The Dab- Latest Hip-Hop Dance Move

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Published on Fri, November 06 2015
The Dab- Latest Hip-Hop Dance Move

What do a basketball player a pop star and a movie legend have in common? The Dab. Everyone is doing it, so let’s do it too! Okay, not really. But if you don’t want to look like the lost child when people are doing a dance move that’s a cross between sneezing in to your elbow and admiring your bicep, read up BAQE fans. Turns out this dance move is legit! As far as legit 21’st century dance moves go that is. This latest vine-friendly dance craze traces its roots to Atlanta, Georgia, USA home of the “Nae Nae” “Dougie” and “Stanky Legg” where it was popularized by artists like Migos and Future.

So how do you do it?

Imagine you’re about to sneeze but you’re holding too much stuff in your hands to cover your mouth, so you sneeze into the crook of your arm. But your arm needs to be up in the air too in the opposite direction to your face.

Try it out after a sick dunk or a money shot and let us know if it gets you more winks from the ladies or hollas from the fellas because right now…IT’S TRENDING!

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