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7 TikTok Dance Moves You Can Learn At Home

TikTok is filled with short, fun dance routines that you can watch for endless hours (trust me, I've done it), share with friends, and learn at home with STEEZY.

But, let's face it.

If you don't have a dance background, the short, hard to follow tutorials on TikTok can be a frustrating roadblock to joining in on the fun.

Here are simple, easy ways you can learn the 7 most popular moves on TikTok.

1. The CitiRokk

The CitiRokk is that one SUPER POPULAR TikTok dance move where you rock your body from side to side and cross your arms in front of your chest.

Watch this video with the move’s creator, CitiBoyRio, to see how the move took over TikTok!

*BONUS*

While the CitiRokk was popularized on TikTok by the Renegade dance routine, CitiBoyRio just dropped a new routine of his own!

Learn the CitiRokk Shuffle routine just in time before it goes viral. 😎

Hit this link to learn both the CitiRokk and the CitiRokk shuffle step-by-step on STEEZY Studio.

2. The Woah

Just WATCHING people hit the Woah gets me excited.

It's simple, hype, and easy to apply to any song with a dope bass beat.

If you've been lurking on TikTok for any time at all, you've probably already seen it yourself and understand how it's supposed to look.

How you create the reverb motion, where to position your arms, and when to move your body to hit the beat on time is all you need to learn. 👇

3. The Swagg Bouncee

Do your hips naturally sway from side to side when a good song comes on?

Think of the Swagg Bouncee as your natural hip-sway's cooler, trendier sibling.

Lil Rich Swagg, who created the Swagg Bouncee, says to “Stay on your tippy toes to get a full range of motion,” in his STEEZY Studio class.

By committing to the move and making it bigger, you'll look more confident!

4. The Kangsta Wok

In the video below, this TikTok dance move's creator, Zaya Sosho, explains how he based the Kangsta Wok on a "dip" move he saw during a cypher.

When you do the Kangsta Wok, make sure not to over- or under-exert your energy.

Attack each level drop with a little intensity to make the move look extra hype, but don't go so hard that your body tenses up!

You want to make it look effortlessly cool. 😎

Still not totally sure how to make that happen?

Don't worry... Zaya Sosho will teach you in the tutorial below!

Use this guide to help to you practice too!

5. The Smeeze

This move first entered the dance scene in 2009, but at the time, it was mainly used during battles and parties.

When TikTok arrived in 2018, the move's creator, Chonkie, knew this was the perfect platform to bring the Smeeze to the next level.

With hashtags like #SMEEZEEVERYWHERE, and dance crews like the Jabbawockeez picking it up, the Smeeze quickly became a TikTok favorite.

You can learn more about it from Chonkie himself in this video!

While millions of people are, in fact, Smeezin' everywhere, the move can be a little tricky due to the alternating movements of the arms and legs.

Use this step-by-step tutorial to get the timing jussssst right!

6. The Bust Down

As far as TikTok dance moves go, the Bust Down is definitely on the sexier end of the spectrum.

Characterized by a scoop/thrust motion of the hips, the move is great for raunchy club jams like "Thotiana" by Blueface – the song that popularized the move!

If adding a lil sexy swagger to your movement feels like climbing Mt. Everest, know that practice and repetition will be your best friend!

STEEZY's tutorial breaks the move down simply and efficiently, so you can learn it in just 9 minutes and repeat sections LITERALLY AS MANY TIMES AS YOU WANT.

Trust us, you'll have swag down to a science.👨‍🔬

7. The Cosby Walk

Yes, when executed the right way, the simple act of marching can become a dope dance move!

Watch our video with Rated R, creator of the Cosby Walk, to see exactly what we mean:

As you're learning this move, make sure you're placing your feet firmly on the floor and evenly distributing your weight!

If your bottom half is weak and wobbly, you'll look more bambi than [email protected]$$.

Related article: Why Staying Light On Your Feet Is Actually Bad Advice

As much as we love watching the mesmerizing 15-second dance tutorials that already live on TikTok. ..

