Woozik Loves Harlem: A tribute to Litefeet
Harlem is poppin’ and we’re here to tell you why.
If you don’t know about the dance craze, Litefeet, here’s a brief run down. It’s a street dance with a retro soul, incorporating famous moves such as the Harlem shake, roger rabbit, breaking, tone wop, and many other styles all mixed in with the individual dancers’ own unique flavor.
You may find some dancers on the train or in the parks giving their best “showtime” performance or you may find them at the parties showing off their skills and hyping the crowd. But what many of you don’t know is that they train extremely hard to master the litefeet dance. As easy as it may look, it is far from that. It is an endless cycle of practicing, battling, and grinding. These dancers train as hard as any other technical dancer because YES, Litefeet dancing is an actual technique and should be respected as such. Litefeet is more than a dance form, it is a culture. The heart and soul of Harlem.
Check out this example of the dance craze below:
Recently there has been debate as to whether these Litefeet dancers should be permitted to dance on the subway lines. Here at Woozik we are fans of all forms of self expression through music. What are your thoughts?
We especially love to see these talented performers using their Woozik Rockit Pro Bluetooth Speakers to set the mood for their dances. With the heavy bass and portability, the Rockit Pro was made for sharing your love of music and dance.