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How Drake’s ‘Toosie Slide’ Dance Came Together – Rolling Stone
Toosie, Ayo & Teo, and Hiii Key are incredibly popular dancers on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok — which is why Drake gave them his new single earlyPrince Williams/Wireimage/Getty Images
The coronavirus pandemic, which has confined much of America to their homes and threatens to cause a worldwide economic catastrophe, almost also robbed humanity of a Drake song. Until three days ago, that is, when four 20-years-olds premiered a new TikTok-ready dance in a sparse living room with a stationary ceiling fan. The voice instructing them to dance was immediately recognizable as Drake’s, and he was giving simple instructions: right foot up, left foot slide, right foot slide. The song, though, hadn’t been released yet.
“I’mma a spill a little bit of tea, not a lot,” Teo, one of the dancers from the original video, says. “See, the coronavirus messed up the dropping schedule. He was gon’ have us in the music video and junk, but the coronavirus messed it up. So it took us two extra weeks to drop the video we made for it.”
It’s Thursday afternoon, and Toosie, Hiii Key, Ayo & Teo are on FaceTime, passing around a phone in what looks to the be the same living room where they created the dance. It’s a few hours before the official release of “Toosie Slide,” and the four friends are crackling with energy and anticipation. “Drake hit me up and was like, ‘Yo, I need your help,'” Toosie says. “So he sends the record. It was just an idea at the time. It was just the hook and a verse. I came up with this dance. [Drake said,] ‘What you think? You think you can come up with a dance for this song that I made?’ So I sit down, listen to it. Luckily, I’m at Ayo and Teo’s house with Hii Key and all of us. We all chilling. We came up with it pretty fast. We just all pieced it together. We all contributed.”
Toosie, Hiii Key, Ayo & Teo, are all producers and artists in their own right. Toosie is a popular dancer on Instagram with a tendency to deliver sharp yet smooth choreography to a wide array of in-the-moment hits. He also moonlights as a producer and, recently, performed with Future. Ayo boasts that, at this point in his internet stardom, Toosie could ask for $50,000 just for a club walkthrough — especially once “Toosie Slide” is released. Ayo & Teo are brothers, dancers, and a rap group. The duo’s 2017 song “Rolex” is certified double platinum and their YouTube and TikTok presence is sizeable: one of their more recent videos, a dance to Roddy Ricch’s “The Box,” has logged over 9 million views. Rounding out the group is Hiii Keys, also dancer with a large YouTube and Instagram following, and also a producer. Collectively, they can provide a sizable bump to a new song — if they decide to dance to it.
The crew sent a rough outline of the dance back to Drake less than 45 minutes after he reached out. According to Toosie, the video that introduced the song to the world this week is the same “raw” footage they sent to Drake. “Drake said, ‘You guys are the greatest ever.’ This is a text message,” Toosie says, still in disbelief at Drake’s response to the group. “We got receipts. Literally, he fell in love with it. It was just an idea for it. I said, ‘This is just what we came up with so far.’ He was like, ‘Bro, this is it. You don’t need to do nothing else.'”
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From there, according to the dancers, Drake began sharing the video with members of his team. At the time, the choreographed moves didn’t have a name, and neither did the unfinished song — people began referring to it as the “Toosie Slide,” after one of the creators. An official music video was going to follow soon after, but the pandemic sidetracked that plan. “This kind of worked out in our favor,” Toosie says. “You have nothing else to do. You might as well do the ‘Toosie Slide’ in the house. You can’t go nowhere. We were still bummed about the video — of course, we wanted the big music video — but this is cool, too.”
As TikTok continues its stranglehold over the industry, it makes sense that Drake’s next single is set to use a dance-assisted boost to cut through the competition. 7 out of 30 songs on the Rolling Stone 100 charts — Roddy Ricch’s “The Box,” Doja Cat’s “Say So,” Lil Mosey’s “Blueberry Faygo,” Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage,” Trevor Daniel’s “Falling,” Powfu’s “Death Bed,” and Arizona Zervas’ “Roxanne” — went viral on TikTok through memes or specific dance challenges. And influencers that know how to pull those online levers, like Toosie, Hiii Key, Ayo & Teo, are now more in-demand than ever.
“It’s never-ending, every day,” Ayo says of requests from artists. “We gotta be careful with that. We got our own careers, too. We could have a single coming up. If we were to accept a challenge from somebody and we make it go viral, it’s our priority now. We become the creator of that movement. You gotta be careful with your own power.”
“We contribute and push records, too,” Ayo says. “We are walking A&Rs.”
