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Posted:is it just me or is liquid pop dancing and breaking becoming more mainstream. i mean the girl in the mitsubishi commercail is doin it, nothing against it because i love it and i always will but what do you think
Posted:It's been mainstream for awhile my friend. All you need to do is flick the channel to a music station and watch any boy band do their thing. Though, it a bastardized version of popping, the elements are there. And i'm sure their instructors are actually good dancers.
Posted:Yep. Actually, breaking was quite popular back in the 80's and lost it's appeal in the early 90's. Look at all the movies about breakdancing that were made in the 80's (I reccommend beat street). It's now making quite the comeback.