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Virginia Waldorf

Hier für habe ich auch sehr oft versucht. Hoffe es gefällt euch. 💜 #dance #tutorial #dancetutorial #crankthat #souljaboy #fyp #foryourpage

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D swizzle

she cute😭🤍 #fyp #wlw #lesbian #gay #souljaboy #souljaboydance #crankdat #foryoupage

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Warda Asif

...this is Patrick.”🌟 #fyp #dance #tutorial #dancetutorial #waitaminute #whoareyou #crankthatsouljaboy #icewatch #mashup #pokeitout #Summer2020

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Crank That #shuffle #dancetutorial #fyp #soujaboy #footworktutorial #footworkchallenge #dancing #foryoupage #comedy #tiktokcomedy

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the secondhand embarrassment i'm experiencing. if i had to see it, so do you. #crankthat #souljaboy #tutorials #dancechallenge #newsanchor #superman

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How to dance like Soulja Boy with Sabina - Dance meme serie! #fyp #comedy #souljaboy #crankthat

2.5K Likes, 54 Comments. TikTok video from Re.cept (@re.cept): "How to dance like Soulja Boy with Sabina - Dance meme serie! #fyp #comedy #souljaboy #crankthat". How to crank that like Soulja boy with Sabina.


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Crank That (Soulja Boy) by Soulja Boy

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  • "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" was a monster hit, spending seven weeks at #1 in the USA. Soulja Boy, whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way, co-wrote and produced the track when he was just 16. He had just turned 17 when the song topped the Hot 100 on September 15, 2007, making him the youngest solo artist to write, perform and produce a chart topper, a record previously held by Debbie Gibson with "Foolish Beat."

  • The lyrical content of this song is a combination of bragging and dance instructions. A Crank That dance craze arose from the song's success.

    These is also an alternate interpretation of the lyrics: It could be about having sex at a young age. The lyrics, "Superman that ho" can refer to something a guy might do when a girl withholds sex from him. When she falls asleep, he will ejaculate on her back and then put a bedsheet or piece of paper there so she appears to be wearing a Superman cape when she wakes up.

  • This song features a sample of a steel drum. Steel drums are percussion instruments originating from the West Indian islands of Trinidad and Tobago. They are generally made from 55 gallon oil drums and their use in carnival music competitions on the Caribbean islands became commonplace in the 1940s. Other hits to feature steel drums include the Hollies 1967 hit "Carrie Anne," The Beach Boys 1988 American chart-topper "Kokomo" and 50 Cent's 2003 transatlantic Top-Tenner "P.I.M.P."

  • Soulja Boy created this song in one hour on the Fruity Loops computer system. In an interview with, Soulja Boy explained how he uses the software: "To be honest, it took me an hour to produce the 'Crank That' song - at the most. Sometimes I just sit back... I can make a beat in my hotel room or I can make a beat in my dressing room, while getting ready for a show, and I can send it to Pro Tools, and bam, get it right back recorded on my laptop. Then I can post it for all my fans to hear. "

  • "Crank That" was the most successful digital track of 2007 in the USA with 2,909,000 downloads.

  • Digital Spy asked Soulja Boy if he thought this would be a smash when he recorded it. The teenage rapper replied: "Nope. To tell you the truth, it was just another song that I was recording. I didn't go into the studio saying, 'This is gonna be a #1 smash and everyone's gonna be doing this dance'. I went in the studio to record just another song. It's crazy to think it's been the #1 song in the world."

  • The tune has featured in several video game including the World of Warcraft. It was also one of the featured song levels on Xbox 360's Dance Central.

