What do you know about litefeet dance?
Litefeet also referred to as “getting lite” is a type of breakdance / street dance / vernacular dance that emerged from Harlem and the Bronx, New York in the early 2000s. Litefeet is the heir to breakdancing / b-boying emerging in the 1980s.
Litefeet incorporates moves from the Harlem shake is commonly incorporated into Litefeet, as is the “Chicken Noodle Soup, the Tone Whop, or Toe Wop, and the Aunt Jackie. Moves often include; footwork, popping, shuffling, hat tricks, and shoe tricks.
Dancers often perform as Showtime on Subways in New York City, and at Union Square. The dance has been embraced as a symbol of the urban musical social scene of Harlem.
Here is our top of LiteFeet music beats 🙌