Dlow is celebrating his recent signing to renowned New York-based label Atlantic Records.
Dlow made his way to the Big Apple to sign official paper work at Atlantic headquarters. Dlow posted images of his signing to his IG account.
Dlow issued an official statement, proudly stating he and his team “made it.”
“Man God Is Great It Is Offical I’m Finally Signed To Atlantic records My Dreams Finally Came True We Made It Y’all My Family Ain’t Gotta Hurt Nomo My Friends Ain’t Gotta Hurt Nomo My City Ain’t Gotta Hurt Nomo @dexmillion changed my life and I owe him the world man dse The Squad,
“@dexmillion we Did it
“N*gga We Made It,” the captions on his IG posts read.
Footage surfaced online of Dlow’s proud moment.
Dlow has become a social media star following the viral success of popular dance “Dlow Shuffle.” His tutorial vid has well over 3 million views on YouTube.
Dlow’s “Dlow Shuffle Takeover” music video has over a half a million views on YouTube.
Dlow and Lil Kemo made a special visit to Steve Harvey to showcase their new dance.
Dlow told Harvey he would have never guessed his dance would go viral.
“I was just sitting in the house one day and just decided to do something,” he said. “It’ a blessing to see everybody doing it…all the kids doing it, schools, churches, everybody…it’s just amazing.”
Dlow went on to explain the meaning behind his name and the keys to learning the dance.
“Dlow means determined, loyal, optimistic and willing to learn,” he said. “That’s the key to the dance. The other key is the moves.”
Dlow and Lil Kemo joined the crew at Fox 32’s Good Day Chicago to teach the dance.
The “Bop Kings” spoke with Fox’s Melody Mendez and Jake Hamilton about the growing popularity of the dance.
Dlow said “bopping” propelled him to choreography the “Dlow Shuffle.”
Kemo told viewers one can hit their own moves with the shuffle and to just let the beat and lyrics of a song guide them.
“Basically the dance is catchy only when you listen to the beat and lyrics, so you body move with beat and the lyrics of the words,” Kemo said.
Dlow called the instant popularity of his dance and song a “blessing from God.”
The Bop Kings went on to teach Mendez, Hamilton and viewers the dance.
Check out Dlow’s official “Dlow Shuffle” music video below.
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