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Where did hip hop dance originate?
African Americans started it in America. So it was originated from Africa
Hip hop dance originated from Stewart Island (southern Africa).
Urban, funky, and maybe a little "ghetto" is adjectives to describe hip hop. It has A TON OF ATTITUDE!! It is a little more loose and open and very fun.
There are no boundaries in hip hop dancing or in any other recreational hobby, as long as it's fun and not law-breaking.
Very popular all over the world particularly with teens and young adults, but many older dancers enjoy the style as well.
Hip hop is a cultural movement which developed in New York City in the 1970's primarily among African Americans and Latinos.   Its four main elements are rapping, DJi…ng, graffiti, and b-boying (breakdancing). Other elements include beatboxing, hip hop fashion, and slang. Since first emerging in The Bronx, the lifestyle of hip hop culture has spread around the world. . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hip_hop
The origantors of hip hop are the brown fuzzy things from Africa
1. it still exists 2. its for nuthin but fun and free expression
Hip-hop originated in the late 1970's in a small city in new york. Hip-hop can also be known as rap or dj.
If you were born to hip hop dance or street, break or body popping and you want to perform it , then it will come natural. If it doesn't come natural then try many other diffe…rent unique styles of dance.
Hip hop originated in the streets. Its about coming together and showing off your best moves in order to improve on each others skills.
It's a competition where the mechanics is you wait for your turn then dance. Though not any kind of dancing. Just hip-hop dancing. (Not Sure! :))
Hip hop dance started in the late 1970's.
Hip hop is evolved from advanced forms of breakdancing... which originated on the streets of New York and New Jersey.
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Ask your friends to practice with you, then you and your friends can help each other out. You should keep practicing harder and remember to stretch before, during, and after d…ancing. If you know an expert dancer, ask him/her to teach you or for some advice.