It's LIFE-CHANGING to have legit dancers break moves down and make them easy to learn.

Now, you have everything you need to master the hottest dance moves and join fun challenges on TikTok.

Start learning now for free!

Easy Dance Moves You Can Use at a Party

Want to learn a few cool and fun dance moves to bust out at your next party? 

 

There are a lot of shy people who do not know how to dance and end up being wallflowers when everyone else is having fun. Don’t let that be you! We will show you easy-to-follow steps to master popular dance moves to wow your friends at the next party or on your latest Tik Tok video.

The Two-Step

Let’s start with the basics: the Two-Step. The first dance move to master is as easy as they come. You can rely on the Two-Step to get you into any dance beat.

 

Start by stepping one foot to the side and bending your knees while bringing your other foot together with the first. Clap when your two feet come together. Next, step to the other side, in the same way. Then bring your feet together and clap. That’s it. You have the first move in your easy dance arsenal.

Once you are comfortable with each dance move, feel out which combination fits together the best.

The Biz Markie

This dance is named after rapper Biz Markie who made the move popular. It is an energetic dance move that will really get the groove going. 

 

This dance move requires your arms and legs to be working simultaneously. Start by hopping to the left side while raising your right arm. As you land from your hop, bring your arm down in front of your body with a snap. Then hop to the right while raising your left arm, and bring it down in front of your body and snap.

 

This may take a little bit to master. However, this dance move will look cool, and you will also be able to show off your knowledge of hip-hop history. 

The Bust Down

The Bust Down is a sexy dance move made popular by Blueface and the club hit “Thotiana.

 

For this dance, it is all about swinging the hips. Grab your belt buckle area on your waist and raise your other hand in the air. Dip your hips and swing in a circular motion. Your body has to feel the groove for this one.

 

You can switch it up by raising the opposite arm and grabbing your belt with your other hand. Whatever you do, don’t stop swinging those hips.

Booty Pop

Another sexy move is the Booty Pop. When in sync with the beat, a variation of twerking, the Booty Pop should definitely get you noticed.

 

Start with your hands on your hips and your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend at the knees. Swing your hips forward, then pop your hips back. Repeat to the beat. Get lower in a squat, placing your hands on your knees. Finally, pop that booty back, repeating 1-2, 1-2.

 

Depending on what track is spinning will determine the tempo. Putting the booty pop on your list is an easy way to add a sexy, go-to move.

The Monastery

The Monastery is easy to learn and looks great on the dance floor.  

 

Start by stepping in place, turning your knee towards the opposite leg. Alternate this movement with your steps. Let your hips follow your inward steps. Now the arms. Bring your two arms up in a circular motion opposite to the inward step. Repeat on the other side.

 

The Monastery may take a minute to master, but it will be a move you can play around with. Go low with it, bending at the waist while moving your arms. Before you know it, you will be bringing out this dance at the next party.

The Smeeze

Another dance that is part of hip hop lore is The Smeeze. It dates back to 2009, made popular by dancer Chonkie and his cousin, Smeeze.

 

It is an easy dance step to master. First, you stomp with one leg, followed by a bunny hop to the same side. Next, stomp with the other leg and hop to that side. Repeat from left to right to the beat.

 

Your upper body movements are freestyle. Do what you feel. Swing your arms or move them in a circle like in the Monastery. Either way, this dance is a good way to get the body moving and into the groove.

The Running Man

Another popular move that is easy to master when learning how to dance is the Running Man.

 

Start in a standing position and hop so that one leg goes forward and the other leg goes back. Hop back to the starting position, but lift the back leg bringing your knee up as you do. This leg now goes forward, the other leg going back. Return to the starting position by lifting the back leg/knee up. The result will be the illusion of running on the spot. 

 

You can pump your arms to mimic the running motion. When the music is thumping, this is not only an easy dance but also a decent workout.

Toosie Slide

Thanks to Drake’s video for his song, the Toosie Slide became a Tik Tok challenge. He does the Toosie Slide while dancing around his mansion. It proved to be rather popular, garnering billions of views.

