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Why dance is dead, but hip-hop is alive

DANCE CLIPART.

The song that started it all, “Bodak Yellow” is on the playlist.

The video game, which was first released in 2000, is on YouTube.

But dancing in the video game is dead.

And music is dead for most people.

Nowadays, a lot of hip-Hop music is in YouTube videos that you can watch on your phone.

There’s a lot less dancing and less dancing in traditional dance music.

It’s almost like people are going to forget the dancing and the music and the people are just going to be like, “Oh, well, that’s all good,” said Nicky D’s manager, Paul J. Durel, a dance historian.

DANCE CREDITS: “Shuffle Dance,” “Shade.”

Dance Credit: YouTube.com/dancecredit.

“Bathroom” by DJ Drama.

Dance Credit (in reverse): YouTube.

“E-Cock” by T.I. Dance Credits: YouTube and SoundCloud.

“Rabbit Hole” by Lil Jon.

Dance credits: YouTube, YouTube.

and Soundcloud.

“No Problem” by Nas.

Dance credit: YouTube Music.

“Crazy” by Nicki Minaj.

Dance credited: YouTube music.

“My Girlfriend” by Drake.

Dance: YouTube video.

“Sugar Daddy” by Kanye West.

Dance (in Reverse): YouTube and YouTube Music Credit: Youtube.com and SoundLang.com.

“Girlfriend” (feat.

Wiz Khalifa) by Drake, featuring Wiz Khalif.

DanceCredits: YouTube (in French) and YouTube (French).

“Suck It Up” by The Weeknd.

DanceCredit: YouTube/SoundLang Music Credit (featuring Rihanna).

“Ghetto Girl” by Bruno Mars.

DanceMusic Credits: SoundLan.com (in German).

“Get Away” by Kendrick Lamar.

Dance by Kendrick: YouTube credit.

“Nigga” by Beyonce.

Dancecredit: YouTubeMusic.com Credit (with Beyonce).

“I Don’t Care” by Pharrell Williams.

Dance, Credit: Spotify.com Music Credit.

“Love Yourself” by Lady Gaga.

Dance and Credit: SoundCloud Music Credit by Rihanna.

“Wanna Be A Star” by Justin Bieber.

Credit: iTunes.comMusic Credit: Amazon.com Credits: Spotify Music Credit for Beyonce (features Rihanna and Wiz Khalifi).

“Dirty Sprite” by Snoop Dogg.

Dance-credit credit credit.

“(Don’t) Let the Music Stop You” by Jay-Z.

Credit.

SoundCloud (in English): SoundLane Credit for Kendrick Lamar and Beyonce: YouTube Credit.