Dancer Does 'Evolution Of Dance' From The '80S Until Now, Has The Crowd Roaring
  • If you follow pop culture, you know just how quickly the trends can change.

    It seems like every year someone comes out with a new dance that blows up. Most of us never keep up with the changes—but this art teacher practically knows every one of them! In this video, he lights up the stage with a dance evolution performance that takes us from the ’80s through the 2000s. He kills it and the crowd goes insane!



    People scream as loud as they can—this teacher can dance!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Mr. T is a teacher that knows how to cut a rug.

    He wastes no time in the performance and starts with a popular song from 1988. The teacher stands with his back to the crowd and they scream in anticipation. When he spins around, he immediately starts breaking it down and pulls out some classics.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    “It Takes Two” by Rob Base and D.J. E-Z Rock comes blaring through the speakers and the crowd goes nuts. Mr. T starts dances along before the music quickly switches.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    He starts to go through songs from each decade, and before long, he looks like a professional dancer with those skills!

    From Salt N Pepa’s “Push It” in 1986 to MC Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This” in 1990, Mr. T did all the hits. Every dance he did was on point, especially the “hammer-time” dance.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    With moves like these, he should be dancing for a living! I’m surprised he was able to memorize so many dances, but he did with no problem.

    He also didn’t forget songs like “Tootsie Roll” or “Gettin Jiggy Wit’ It.”

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    For any chart-topping song you can think of, it’s almost guaranteed that Mr. T knows the dance to it. Towards the end he even did “Anaconda,” but the song he did after that was unexpected.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    He suddenly did “It’s Not Unusual” by Tom Jones, which didn’t even make sense being that it’s from 1965. Either way, the dance was hilarious!

    Mr. T goes from the ’80s and ’90s, straight to the 2000s with Soulja Boy’s “Crank That”—and he nails it!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    The teacher bounces around the stage, going year by year. When it comes time for the infamous Soulja Boy dance, he does it perfectly. Throughout the whole performance, the student crowd screams for Mr. T!

    When they uploaded the masterpiece by Mr. T to YouTube it went viral—and 149,000 people liked the sweet dance moves!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    The dancing teacher was a YouTube sensation with almost 10.4 million views.

    People on the internet couldn’t believe how accurate the dances were—he really takes viewers on a ride through three decades! There were over 5,300 comments on the viral video and the viewers couldn’t get enough.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    “I hate how people look for something to complain about. “HE forgot this or that” This is his video and the moves he likes which he killed all of them. If u wanna see a moonwalk go make a video urself or type in moonwalk dance. Anyway shout-out to this guy, u did a great job bro” Said one YouTube user.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    “That was awesome it brings back memories I could do all these dances!! he hit all the major ones now it’s 2019 they have stepped up the dancing a little more you have to be in great shape to do the dances that they are doing today can do some but not all. back in the day they were easy” Said another.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    Mr. T.’s nostalgic moves had a lot of people reminiscing on YouTube. To see the awesome evolution of dance, watch the video below!

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    If you follow pop culture, you know just how quickly the trends can change.

    It seems like every year someone comes out with a new dance that blows up. Most of us never keep up with the changes—but this art teacher practically knows every one of them! In this video, he lights up the stage with a dance evolution performance that takes us from the ’80s through the 2000s. He kills it and the crowd goes insane!



    People scream as loud as they can—this teacher can dance!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    Mr. T is a teacher that knows how to cut a rug.

    He wastes no time in the performance and starts with a popular song from 1988. The teacher stands with his back to the crowd and they scream in anticipation. When he spins around, he immediately starts breaking it down and pulls out some classics.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    “It Takes Two” by Rob Base and D.J. E-Z Rock comes blaring through the speakers and the crowd goes nuts. Mr. T starts dances along before the music quickly switches.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    He starts to go through songs from each decade, and before long, he looks like a professional dancer with those skills!

    From Salt N Pepa’s “Push It” in 1986 to MC Hammer’s “Can’t Touch This” in 1990, Mr. T did all the hits. Every dance he did was on point, especially the “hammer-time” dance.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    With moves like these, he should be dancing for a living! I’m surprised he was able to memorize so many dances, but he did with no problem.

    He also didn’t forget songs like “Tootsie Roll” or “Gettin Jiggy Wit’ It.”

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    For any chart-topping song you can think of, it’s almost guaranteed that Mr. T knows the dance to it. Towards the end he even did “Anaconda,” but the song he did after that was unexpected.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    He suddenly did “It’s Not Unusual” by Tom Jones, which didn’t even make sense being that it’s from 1965. Either way, the dance was hilarious!

    Mr. T goes from the ’80s and ’90s, straight to the 2000s with Soulja Boy’s “Crank That”—and he nails it!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    The teacher bounces around the stage, going year by year. When it comes time for the infamous Soulja Boy dance, he does it perfectly. Throughout the whole performance, the student crowd screams for Mr. T!

    When they uploaded the masterpiece by Mr. T to YouTube it went viral—and 149,000 people liked the sweet dance moves!

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    The dancing teacher was a YouTube sensation with almost 10.4 million views.

    People on the internet couldn’t believe how accurate the dances were—he really takes viewers on a ride through three decades! There were over 5,300 comments on the viral video and the viewers couldn’t get enough.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    “I hate how people look for something to complain about. “HE forgot this or that” This is his video and the moves he likes which he killed all of them. If u wanna see a moonwalk go make a video urself or type in moonwalk dance. Anyway shout-out to this guy, u did a great job bro” Said one YouTube user.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot


    “That was awesome it brings back memories I could do all these dances!! he hit all the major ones now it’s 2019 they have stepped up the dancing a little more you have to be in great shape to do the dances that they are doing today can do some but not all. back in the day they were easy” Said another.

    YouTube Screenshot Source: YouTube Screenshot

    Mr. T.’s nostalgic moves had a lot of people reminiscing on YouTube. To see the awesome evolution of dance, watch the video below!

    Please SHARE this with your friends and family.

    Source: YouTube


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