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Kyle Hanagami's Choreography To Camila Cabello's "Crying In The Club" Will Have You Dancing In It Instead

Ain't no crying.

Kyle Hanagami's choreography is to music what frosting is to cake. His newest — set to Camila Cabello's "Crying in the Club" — mesmerizes you as the moves unfold. At first, you're entertained, but then you want to join in with the rest of the dancers.

"Crying in the Club" was the first of two singles released in May 2017 by ex-Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello since she announced going solo in December 2016. Cabello's album, The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving., is rumored to be released September 22, 2017.


"Crying in the Club" could easily become the new "moving on after a break-up" anthem to embracing the single life. It's upbeat, has a positive message and, what's more, is that it now has an irresistible dance routine thanks to Hanagami and his creative overflow. Hanagami has a knack for incorporating the core message of a song into his movements, which is what we love about his choreography because the way he does it is so spicy, sweet, sensual, and all around smooth.

Just like there's a hook in music to catch the ear of the listener, Hanagami's moves pique at the hook to draw your attention in further. The pique in his choreography of Cabello's "Crying in the Club" happens a couple of times — although the entire set will have you saying "yes, I can do this" and dancing along. The first dance hook is the undulating movements to the verse "Like the heat of a thousand fires / The heat of a thousand fires." There's always something sexy about the flickering flame of a candle, which this move mocks.

The second dance hook happens during the verse "Ain't no crying in the club (hey, hey) / With a little faith, your tears turn to ecstasy." In this move, Hanagami transforms the gesture of wiping tears, pantomiming a swirling of faith and shooting it out of the solar plexus into the universe of ecstasy. It's amazing how he comes up with these moves, but when you see it you instantly get it.

Watch the transformation in Kyle Hanagami's choreography video here:

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