of The Dance once said, “I am not an egomaniac like a lot of people say. But I am the world’s best dancer.” 

But my question is to the Lord Of The Dance, are you the world’s SUPREME best dancer? 

If you missed Omarion’s dance sequence on last night’s BET Hip-Hop Awards, my GAWD you lost. 

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Omarion’s dance interpretation could be compared to a mash up between a ballerina meets twinkle toes, splashed with a little Rich Forever holy ghost. 

I totally respect Omarion’s art, but I couldn’t help but laugh, laugh really hard. There was something about watching Omarion seem so eager to pirouette around a shirtless Rick Ross, that had me praying for it all to end. 

According to Omarion’s tweet last night, “you suckas got served. ” 

Although most of us our laughing now, there are a few dance lovers who want to master Omarion’s body intellect, so I decided to offer a How-To guide to Mastering Maybach O’s Body Intellect: 

1. Bend & Stretch– Before performing any supreme dance moves, one must properly prepare their body to do “supreme” sh*t, so make sure you breathe, stretch, and shake (doing the dougie will suffice if one cannot complete all three). 

2. Bikram Yoga– Warning if you have a perm IMMEDIATELY skip to step #3, if not, make sure you hit up at least one class. For all of you who don’t know what Bikram Yoga is, it’s basically “Hot Yoga.” Asians have been doing it for mad long and if you haven’t noticed, they “be killin” America’s Best Dance Crew

3. Begin warming up to the classic American fiddle “Skip To Ma Lou.” – Omarion had the skip on lock, this is an essential element to mastering one’s body intellect, if one cannot master the skip, one will never become a supreme dancer.  

4. Remove 4 Ribs– I hope you don’t think a supreme dancer can possess supreme movement linguistics with all their ribs. Remove a couple ribs and watch yourself fly. 

5. Watch The Karate Kid – You cannot master every dance move in the world like Omarion did in under 5.6 seconds without watching The Karate Kid and learning some ninja shit from Mr. Miyagi at least 10 times. Watch and learn. Sensei’s know shit. Pay attention. 

6. Stay Focused – Being one with the dance floor takes a lot of focus. Focus your attention on movements like body rolling, it will make your “movement linguistics” more fluid. 

7. Get Ya Light Feet Going – “Getting light” looks easy, but it’s not. Practice getting light by tap dancing or clogging.  

8. Pop That– When all else fails and the technicality of body intellect becomes overwhelming, revert to putting your hands up on your knees and your bows on your thighs. It always works. Trust.  

9. Serve It Up– Supreme dancers never get served. You do not, I repeat, do not, want a dude who looks like Raz B telling you “you got served.” 

10. Lil Saint– This is the last and final rule to mastering Maybach O’s Body Intellect. Make sure you remember everything you do is for Lil Saint and only Lil Saint. The lil homie ain’t die for no reason, so dance motherf*cker. (If this statement is over your head, see You Got Served for point of reference).

If, and only if, one follows all of these dance steps will you subsequently have the body intellect of 1,000 Maybach O’s. 

Always remember, keep it cute and pop THAT when all else fails. 

~Brittany Lewis 

Brittany Lewis is the Music Editor at GlobalGrind and a Howard University Alumna. Brittany considers herself seasoned on all the pop culture ish that matters. Follow her on Twitter @Buttercup_B.  

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In order to achieve their dream of opening a recording studio, two friends (Omarion, Houston) must first win their city's dance contest -- a fierce competition that pits them against a group... Read allIn order to achieve their dream of opening a recording studio, two friends (Omarion, Houston) must first win their city's dance contest -- a fierce competition that pits them against a group of tough street dancers.In order to achieve their dream of opening a recording studio, two friends (Omarion, Houston) must first win their city's dance contest -- a fierce competition that pits them against a group of tough street dancers.





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    You Got Swerved

    The catchphrase to this move is:

    If you want respect, you've got to take it?

    Indeed, and let me add:

    If you want a good movie, you've got to make it.

    I did indeed get served. I big plate of PoopKababs.

    I'm a big fan of the dancing. I spent many a night during my youth, glued in front of the tele, watching Solid Gold. Now that show had some dynamite dancing. And the costumes. Lordy! Lordy! Lordy! The dancing on this movie makes me think the choreographer was a 15 year old pimply faced chump named Herbert. Julia Styles is a better dancer than these kids. So is Urkel.

    Would it have killed them to have some tap dancing? Maybe some Savion Glover? Now that dude can dance.

    A plot line wouldn't have hurt either. Footloose is like Casablanca compared to this "film".

    The only dancing I did, was on my way out of the theater, and into a better movie. ie. any movie.



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    • Feb 4, 2004


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    Omarion -

    Omari Ishmael Grandberry , born in Inglewood, California. and better known as Omarion (pronounced oma-ri-onne), is an African-American RnB singer, dancer, actor, songwriter, record producer, founder of 2 Much and former vocalist of the boy band B2K.


    • 1 Music
    • 2 Cinema
    • 3 letters
    • 4 Discography
      • 4.1 Albums
      • 4.2 Singles
      • 4.3 Singles in duets
    • 5 Filmography
    • 6 Notes and references
    • 7 External links


    In 2001, Omarion became the lead singer of the hip-hop/R&B boy band B2K. The group consists of four members: Omarion himself, Jarell J-Bug , DeMario One-B Thornton and Dre Lil Fizz Frederick. The group released their debut album B2K , but their second, Pandemonium , was a big hit and made it into the top ten on the Billboard 200, giving them a top 1- and spot with Bump Bump Bump . Following their third album, Street Dancers soundtrack, B2K announce their separation.

