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When Vine was shut down two years ago it left a massive hole in our hearts. Until we discovered TikTok , the new, not-really-new social media platform where users post short, second clips of anything from pranks to dance challenges to videos of their pets dressed in funny outfits. Formerly known as Musical. It is best known for its act-out and lip-synching memes backed by music and other sound clips, which are reproduced and remixed among its young users.

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The 25 Funniest Dancing Videos on Vine

On Thursday, Vine announced that they would be discontinuing their mobile app , prompting an outpouring of nostalgic posts on social media. Since its inception in , Vine offered a space for young, primarily black, teens to hone their comedic skills. But the six-second video app also served as one of the internet's most effective music marketing tools, launching more than a few rap careers and providing new life to songs from already established artists.

While the Vine team has promised that all preexisting content will remain on the site, the era of the Vine-made hit song is now over — Musical.

Young Thug's breakout hit, "Stoner" introduced the world to the Atlanta rapper's off-kilter delivery, and Vine users borrowed the relatable hook and I feel like Fabo catchphrase to produce some excellent content. Bobby Shmurda's debut song and video was notable for many reasons. It represented an entirely different direction for New York rap, one that is still being followed today. But the birth of the "Shmoney Dance" propelled the Brooklyn rapper's aggressive track to new heights.

Chief Keef was already an internet sensation by the time "Faneto" came around, but many had written the Chicago rapper off as a one-hit wonder. The Vine above showed the rest of the internet that many were still rocking with Sosa, and you probably should too if you ever want to have as much fun as the folks in the video. Before he was pissing off old people, Lil Yachty was a relatively unknown SoundCloud rapper with a catchy song about short-term relationships.

The Vine above sparked the career of the red-haired rapper. OT Genesis's video for "CoCo" was already lowkey ridiculous on its own, but Vine added another layer of absurdity to the catchy anthem. Obviously, this song didn't "blow up" because of Vine, but Ghost Town DJ's single, "My Boo," did soundtrack one of the year's best dance trends. The song even charted higher in than it did the year of its release.

OG Maco's breakout hit "U Guessed It" was an affirmation, and the Vines that pushed the single to success feel like they capture a moment in time.

Denzel Curry's ominous banger "Ultimate" became a perfect, if unlikely, Vine soundtrack, taking the tail-end of the 6-seconds to that very necessary next level.

Sage The Gemini's "Gas Pedal" was a function starter for sure. But the track ended up skyrocketing out of regional fame, and earning a platinum plaque, because of Vines like the one above. In a series of events that only the internet could have facilitated, iLoveMemphis created a viral dance trend based off of Rich Homie Quan's moves in his "Flex" video, which then become a Vine sensation.

It was so good he had to make a full-length version. Winter The Now Issue. Music Style Culture Video. Twitter facebook youtube instagram. By Ben Dandridge-Lemco. Young Thug, "Stoner".

Bobby Shmurda, "Hot Nigga". Chief Keef, "Faneto". Lil Yachty, "1Night". OT Genesis, "CoCo". Denzel Curry, "Ultimate". Sage The Gemini, "Gas Pedal".

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Jessi Smiles is one of the most popular Vine stars in the world. Ever since its launch almost two years ago, Vine stars are using six-second videos to make a name for themselves. We collected and ranked the most popular Vine stars in the world based on their number of followers. Most are comedians, while others are musicians or actors. These Vine users have risen from relative obscurity, and are now followed by millions of people.

Why Your Girl Loves TikTok, and What You Should Know about It!

On Thursday, Vine announced that they would be discontinuing their mobile app , prompting an outpouring of nostalgic posts on social media. Since its inception in , Vine offered a space for young, primarily black, teens to hone their comedic skills. But the six-second video app also served as one of the internet's most effective music marketing tools, launching more than a few rap careers and providing new life to songs from already established artists. While the Vine team has promised that all preexisting content will remain on the site, the era of the Vine-made hit song is now over — Musical. Young Thug's breakout hit, "Stoner" introduced the world to the Atlanta rapper's off-kilter delivery, and Vine users borrowed the relatable hook and I feel like Fabo catchphrase to produce some excellent content. Bobby Shmurda's debut song and video was notable for many reasons. It represented an entirely different direction for New York rap, one that is still being followed today. But the birth of the "Shmoney Dance" propelled the Brooklyn rapper's aggressive track to new heights.

Baby break dancing Vine

Since the early s, pre-teens and teens have buzzed through social media apps as quickly as trends go by. Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and Facebook have been the most frequently tapped into, but in , TikTok received more downloads than the latter three. The video-sharing app has stepped onto the social media scene and is making quite the impression — on impressionable people. Formerly called music.

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No eBook available Human Kinetics Amazon. Rhythmic Activities and Dance, Second Edition, is a collection of some of the most popular recreational dance forms, geared for teachers of K students and for recreation directors and leaders who want to teach easy rhythms and dances for fun and fitness. Significantly updated, expanded, and reorganized from the first edition, this second edition features the following:. The organization moves from easy rhythmic games and activities to specific dances, including line dances, folk dances, mixers, square dances, and social dances.

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A video of a girl dancing to music while crying and wearing a pink shirt on TikTok has gone viral. It's and the best memes start on TikTok. TikTok jettisoned Lil Nas X to superstardom earlier this year and it's probably the best place for absurdist and weirdly relatable short form video content. TikTok user ReeceHardy7 recently posted a video of themselves dancing in a pink shirt and crying — and people are relating to it People are relating to the contrast of her crying while doing one of those viral dance challenges and the video is reminding people of all the times they had to participate in something when their heart wasn't in it. Me on the dance floor with my friends at 2am when I really just want tacos and my bed.

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I know that when Instagram video kicked off a couple of weeks ago, folks were declaring Vine to be dead since it allowed folks to post up to 15 seconds of video. All it did was provide people the opportunity to post longer and more boring videos. The 6 seconds of Vine challenged folks to be more creative and self-edit. Check out these 10 hilarious videos. I picked these because each one made me guffaw and cackle.

Jul 25, - A video of a girl dancing to music while crying and wearing a pink shirt on TikTok has gone viral.

In the good old days of Vine , one of the most popular clips was that of what appears to be a kid holding up a machete. The looping effect of Vines made it impossible to stop watching it, but the origin of the clip was largely a mystery. Fast-forward to a post-Vine , a world where short videos of two small boys doing decidedly grown-up things like smoking cigars, pranking adults, and successfully wooing a number of women with their boisterous, high-pitched voices began to pick up in popularity on Twitter.

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