The Best Nigerian Moves To Hit The Kenyan Scene
Can you dance?
Nigerian music and movies have literally taken over our screens. Our Kenyan entertainers have been literally given a run for their money. One of the most interesting things about the Nigerians is their dancing moves. Here are a couple of moves that are worth checking out.
Shoki is among the newest and most common dance moves to feature in the entertainment scene. Shoki has been trending for a while; in schools, clubs, and in churches. Shoki requires one to do a lot of knee bending.
Azonto came into the limelight around the year 2013 and up to date, azonto has been a trending dancing move across the world. It became popular through Wizkid and Fuse ODG. This dance move requires one to be one with the beat to perform accurately. Azonto started out with a few steps but has since incorporated many other steps. This dance move involves a lot of knee bending and hip shaking.
Do you remember the hit song Kukere by Davido? Etighi is the dance move that featured a lot in the song. The move goes well with almost every song. This dance style involves a lot of bending, feet lifting, and hip movement.
“One hand on your waist, one hand on your chest” then jump to the dance floor to sekem. This dance involves a lot of feet thumping and gliding on the ground.
Alingo was introduced by p-square in their popular hit song Alingo. Alingo involves a lot of break dancing and fast moves. The dance style is somewhat complicated because it’s fast and demands a lot of energy. Alingo resembles the Azonto dance move.
Davido introduced the skelewu dance. The dance has been trending for some time now and we still see this dance in various music videos. This dance involves a lot of hip grinding and leg movements.