“Boppin” is a popular dance in Chicago.
A heavy-set young man created a video boppin to Chief Keef’s Young Chop-produced banger “Hate Being Sober.”
The shirt-less young man was boppin to perfection in the video.
The “Bop” has undergone many transformations throughout several generations. Originally performed in the late 50s and early 60s, the “Bop” was a smooth, calm dance of striding, gliding, dipping and dabbing, according to steppersexpress.com.
In today’s generation amongst a younger, hip demographic, the “Bop” now is performed to Hip Hop music. It incorporates a “bounce” with slick footwork and various body movements.
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Check out fat boy boppin to “Hate Being Sober” below.
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