How To: Use musicality theory to improve your club dancing skills

Use musicality theory to improve your club dancing skills

While some clubs have separate rooms that maintain themselves as only hip hop and r&b, or only pop music and rock, often, no matter where you're dancing, the DJ will switch up a track out of the blue that's totally not in line with the Eminem song you were dancing to before.

At this point, most people fumble with their dance moves. Not sure of what to do you, they'll just sort of stand there or sway from side to side until the next song comes on. If this sounds like you but you want to have the ability to dance to any genre of music, check out this tutorial on musicality.

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