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Hip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. It includes a wide range of styles primarily breaking, locking, and popping which were created in the 1970s and made popular bydance crews in the United States.


Also known as b-boying, breakdance is an athletic style of street dance, consisting of 4 main move categories: toprock, downrock, powermove & freezes.


Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Emerging in the mid-1950s, today Contemporary is one of the most popular dance styles in the world.


K-Pop (or Korean Pop) is a music style originating from South Korea and currently a worldwide phenomenon. The choreographies are from the street dance styles and combine the Korean culture and music, which makes them innovative and very attractive.


Inspired by the ancient Egypt hieroglyphs, voguing is characterized with model-like poses, straight and stir moves of the body, hands, and legs.


Waacking originates from 70’s disco clubs, created by LGBTQ. It consists mainly of hand moves behind or over the shoulders.


Dancehall was originally a rare version of reagge, but grew significantly in the late 70s. The moves are energetic and inspired by the Jamaican culture. You can see Dancehall moves in the majority of music videos nowadays.


Popping is one of the original funk styles, which originates in California over 50 years ago. The fast contraction and loosening of the muscles results in a sharp move, known as ‘pop’. A dancer can pop all the parts of his body.


Locking is another one of the funky styles, originating during the late 60s. It includes fast moves, leading to a sudden stop in a pose, after which dancing continues in its fast pace.


House dance was created with the increasing popularity of house music, originally at night clubs. Fast-paced steps and floorwork are imminent parts of the dance style.


Krumping is characterized by free, strong, and energetic movement of the hands, chest, and legs.