Sexy Dance Moves for Men at the Club

Learn some sexy dance moves for men in this Howcast club dancing video with expert Tweetie.

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Get ready to tear it up! In these Howcast videos, dancer/choreographer TweetBoogie shows you how to do the hottest dance moves -- how to dougie, how to jerk, how to pop, how to dance the robot, how to grind, how to shuffle, how to slow grind, how to do the Running Man, how to do Kid 'n Play, and much more. She'll even show you how to shake it like Shakira and how to dance like Justin Bieber and Chris Brown.

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"""What up ya'll, my name is Tweet Bogie i represent the South Brox, had my first hip-hop crew at fourteen, done some work with Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, Destiny's Child. Traveled all over the world cause I teach hip-hop culture and right now I'm ready to teach you some dances for the club. Let's get started. So what's up ya'll, once you find the guy that you want to dance with, your sexy man, your sexy back. I'm gonna show you move for the sexiness right here and how to dance in the club, so I need you the bend you kness, good, he's going to do it so you don't feel weird being that it would be coming from me. So, bend your knees, you might lean back a little bit, good. Now what he's gonna to demonstrate is a body roll for a male. This is as sexy as a male can get without looking weire, ok, so he's going to show a body roll from the chest, whooo, and it's going to go through the stomach and through the hips, try it again let's try this one more time. So, bend your knedes, goode, len back a little bit. Through the chest, good, he was a little fast with it, so let's try it one more slow. He's going to show it off, show you the stuff. He's going to do a body roll throught the chest, good, there you go, see he got a lot of stuff going on. If you don't have alot of stuff like this, it ain't that sexy. So, let's try this one more time, let me see doesit work on me? Does it work on me? Whoooo, I think it's working on me ya'll. so anyway, we're going to try this a little bit faster with music, so I don;t look here, standing here looking like Vanna Black, good, so we're going to do rally slow one more time. Seven, eight, and one, two, one, two, one, two, good, one, two, good, but now he's going to try and do it, but without holding onto his jacket. So that he doesn't look like he has to hold his balance with his jacket. GUY: "" You trying to say I don't got no balance?"" TWEET: ""I'm just saying I don;t want you to look like your falling over GUY: ""Oh, Ok Alright"" TWEET:""You good?"" GUY: ""Alright, I got you"" TWEET: ""So, you got this, let me start it up, wait for me, let me start it up. Five, six, five, six, seven, eight, ay, be sexy, ay be sexy. so now he's going to try and do it faster for you and one, two, one, two, one, two, one, two, one, two. Now he's going to style it up, so now I want you to have your own freestyle you ready?"" GUY: "" Yea, I'm ready."" TWEET:"" Are you ready, five, six, seven, eight, boom, ha, ha good, now he might wanna drop his jacket a little so his ars, uuuh, he done took off his jacket get, body roll, show em what you, eeek, sexy dance moves for me take 101 that's what we need.

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  • Tweet Boogie

    Always representing the South Bronx, Tweetie is devoted to the street styles of hip-hop. She has traveled all over the world, teaching dance in Japan, Poland, China, the Philippines, the Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, Australia, and South Africa, to name just a few places. Her passion has led her to work with top artists like Jay-Z, Fergie, Shakira and Kanye West. She has worked with Luther Brown as an assistant choreographer on "So You Think You Can Dance Canada" and has done commercials for iPod, Nike, and Stride gum. Tweetie was the host of MTV's "Dances From The Hood." Two of her biggest clients were Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King, to whom she showed some of the latest hip-hop moves as a guest choreographer.