“We been doing this for so long they kind of figured out the formula. They’re like, ‘If we get these dancers to dance to this record and they break this record, they know that that’s the formula,” Toosie adds. “When people be trying to get TikTok-ers to do these dances to their songs, trying to get us, they emailing us their songs or trying to get us to do it — they know the power we got. They know that we control the youth and the culture. ”
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Interview with Theo Hutchcraft from Hurts
We don't know about you, but in our playlists the British duo Hurts has long been responsible for mild melancholy. On the eve of the release of the Faith album, vocalist Theo Hutchcraft told Glamor about his strange love for octopuses and films with Nicolas Cage.
Theo Hutchcraft schedules a zoom interview for 12 am Moscow time, that is, 10 am London time. Therefore, already sitting in front of the monitor screen, I am waiting for a message about the postponement of the meeting: well, really, who gives an interview at such an early hour? But no, Theo is remarkably punctual. A few months ago, all posts disappeared from the accounts of Hutchcraft and the second half of Adam Andersen's Hurts, and after some time concept photos began to appear - this is how the musicians announced the imminent release of a new album. The record, which was called Faith, had to be completed in isolation, and the first single, Voices, was presented by the duo at a virtual VK Fest in May. Theo does not deny that Hurts music is more popular in Russia than in England. He even has a tattoo with the word "happiness" - in Cyrillic!
In an interview with Glamor three years ago, you said that your biggest fear is not being able to travel and perform...
Yes, I was looking into the water!
And how does it feel?
Very strange. We're releasing a new album and we won't be able to present it to people live. This is the usual scheme: you write an album, give concerts - and now everything is broken. The only thing that remains is to try to find some new ways to reach out to the fans, to record more videos. I don’t know yet when I can go on stage, because it seems to me that concerts will be allowed last. But when it does, it will have to be celebrated. (Already after our conversation, Hurts announced a tour in support of the Faith album in March 2021. - Note ed. ).
The first single, Voices, you released during the lockdown. Was there a desire to wait?
Yes, we did not understand what to do at all. We had new music ready, and it was not clear whether to release it or not. If you wait, how long? The most interesting thing is that I wrote Voices when I felt very isolated and alone. And when the song came out, it matched how many people felt at that moment.
There are many different stories about self-isolation, but yours seems to be stronger than all the others. They say you lived... with an octopus.
Yes, it was. At the beginning of the quarantine, I got a call from a friend who works at the university and is engaged in research on marine animals. They are studying how octopuses are able to contact with a person. And when everyone began to self-isolate, they needed to attach one so that he continued to communicate with the person. I agreed. So an octopus settled in my living room. We played different games with him.
Are you talking seriously now?
Yes, absolutely. It turned out that these are amazing animals. Not some fish in an aquarium. They are more like dogs, reacting to people. We lived with him for two weeks, and it was very strange, because this octopus was the only living creature that I saw all this time. And then they took him back.
Will you eat seafood after this?
No, no, I don't eat any meat for a long time, I'm generally a vegan. But even if it were not for him - no octopuses, they are so smart!
And you finished the album while in quarantine. Can you describe it in just three words?
It's not easy in three words. I would say that this is an album about who we are. We tried to dig deeper both in terms of music and in terms of lyrics to show what kind of people we are in general.
Wasn't that what the previous four discs were about?
Of course, about this. But, for example, on our last record Desire there was rather a look at ourselves from the outside. And here, from the inside. I would put it this way
I'm sure you have a great music collection. If you had to leave only one album out of all and listen to it for the rest of your life, what would you choose?
Van Morrison, Astral Weeks album. It's a CD from the 1960s that I've been listening to all my life anyway. I liked him when I was a teenager, and I love him still.
Surprised you answered so quickly. A friend asked me the same thing a couple of weeks ago, and I thought about ten minutes before I chose Depeche Mode - Violator.
Oh, great choice! I love him too. This is a very cool question, and to be honest, I've never thought about it before. It's hard to choose, there is music that I like more. But it is this disc that accompanies me all my life, reminds me of various events, pleasant and not very pleasant. So I leave it.
Do you remember the first album you bought? I have a theory that you can learn a lot about a person from the first disc you buy.
The first music album I ever had was Eminem, his Slim Shady. It was given to me for my birthday when I was eleven. Eleven is probably too early to listen to Eminem.
When I was eleven I didn't think so.
Me too - it was a cool album that I listened to the holes. It was very important music for me as a child. He had a story in every song, and I saw these pictures. Because at that time I was just living in the middle of nothing... and it was like a window into another life.
Excuse me, but where was the “middle of nothing”?
In a small town in the North of England.
As a person from the vast expanses of Russia, I do not agree with your definition.
