1. Ebi Swag Street Dancers by Port Harcourt City Dancers #PDA

 Uploaded by Ebimene Ekubo.

This is a short street Dance Video shot in the Streets of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.

2. How to dance Azonto, Shoki

 Uploaded by MoveWithKB.

This video teaches you how to dance to 2 songs:-

  • - Azonto by Fuse ODG published on Aug 15, 2013
  • - Shoki by Lil Kesh published on April 21, 2014

The songs titled Azonto and Shoki has a very communicative dance, watch as KB (a dance tutor) teaches Tola how to step to those songs, learn and enjoy.

3. PSquare - Bank Alert

 Uploaded by Reis Fernando.

This is a dance Video done by fans for the Song Titled Bank Alert by PSquare. Dance led by Reis Fernando. The dance steps are so easy, even kids danced to it in the video.

4. Top 10 Best Traditional African Dances.

 Uploaded by 2nacheki.

African traditional Dances refers mainly to the dances performed by the cultural communities found in continent. Communities use these dances to teach, to socialize, for ceremonies and for celebrating festivals and mourning funerals while, Some dances are exclusively used for spiritual or religious practices. Here is a compilation of Top 10 Best African Traditional Dances and the countries they originate from. This video was published by an African by the name of 2nacheki.

5. Reis Fernando - Kidogo song by Diamond Platnumz Ft. Psquare

 Uploaded by Reis Fernando.

This is a dance video made by Reis Fernando and friends to a song title Kidogo by Diamond Platnumz ft. Psquare.

6. Tekno - Dance Choreography by Sherrie Silver with Class.

 Uploaded by Sherrie Silver.

This is a dance video made by Sherrie Silver and her friends to a song title Dance by a Popular Nigerian Musician called Tekno.

7. Makolongulu - AFROVIBES & FRIENDS

 Uploaded by African Music Tv.

The is a combination of dances by fans for the song titled Makolongulu. Watch and Learn.

8. Nigerians murder South African dance step Gwara Gwara (aii zenze).

 Uploaded by Elo Swag.

This group of dancers are so talented, watch how they dance to the popular Gwara Gwara, a popular South African song.

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