    About a year later, Omarion released his first solo album, O . In the same year, he made a guest appearance on the song Let Me Hold You by Lil' Bow Wow which peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100: This was Omarion's first top 10 single as a solo artist.

    In Omarion releases his second album, 21 , a track representing his age at the time of recording, although he was 22 before the album's release. Entourage , the first single from the album, peaked at number 58- and on the Billboard Hot 100.

    Omarion tours with Ciara, Yung Joc, Ne-Yo, Usher, Lloyd, Mario, Pretty Ricky, Jibbs, Ashik and other singers and rappers.

    The second single Ice Box , produced by Timbaland, became his biggest hit until 2008, peaking at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

    Omarion changed label to Mosley Music Group, founded by Timbaland, but left him in to sign with Maybach Music Group, label of Rick Ross.

    Money Bags is part of StarWorld: Money Bags, the first artist signed to Omarion StarWorld , who doesn't stop however, announced on Twitter that a new sound featuring Omarion called The Ratchet Anthem is coming very soon.


    In early 2004, Omarion starred in several films including Street Dancers in which he starred alongside Marquis Houston and former members of B2K. Despite poor reviews, the film grossed $40 million worldwide.

    In the same year we can see him in the movie " Fat Albert" based on cartoon " T'as l'bonjour" by Albert .

    Omarion also appears in Somebody Help Me with Marquez Houston and later in Feel the Noise , produced by Jennifer Lopez.

    In 2014, he co-starred on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood along with his ex-girlfriend April Jones, former B2K member Lil Fizz, and rappers Ray J and Soulja Boy and their mates.


    Omarion wrote his autobiography O , released in 2005, in which he talks about his life since childhood, from gang membership to film career, including his adventure as a member of B2K, in which he, among other things, gives reasons for separation. .



    • 2005 : O
    • 2006 : 21
    • 2007: Face Off (Bow Wow and Omarion album)
    • 2010: Ollusion (album)
    • 2011: Awakening (mixtape)
    • 2012 : Service package (Mixtape)
    • 2013 : Service Pack 2 (Mixtape)
    • 2014 : Sex Playlist
    • 2015 : Service Pack 3 (Mixtape)
    • 2017 : Service Pack 4 (Mixtape)


    • 2005 : O
    • 2005 : Touch
    • 2005 : I'm trying
    • 2006 : Entourage
    • 2006: Ice Box
    • 2007 : End time
    • 2007: Slam (feat. Chris Brown & Bow Wow)
    • 2007: Girlfriend (featuring Bow Wow)
    • 2007: Hello Baby (Jump Off) (featuring Bow Wow)
    • 2009: I Get It (featuring Gucci Mane)
    • 2010 : Sweatshirt (featuring Jay Rock)
    • 2010: Acceleration
    • 2010: Speedin (feat. Orian Wilson) (co-written with Omarion & Munir Belheer) (Remix)
    • 2011: Untouchables
    • 2012: Let's Talk (featuring Rick Ross)
    • 2012: MIA (feat. Wale)
    • 2013: Rai
    • 2013 : Know Yourself Better (featuring Fabulous & Pusha T)
    • 2014: Post to Be (feat. Chris Brown & Jene Aiko)
    • 2014: I'm Up (feat. Kid Ink & French Montana)
    • 2014: I'm Sayin' (featuring Rich Homie Quan)
    • 2017 : Distance
    • 2017 : W4W (Word 4 Word)
    • 2017 : Reasons
    • 2018 : Nudes

    Singles in duets

    • 2005: Let me hold you (Lil 'Bow Wow feat. Omarion)
    • 2007: Best Man (C. Smith feat. Omarion)
    • 2007: End of Time (Kat DeLuna feat. Omarion)
    • 2007: Girlfriend (Lil' Bow Wow feat. Omarion)
    • 2009: Get It (Gucci Mane feat. Omarion)
    • 2009: Comfort (Lil Wayne feat. Omarion)
    • 2010: Speedin (Remix) (Oryan Wilson feat. Omarion)
    • 2012: Slow (Koda Kumi feat. Omarion)
    • 2012: Restraint ([M$ney Bags] feat. Omarion)
    • 2012: Airbound (211 featuring Omarion)
    • 2012: Between sheets (Micahfonecheck featuring Omarion)
    • 2012: Let's Talk (Rick Ross featuring Omarion)
    • 2012: MIA (Wail featuring Omarion)
    • 2012: This Thing Of Ours (Wail featuring Rick Ross, Nas and Omarion)
    • 2012: Zenith (Wail featuring Stally, Rick Ross and Omarion)
    • 2012: Ice Cold (Rick Ross feat. Omarion)
    • 2014: Lament (La Fouine feat. Omarion)
    • 2015: Fakin (Diggie Simmons featuring Ty Dolla Sign and Omarion)


    • 2004: Street dancers (you were served) (David)
    • 2004: The Bernie Mac Show (Shonte)
    • 2004: One on One (Nyghtmare/Darius)
    • 2004: Fat Albert (Reggie)
    • 2005: Cuts (Darius)
    • 2005: Proud Family Movie (voice of Fifteen Cents)
    • 2007: Feel the noise (Rob)
    • 2008: Someone help me (Darryl Jennings)
    • 2010: The underside of the city
    • 2010: It's me (coming soon)
    • 2010: Somebody Help Me 2 (Darryl Jennings)
    • 2011: Let's stay together

    Notes and links

    External links

    Young Money Entertainment

    Founder Lil Wayne
    Artists Austin Mahon Baby E.

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