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How to Do the Rubba Bounce in Reggae Dancehall

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


We're going to bring to you another dance time move which is called the Rubber Bounce. So Damon here is going to demonstrate how we do the Rubber Bounce. So with the Rubber Bounce, it's a lot of foot work. So first, we're going to start. Whatever foot that you want to start out with, and you step out with that foot on your tiptoe, and you hop up on the next leg. So Rubber Bounce, you step out, step out, hop, step, hop, step, hop. Then you're going to crouch down, bend your back a little bit, and accentuate the movement. Make the movement big, so you can see the actual dance.

This one, just like how the re-bounce was the last from Mr. Booger. The Rubber Bounce is the last dance from the great ice, RIP. You know what I mean, big-up Roses. Yeah. But this one is a creation from ice himself. It's called the Rubber Bounce. ...

But you step out, step out with the right, and hop. Right, and hop. Rubber Bounce. ...

You want to be real at them feet, then keep that bounce. Now remember, as I said earlier, always get to the groove of the music first. Once you have the groove of the music, then everything else falls right into place. . .

. . .You understand?

.....Move comes smooth.

Everything has to come smooth.

It's all about having a vibe, and connecting with the music.

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