Litefeet, the musical genre, features 100-BPM tracks that are usually instrumental in nature or have very limited repetitive vocalizations. Litefeet, the dance style, features an acrobatic, upbeat mix of arm and leg movements, jumps and spins, and usually uses shoes, hats or other wearable objects as props. The style emerged from Harlem and bronx street dancers, and can be commonly found in the Subway by groups of performers busking around the train poles.
Despite threats of arrest, Litefeet dancers still take over subway trains daily with some pretty slick dance moves.
This video, uploaded by Blake Buesnel, shows a trio of dancers dropping some moves on the Q train.
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