3-DVD lot, Hip-Hop: Street & Music Video Styles DVDs from World Dance New York

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Study street styles and choreographed music-video style hip-hop dance as seen on MTV...and you will be learning from New York's top instructors!

Future has been makin' it happen on the NYC hip-hop scene since the '80s and on this 2-DVD set he shares basics of hip-hop waving & combinations, advanced waves and combinations, house dance moves and combinations, and waving in house dance.

An eclectic blend of street jazz, hip-hop, and funk, all mixed into one! Street Fusion consists of a warm-up and 3 dance routines varying in style and technique.

Laya Barak's Urban Jam! Hip-Hop Dance program offers instruction in innovative hip hop styles for skill levels from beginner to professional. The program includes a warmup and isolations section, followed by beginning, intermediate, and advanced routines, and then an additional breakdown of the beginner routine (separate upper and lower body breakdowns are shown)...

Waves of the Future: Hip-Hop & House Dance, With Future (TWO-DVD SET) 

Street Fusion! Street Jazz & Hip-Hop Dance, with Karen Gayle 

Urban Jam! Hip-Hop Dance, With Laya Barak 

And here are the details about each instructional program.  Preview videos for each program can be viewed on YouTube or at World Dance New York's own website.

Waves of the Future: Hip-Hop & House Dance, With Future (TWO-DVD SET) 

Future has been makin' it happen on the NYC hip-hop scene since the '80s and on this 2-DVD set he shares it ALL with you:

  • Basics of hip-hop waving & combinations
  • Advanced waves and combinations
  • House dance moves and combinations
  • Waving in house dance

What is waving? It's the illusional improvisational street hip-hop dance style that you THOUGHT you could never do! Follow Future to develop that extreme fluidity of movement through precise muscle control, combined with the power of visualization. You can create the illusion of waves traveling through your body, making it look like your body is a liquid being poured from glass to glass...

Future starts by listening to the beat of the music, finding and keeping the rhythm, then introduces his unique system of isolations, preparing you for multi-dimensional full body waves. Then he offers a detailed tutorial on footwork patters that are easy to combine with waves for a varied and dynamic performance.

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Street Fusion! Street Jazz & Hip-Hop Dance, with Karen Gayle 

An eclectic blend of street jazz, hip-hop, and funk, all mixed into one! Street Fusion consists of a warm-up and 3 dance routines varying in style and technique.

The warm up is broken down into 3 sections - Stretches, Isolations and Basic Footwork - and is designed to prepare your body to dance, get the blood flowing, and get you ready to groove! From there, you'll have 3 dance routines to choose from:

  1. In The Mix: A funky blend of jazz and hip-hop, all in one fun routine;
  2. Smooth It Out: A smooth groove with challenging accents and dynamics;
  3. Hittin It: A choreography full of challenging sequences that require you to hit it.

So grab your sneakers and let's hit the dance floor...for Karen Gayle's Street Fusion!

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Urban Jam! Hip-Hop Dance, With Laya Barak 

Laya Barak's Urban Jam - Hip Hop Dance program offers instruction in innovative hip hop styles for skill levels from beginner to professional. The program includes a warmup and isolations section, followed by beginning, intermediate, and advanced routines, and then an additional breakdown of the beginner routine (separate upper and lower body breakdowns are shown)...

The warm up and isolations provide you with a basic stretch, together with exercises that will improve the upper and lower body coordination that is so essential for hip hop dance.

The Beginner hip hop dance routine is broken down step-by-step with ample repetition. An additional "Arms" and "Lower Body" section breaks down separately - move-by- move - all the arm and footwork of the beginner routine.

The intermediate routine involves more detail in upper body accents. Musicality also becomes more important, as the routines get more complex. In the advanced section the movement is more challenging, as the tempo accelerates and the choreography becomes more intricate.

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