Haha, right! I understand that for a person from Russia it sounds simply ridiculous. But as a child, that's how it seemed to me.
Please tell me what happened to your Instagram accounts? Where are all the photos?
We just thought it would be cool to start over this time with an album. We all moved away and decided to make some kind of visual that will help the fans to better understand who we are and what this disc will be like. It turns out that all new photos are correlated with music. It was not an easy decision, but we saved everything and someday we will return everything, don't worry!
I'm really worried because I followed Adam and loved his instagram. It was one of the most hilarious accounts, he constantly posted something wildly funny.
Yes, I know. I promise he will return everything.
By the way, why do you only follow Adam?
Because he has such an interesting account…
I saw on Instagram that you were reading a book about Nicolas Cage.
I adore him because he is a complete madman. In principle, everything that Cage does on the screen looks strange - that's what I think is cool. He always has surreal characters. The book you saw is about why Nicolas Cage is so cool. By the way, he recently released a couple of good films: Mandy, for example, and Color from Other Worlds. Maybe Cage will return to the clip.
I remember the time when he acted in cool films. People have forgotten that he actually has an Oscar.
Yes, exactly. Listen, I'm very glad that you agree with me, because not everyone shares my point of view on him.
Yesterday I tried to type "Theo Hutchcraft" in Russian on YouTube. Do you know which request pops up first?
I don't represent. Which?
"Theo Hutchcraft is drunk."
Seriously? This is very funny. Is it the same in English?
In English, interviews are sought first. Then "Theo dances. " And only then "drunk". Any ideas why that is?
I like to dance when I'm drunk. We even filmed a Lights video on this topic. And I must have blurted it out somewhere.
But I didn't find anything compromising.
I just have good friends who don't post my drunk dancing on YouTube.
Do you have other "forbidden pleasures" besides drunken dancing? Something a little embarrassing to admit?
You know, I don't think you should be ashamed of the things you like. I'm not particularly ashamed to admit that I love pop music and occasionally listen to it. I love stupid movies...
For example ?
All sorts of stupid comedies like Super Peppers with Jonah Hill. And films with Nicolas Cage again. I like what I like and I don't think I should be ashamed of it.
Do you have any hidden talents?
Yes, I can tie a cherry branch with my tongue.
You are simply a magician!
With a little practice, you can do it too. After our conversation, buy cherries and practice.
Mandatory. Do you have a list of important things to do in life?
Yes, but they are all about travel. I really want to go to South America because I have never been there before. Back in Thailand, Cambodia. By the way, you know, I now think that I would travel around Russia - only without a tour.
You have already been to more cities in Russia than I have.
Seriously? By the way, I understand that this is a great privilege. In the sense that we have traveled around Russia so much, seen so much, communicated with people. We even visited Lake Baikal. Then it was completely frozen, covered with ice - this is the most beautiful thing I have seen in my life.
Don't be offended, but it seems to me that you are more popular in Russia than at home.
Why should I be offended if this is true?! We gave more concerts in Russia than anywhere else in the world.
Why do you think you are so popular with us?
I don't know, but for some reason it is Russian people who feel connected to our music. It's kind of a special connection. When I come to you, I already feel at home.
Ayo and Theo discuss filming Quibi 'The Sauce' with Usher
Dance and rap duo Ayo & Teo will serve as hosts and judges for Quibi's new dance show. Sauce airing on Monday (April 6).
The brothers were first the focus of Usher, who spotted their dancing talent on social media and invited them to perform with him at the 2016 BET Awards. Starting modestly in Ann Abor, Michigan, the pair now live in Atlanta and are best known for their hit 2017. Rolex, which peaked at number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100. Now Usher has chosen Ayo and Theo again for Sauce .
In the new series, the brothers will talk about how the brothers explore the unique dance culture of various cities in the United States, find and train the latest online talent, who then compete against each other for a cash prize.
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HipHopDX spoke with the duo ahead of the show's launch date to discuss everything from their distinctive talents and challenges TikTok before working with Usher and what fans can look forward to. Sauce .
HipHopDX: Tell me about your first big hit, Rolex, and how your life has changed since then.
Ayo and Theo: Even now, years later, it's still overwhelming. It was a hit and everything is going well. It still gets millions of threads. And it's crazy that we were just having fun, and as a result we wrote a song like this. We looked at it like we already know how to dance, we have fans and we connected the music and it went crazy. It's just forever.
HipHopDX: So before that, you originally intended to be a dancer or a musician?
