Jerkin' - - Recorded song on youtube, and was also...

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- Hyphy vs Jerkin’ What is Jerkin’? - The word jerk is interchangeable with the word fun - Ex: “That party was jerkin’” - Immortalized on youtube - Originated from Los Angeles - “A post-regional bounce named with a nod to the accompanying dances, with jerky wobbly-legged routines that look as if they’d require trampolines, but typically occur on asphalt.” –New York Times - Three characteristic move of jerkin’ are the stanky leg, dippin’, and the rejectArtists Artists/Music - New New Boyz - Two man group Earl Benjamin aka “Ben J” and Dominic Thomas aka Legacy - Song “You’re a Jerk” based on dance, first song dedicated to the jerkin’ movement
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Unformatted text preview: - Recorded song on youtube, and was also discovered on youtube- Asked fans on youtube to create videos to the song- Use popular networking sites such as Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube to gain popularity (Myspace Sample) Popular Songs to Jerk To.- Teach Me How To Jerk by The Push- Miss Me, Kiss Me by Cold Flamez- iRock Skinnies by Fresh Boyz- Im A Jerk Clothes- Dancers usually wear the latest outfits of skinny jeans and bright or accessorized shoes such as vans Steps- Stanky Leg- Dippin- Reject, Hardest- iTunes Internet Sites Myspace New Boyz Youtube Power Rangers Facebook Beef Jerky iTunes...
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