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    [Chorus: x2]
    Soulja Boy Off In This Hoe
    Watch me Crank It
    Watch me Roll
    Watch me Crank Dat Soulja Boy
    Then Super Man Dat Hoe
    Now, Watch me You...
    (Crank Dat Soulja Boy)
    Now, Watch me You....
    (Crank Dat Soulja Boy)
    Now, Watch me You....
    (Crank Dat Soulja Boy)
    Now, Watch me You. . ..
    (Crank Dat Soulja Boy)

    [Verse 1:]
    Soulja Boy Off In This Hoe
    Watch me Lean And Watch Me Rock?
    Super Man Dat Hoe
    Then Watch me Crank Dat Robocop?
    Super Fresh, Now Watch Me Jock
    Jocking On Them Haterz Man
    When I Do Dat Soulja Boy
    I Lean To The Left And Crank Dat Dance
    (Now You)
    I'm Jocking On Yo Bitch Ass
    And If We Get The Fightin
    Then I'm Cocking On Your Bitch
    You Catch Me At Yo Local Party
    Yes I Crank It Everyday
    Haterz Get Mad Cuz
    "I Got Me Some Bathin Apes"

    [Chorus x2]

    [Verse 2:]
    I'm Bouncin On My Toe
    Why Me Super Soak Dat Hoe
    I'ma Pass It To Arab
    Then He Gon Pass It To The Low (Low)
    Haterz Wanna Be Me
    Soulja Boy, I'm The Man
    They Be Lookin At My Neck
    Sayin Its The Rubberband Man (Man)
    Why me Do It (Watch Me Do It)
    Dance (Dance)
    Let Get To It (Let Get To It)
    Nope, You Can't Do It Like Me
    Hoe, So Don't Do It Like Me
    Folk, I See You Tryna Do It Like Me
    Man That Shit Was Ugly

    [Chorus x4]


    [Chorus : x2]
    Soulja Boy Dedicated So Hoe
    Watch Me Crank It
    Watch Me Roll
    Watch me crank dat soulja boy
    then super man dat hoe
    now watch me slay you. ...
    (crank dat soulja boy)
    now watch dat soulja boy....
    (crank dat soulja boy )
    Now, watch how I love you ....
    ( Crank Dat Soulja Boy )
    Now, watch how I treat you....
    (Crank Dat Soulja Boy)

    [Verse 1:]
    Soulja Boy dedicated to such Hoe
    Watch me skinny and Watch Me Rock?
    Super Man Dat Hoe
    Then Watch Me Crank Dat Robocop?
    Super Fresh, Now Watch Me Jock
    Jocking On Them Haterz Man
    When I Do Dat Soulja Boy
    I Lean Left And Crank Dat Dance
    (Now You)
    I'm Jocking On Yo Bitch Ass
    And If We Get Fighting
    Then i'm leaning on your bitch
    You Catch Me In Yo Local Party
    Yes, I Crank It Every Day
    Haterz Get Angry Because
    "I Got Me Some Batina Apes"

    [Chorus x2]

    [Verse 2:]
    I Sausage On My Toe (Low) )
    Why should I do it (Watch Me Do It)
    Dance (dance)
    Let it get to it (Let it get to it)
    No you can't do it like me Man that shit Was Ugly

    [Chorus x4]

    Artist: Soulja Boy


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    Folk dances of America, or another recipe for success

    Music and dance are like Siamese twins. As soon as a person began to extract the first rhythmic sounds from improvised materials, his body, as if by itself, began to write out simple steps.

    Over time, both arts grew and developed. They even had their own revolutions from time to time. Now both of them have reached a level where they are about to collapse from their own weight. As one famous nursery rhyme said, "The wolves ate each other out of fright." We have already dedicated one material to choreographers who invent the very dances that then delight our eyes in clips. Often there are quite complex productions, or movements, which are not so easy for mere mortals to perform. Everyone wants to dance. Well, almost everyone. Therefore, at discos, slightly different body movements are often quoted - those that are closer to the people. As a result, popularity often comes to artists who manage not only to offer the consumer a modern hit, but also hint how best to dance to it. Moreover, on the one hand, it is quite effective, and on the other hand, it is not too difficult. If you don’t go too far into history, it seems that only Michael Jackson was able to get the whole world hooked on his far from banal movements. In other cases, "artists of one step" became idols - let's call them that.

    Think of MC Hammer and Vanilla Ice. The first, along with his ballet, gave out a strong action on stage and on TV, but he was remembered mainly for his "congresses" either in one direction or the other, parallel to the screen. Vanilla Ice also occasionally managed to perform something tricky, but only his "step to the left, put a foot - step to the right, put a foot" was adopted by Bogdan Titomir. Not so long ago, when Rihanna was still considered a discovery, she even led television lessons of "her" dances. However, for some reason, the people did not perceive them as widely as the artist would like.