Ayo and Theo: We've always been creative, both. We really didn't pick just one. When we first got into music, Theo was a singer, Ayo was a rapper, but we also danced together and won talent shows. With age, we have become more serious about dancing. We are very diversified, and in childhood, our parents forced us to do a lot of activities - anime clubs, drawing, tools. They played the piano and trombone. We had talents all our lives, but our father didn't give us Wi-Fi. When we were about 14 years old, we finally went online and were able to share our talents with the whole world.
HipHopDX: Since you're so multi-talented, is there anything one of you is good at and the other isn't?
Ayo and Theo: We both do a lot, but we play different instruments. Theo played the piano. I [Ayo] can play, but not by ear. I [Ayo] played the trombone. When it comes to dancing, we have more muscle strength in certain areas, but overall it's the same.
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HipHopDX: Do you guys compete with each other?
Ayo and Theo: We are real brothers, so we do what we do. Of course the comments are going to discuss us, they're going to say who did the best, but that doesn't mean anything. We are real brothers.
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HipHopDX: Who was your childhood inspiration? Was Asher one of them?
Ayo and Theo: As kids we watched Usher, Michael Jackson, Chris Brown, James Brown, Otis Redding. Our parents had it all on a VCR.
HipHopDX: You were in the No Limit video before Rolex came out. How did you first meet Asher?
Ayo and Theo: He was the first big celebrity who found us on the Internet. He flew with us from Michigan to LA to perform with him at the 2016 BET Awards, and that's when we filmed the [No Limit] music video. I [Theo] couldn't perform because I was too young and didn't know about the talent permits until the day before the concert.
HipHopDX: How does it work with Asher?
Ayo and Theo: This is oil. This is our older brother. We've known him for almost five years now, so it's really solid. He is funny, he always wants to play Fortnite with us. His choreography is really complex. He was the first who officially taught us the choreography, taught us how to dance to every rhythm, hi-hat. [For the tour] We had to find out that in three days it would be 12 hours a day. He took us to Tampa, to the Barclay Center on tour - everywhere! All this helped us prepare for the moment when our song became popular and we went on tour for ourselves.
HipHopDX: Why do you think he approached you guys? What makes you guys different from other viral dancers?
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Ayo and Theo: There are battle dancers, Instagram dancers, choreographers. We prefer performance, freestyle, and we are also used to martial dances. We are more energetic, we bring this energy to any trend or style. This is what motivates people to engage and pay attention to what we do. Dancing has changed so much thanks to social media that we have brought so many styles to Instagram, the network. What we do, people really need to practice. When we took the stage in 2013, 2014, we already had such extensive knowledge. And then artists began to contact us.
HipHopDX: So what do you think about the TikTok movement?
Ayo and Theo: We have had a very close relationship with Triller since 2014. They weren't [popular] things until Triller called us and asked us to do it. We brought a group of users to them. We started all dance lines on music.ly [TikTok used to be called music.ly]. We currently use both. It helps us too, because at the beginning of our career, Thriller opened us up for Jermaine Dupree in The Roxy.
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HipHopDX: Used to host dance competitions ( So You Think You Can Dance , America's Best Dance Team ). How is Sauce different?
Ayo and Theo: We grew up watching all this, and when Qweebi told us about it, we were thrilled. It's something we've always talked about, someday. What makes this show different is real editing, crazy graphics, so light. How it is filmed on the street. It looks like a real street competition. And we are talking about young people who just see all this energy on the street.
HipHopDX: Do you feel like you're learning from dancers in every city?
How the show works, we show them [the contestants] the moves, and then they have to use our three power moves in their own style. They really learn from us, like the dancers we know so much, we teach them really advanced moves so watching them do it back is a lot of fun. It was fun to watch them learn. There were a couple of dancers who were really, really good - that's all we can say, we don't want to give it away.
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HipHopDX: I don't want you to talk too much about the episodes, but which city did you enjoy the most?
Ayo and Theo: California and Atlanta. Atlanta was the hype. We can't wait for everyone to see this. We live here, and here is the main sauce. Hence all the dance directions. Ne Nae, Draw. And the sound that everyone aspires to - Young Thug, Gunna, it's all Atlanta.
HipHopDX: I saw the guest judge, Blocboy JB, for the Memphis episode. Do most episodes have a guest?
Ayo and Theo: Yes, every episode has a guest judge and just good guest dancers in the sessions. If you've ever watched our videos, we're having big get-togethers with our friends. It looks like it.
HipHopDX: Who else can fans look forward to on the show?
Ayo and Theo: We have our own Lil Kid from Atlanta, we have Dillon Francis, but we're not going to say too much. Of course, at the final in Los Angeles, we had Usher himself. But it will be a lot. Fans should tune in.
HipHopDX: Finally, besides working on this show, do you have any plans to release more music?
Yes, we have over 150 songs.