"What up y'all? My name is Tweet Boogie, I represent the south Bronx, 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. This segment would be getting a guy to dance from a girl's perspective. So ladies, say you want to get on the dance floor, but your guy doesn't necessarily want to dance yet. So how do you get him to come on the dance floor? First off, you hear your song, and you're looking at him, and he's looking at you, but you don't really know for sure if he really wants to dance. And you're like, ""Come on!"" So you take him by the hand, and you try to pull him in. But you have to back up. A nice way to do it is doing the two-step. So you've got to back up and pull him in. But say there's a big distance between you and he doesn't really want to move, you've got to come to him. Good. You've got to get a little close. Good. Maybe turn around. Good. Now you've got to back it up. Now you've got him really excited, and you've got him interested and wanting to dance with you on the dance floor. So now we're going to try this with music, so that you are sure to know that this will work. So let's try this again. DJ. So, this is my song, oh I want to dance, this is my song. So he sees that this is your song. Oh let's dance sweetie, come on.
No, I don't know, I don't know.
Oh come on, please?
I'm kind of tired, I had a long day.
You're tired? Better wake you up.
There you go. You do a little turn. There you go. Go. Now you've got to real him in. Now he wants to dance with you. Good. And you can turn around. Good. Since he's your sweetheart, aw. Thank you lovey for dancing with me, but now I'm going to drop it like it's hot. Anyway, that is a good way to get a guy on the dance floor.