You can see this in the physicality as well if you watch the video I've just posted for instance.
This is something I've always found interesting. American style dance and choreography is global but the same moves look very different once transplanted to India or England or Korea.
There's an inhibition to Taze's movements that marks him out as English.
That inhibition quote is not just limited to Taze imo. I'd say Americans are generally better at letting go and giving it all in performances. Especially black Americans. UK hiphop & rnb sounds constipated most of the time in comparison
Music on Spotify or YouTube. I like the dances and shooting style a lot though, agitated and catatonic
luka's nemesis, the thread.
has luke tried to pretend he doesn't like dancing?
all we ever do when i'm over his house is dance. he dance's very much in the portly jamaican uncle at a barbecue vein, whereas i opt for the kurdish militiaman who's just liberated a village from isis style.