 

As the song’s lyrics go, “left foot up, right foot slide, right foot up, left foot slide. ” Furthermore, you can add a little shimmy for flair, but this is one of the easiest and most popular dances you can bust out at any party.

Fun and Easy Dance Moves

Now that you know the basics of these fun and easy dance moves, you are now ready to impress your friends. The next step is to join a couple of moves into a routine. 

 

Once you are comfortable with each dance move, feel out which combination fits together the best. Of course, your routine may change depending on the music played at your party. But having several easy dance moves under your belt will keep you on the dance floor all night long.

Icona Pop - Clap Snap Lyrics SongMeanings View all Icona Pop lyrics

Clap Snap

3, 6, 9, the goose drank wine
The monkey chewed tobacco on the streetcar line
The line broke, the monkey got ch*ked
And they all went to heaven in a little rowboat , snap
Clap, pat
Clap, snap
Clap, clap
Everybody dance to the music

3, 6, 9, the goose drank wine
The monkey chewed tobacco on the streetcar line
The line broke, the monkey got ch*ked
And they all went to heaven in a little rowboat

Clap, clap
Clap, snap
Clap, pat
Clap, snap
Clap, clap
Everybody dance to the music

Mama told me
She can't control me
The monkey chewed tobacco on the streetcar line
The line broke, the monkey got ch*ked
And they all went to heaven in a little rowboat the music

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Three, six, nine, the goose drank wine,

The monkey chewed tobacco on the tram line,

The line broke, the monkey choked,

And they all went to heaven in a small boat.

Clap, clap,

Clap, click,

Clap, slap.

Clap, click,

Clap, clap,

Everyone is dancing to the music.

Three, six, nine, the goose drank wine,

The monkey chewed tobacco on the tram line,

The line broke, the monkey choked,

And they all went to heaven in a small boat.

Clap, clap,

Clap, click,

Clap, slap.

Clap, click,

Clap, clap,

Everyone is dancing to the music.

Mom told me that

She can't control me.

Three, six, nine, the goose drank wine,

The monkey chewed tobacco on the tram line,

The line broke, the monkey choked,

And they all went to heaven in a small boat.

Clap, clap,

Clap, click,

Clap, slap.

Clap, click,

Clap, clap,

Clap your hands and dance to the music.

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Snap (music) - frwiki.

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For articles of the same name, see Snap.

Snap is a subgenre of hip hop that emerged in the late 1990s in the Southern United States, specifically in Bankhead, Atlanta. Crank is seen in the trade press as "the forerunner of tooling". “Among the first artists of this genre are D4L, Dem Franchize Boys and K-Rab.

Songs typically use the 808 bass drum, snare and bass line, among others. The songs also have whistles. Successful titles include Do It to It Cherish, Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It to Dem Franchize Boys Snap Yo Fingers of Lil Jon, Laffy Taffy by D4L, It's Goin' Down by Yung Joc and Crank That (Soulja Boy) by Soulja Boy. Tell them .

History

Photo taken in Atlanta, Georgia, late 1990s along with artists D4L, Dem Franchize Boyz and K-Rab. A snap song usually features a minimalist bassline created by a synthesizer, bass drum, hi-hat, clicks instead of a snare drum, all at a fairly slow tempo. Holiday music with little meaning other than making people dance, snap is very common in nightclubs in the southern US (mainly in Atlanta).

controversy

The picture was widely criticized by the "Hip-hop is dead" movement. Rapper Ghostface Killah to use D4L track Laffy Taffy as symbol of movement in track The Champ from the album Fishcale (" Y'all stuck on Laffy Taffy/Wonderin': how you niggas got past me? ? "). Nas is also reviewing Dem Franchize Boyz' first single, In My White Tee , on track Hip Hop Is Dead from the album of the same name ( Oh I think they like me, in my white t-shirt '' / You can't ice me, we are here for life B .

Smoke from Field Mob took aim at both groups when asked if hip hop was dead: "Of course hip hop is dead and I'll tell you who killed it... D4L and Dem Franchize Boyz."

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