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The rhythmic gyrating of the lower fleshy extremities in a lascivious manner with the intent to elicit carnal arousal or laughter in ones intended audience;
Twerking (/ˈtwɜːrkɪŋ/) is a type of dancing in which an individual, usually a female, dances to music in a carnally provocative manner involving thrusting hip movements and a low squatting stance. Though the term seems to be of uncertain origin with common assumptions suggesting it represents a contraction of "footwork" or a portmanteau of the words "twist" and "jerk", the Oxford Dictionaries blog says "the most likely theory is that it is an alteration of work, because that word has a history of being used in similar ways, with dancers being encouraged to "work it". The "t" could be a result of blending with another word such as twist or twitch." There is evidence from ethnographic interviews in New Orleans that the term began as street language in New Orleans with the rise of the local hip hop music known as bounce. Since the late 1990s, twerking was associated[by whom?] with bounce music of Southern hip hop and was disseminated via mainstream hip hop videos and popular video-sharing sites since the mid-2000s. In 2013, twerk was added to the Oxford Dictionary Online. According to Oxford dictionary, the word has been around for 20 years. The word was a runner-up in the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2013
The dance move originates from West Africa (for instance the mapouka dance) and has been around for several generations. It was then adopted by African American culture in the 1990s. The dance originally was not done with scarnal intent until it hit the hip hop scene in America in the early 1990s, where it became sexualized as part of the hip hop industry performed by video models in rap videos. Twerking can carry both gendered and racialized connotations; given its origins and the dance itself it is often associated with Black women, as the Samba dance is with Latino women. In the United States, twerking was introduced into hip-hop culture by way of the New Orleans bounce music scene. In 1993, DJ Jubilee recorded the dance tune "Do The Jubilee All" in which he chanted, "Twerk baby, twerk baby, twerk, twerk, twerk." The video for the song increased the popularity of twerking. In 1995, New Orleans-based rapper Cheeky Blakk recorded the song "Twerk Something!" a call-and-response dance song dedicated to twerking. In 1997, DJ Jubilee recorded "Get Ready, Ready" in which he encouraged listeners to "Twerk it!".
Twerk It Like Miley
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"Twerk It Like Miley"
Single by Brandon Beal featuring Christopher
Released 5 May 2014
Label Universal Music / Then We Take The World
Brandon Beal singles chronology
"Single for the Night"
(2013) "Twerk It Like Miley"
(2014) "Twerk It Like Miley"
"Twerk It Like Miley" on YouTube
"Twerk It Like Miley" (officially on cover as #TwerkItLikeMiley) is a 2014 song by American singer Brandon Beal featuring Danish singer Christopher. The song produced by Danish DJ Hedegaard was released on 5 May 2014 on Universal Music Denmark and Then We Take the World, reaching number one on Tracklisten, the official Danish Singles Chart on its first week of release staying there for just one week. The music video directed by Morten Winther also became popular with many references to Miley Cyrus.
“Twerk It” (stylized as #Twerkit) is a song by Busta Rhymes, which features guest vocals by Nicki Minaj. The song serves as the lead single from Busta’s upcoming tenth album. It was written by Trevor Smith, Pharrell Williams, and Onika Maraj, and was produced by Pharrell Williams. The song was suppose to serve as a remix, but is now the official version. The version without Minaj was released on May 2, 2013, and the version with her on it was released on June 6.
Beautiful Girl (2003)
Despite discouragement from her mother (Fran Drescher), (Marissa Jaret Winokura) a woman enters a beauty pageant in hopes of winning a free honeymoon trip to Hawaii.
A person dancing, commonly associated with the salsa dancing woman used in Apple's emoji artwork.
Originally intended to be gender-neutral, but now considered to be a female dancer. A previous Android version (4.4) displayed a male dancer, which is a candidate for inclusion in Unicode 9.
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RIHANNA - Work
"Work" is a collaboration with rapper Drake and it is off the album "Anti". "Work" is produced by Boi-1da and PARTYNEXTDOOR. The single world premiered on January 27th, 2016. Dancehall-infused track.