    Many consider New York and Atlanta to be the main legislators of mass dance fashion. Moreover, the emphasis is shifting more and more to the south, where people are simpler and, apparently, more cheerful. If in New York aggressive and sharp crump is at its peak, then in the south it is playful and rather soft g-walking. There seems to be a wave of party rap in hip-hop again, instead of gritty gangster narratives. And in the forefront, of course, the youth. The boys and girls want to dance and the gangsters come out to smoke.

    Over the past couple of years, several hits have appeared at once, owing their popularity to "folk dances" as well. Once such were "hitchhiking" and the dance of "little ducklings", now they have been replaced by new movements. In fact, all such creatives can be called another variation of pee wee dance. Why? We will try to illustrate this clearly at the end of the material. And now let's move on to the heroes of our time, thus the "miracles of one hit" and "one step". We can't say that their dancing was always a well-thought-out calculation in the hope of achieving success. At the same time, it is absolutely true that success came to them largely due to these very dances. So let's go.

    In March of last year, the whole of America went crazy over "Aunt Jackie". "Aunt Jackie" was played in dorms, workplaces, on the streets and on school stages. An important role in the popularization of both this and other similar dances is played by the Internet and youtube, where everyone can post a video with their achievements or their own variation on a given topic. As a result, "Aunt Jackie" writer Jason Fox caught the attention of Jermaine Dupri. He signed it to Island Urban Music. Unfortunately, Jason remains the only one among today's players who has not yet released an album. It is not entirely clear how this cooperation will end, since time has been lost and new heroes have already come to replace it. Sometimes even superheroes (but about them later).

    Jason Fox - Aunt Jackie

    A 19-year-old native of St. Louis (Missouri) with an alias Huey, dissonant for the domestic ear, promptly signed to the Jive Records label. But it's still half the battle. We know how long it can take for Jive to release seemingly finished work, even for established rappers. A vivid example of this is UGK. Huey, thanks to his hit "Pop, Lock & Drop It", took off right off the bat and already in June of this year released his debut solo album. Surely not the last role in this was played by the contagious ladies' dances shown in the video for this track.

    Huey - Pop Lock and Drop It

    All-girl R&B group, consisting of four sisters with a speaking surname King, despite their youth, are practically veterans compared to the mentioned guys. They managed to visit Warner as sponsored by the same Jermain Dupree. For some reason, the label never released their album "The Moment", and for three years they were bored on the bench. But as soon as they were given freedom, they jumped under the wing of Jazze Pha and Capitol and released their hit engine in 2006. In February next year, their second album is planned (except for "The Moment").

    Cherish - Do It To It

    The next rapper is from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is not new to this game, but despite his age (24 years) and experience, in terms of conquests, he still has nothing to brag about. There are independent albums, there are some notable collaborations. However, more or less successful work began to come out only last year. But it is directly related to the track "Do Da Ratchet". The corresponding video is too informal, but there is a magic step.

    Lava House feat. Lil Boosie - Do Da Ratchet

    The next artist represents Georgia. Unk, formerly known as DJ Unknown, is even older - he is 25. He has been playing records since 1998 and only in the past released his album, which flickered well on various charts. We will not claim that this happened solely due to the track "2 Step". It was the album's second single and could not surpass the achievements of the debut "Walk It Out". However, this dance song helped the album to stay afloat a little longer and as a ringtone was able to go to the top.

    Unk - 2 Step

    Well, now it's time for today's triumph, whose tracks "I Got Me Some Bapes" and "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" attracted to the author a multi-million audience of the Internet, and then a real weighty producer. After signing to Interscope Records, dreams began to quickly turn into reality. At first, Boy made Superman dance in his video "Crank That", and soon Samuel Jackson danced with him in front of viewers.

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    Crossing his dance with the superman trend, Soulja Boy unwittingly sparked a wave of remakes. Spiderman and Aquaman are also on the move. Some even turned out noticeably better than it was in the original.

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