My name is Jamal Cumberbatch. I'm Wilson Hong. And we are choreographers from the Eternity Dance academy. You can also check me and the other choreographers at eternitydanceacademy.com. So today were going to be teaching you Tutting are you ready? I am let's go. Let's go! Tutting A.K.A. King Tut. Tutting began with old school popping. It started with king tut of course. They named it after king tut because of the Egyptian hieroglyphics that looks like it. It's pretty much inspired from it. Tutting is pretty much using the dance style of Egypt dance movements. Arms, shapes, just putting everything together. So with your arms you want to be able to create different angles and shapes. Wrist dropping, being able to transfer movements together and sliding. It's kind of like a rubics cube and every color on a rubics cube is decided by the dancers choice of which style they want to incorporate with it. And they just mix it all up. That's what you get from tutting. I mean you can go hip-hop ballet, jazz, roboting of course. All different styles of hip-hop. Popping waving, and all that stuff. So if you're able to incorporate all those different dance movements and all those different technical attributes that comes with tutting, then you'll be able to tut like king tut.