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How to Do the Jim Screechy in Reggae Dancehall

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


Speaker1: So right now Damien is going to demonstrate how to do the Jim Screechie. So this is the Jim Screechie, and we are going to break down the dance moves, the dance steps on how to do the Jim Screechie.

So right now we are going to start with the legs, so it is all about just moving the legs from left to right. And turn the feet in and out, so you are turning the feet in and out.

And with the Jim Screechie, we do the Jim Screechie in levels, so you start up high and then you go down low with it. But you still move your feet in the same direction all the time. So he is Jim Screechie-ing, he is going to take it down low, Jim Screechie, move those feet, in and out, bring it up.

Now you are going to add the arms, walk up with it, Screechie, Jim Screechie.

Speaker2: The term Jim Screechie in Jamaica means to creep, just means to creep. You are going somewhere but not a lot of people are supposed to know that you are going over there so you Jim Screechie. It is kind of like a tiptoe, tiptoe, Screechie.

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