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How to Do the Skater Step in Reggae Dancehall

Learn how to do the skater step in reggae dancehall from the founders of Str8FramYaad Dancehall Aerobics in this Howcast dance video.


Speaker 1: So the next move that we're going to show you is called a scatter step. Well Damien is going to demonstrate how to do the scatter step. So the scatter step is all about the leg movement. So you're going to twist, twist, and then extend the leg. So twist, twist, extend. Twist, extend. And twist, and the arms, you go back with it, the arms, and then you bring the arms forward.

So it's twist, extend the right, twist, extend. Twist, extend, twist, extend. This is a simple, simple dance hall move. Just have fun, you can add your own spice to it. Have fun with it, you can cross the legs over and move around with it.

Speaker 2: All right, scatter step. It's one more creation of, all right. Well the scatter step, basically, is due to the fact that we're making more than one out of that. Because you know dance hall mostly is either top on your toe or on your heel. But with the scatter step it kind of mix up everything. So cuz it, mixing everything, so, it's not just a one tap or a two tap, it's scattered. You're all over the place, you know what I mean. So you're on your toes, at one point, and this is the entire feet, scatter, scatter. Scatter step, scatter step.

Okay, so that was your dance hall move, scatter step.

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